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Billions of birds migrate annually across the Western Hemisphere… but if we don’t know where they go when they leave their breeding grounds, how can we protect them?
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After a night time dive off the coast of French Polynesia, marine biologist Kori Garza looks to cá mập scientist Nicolas Buray for evidence of a massive cá mập named Kamakai.
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Oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer Paola Rodriguez works to restore coral reefs in her native Mexico.
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Hundreds of millions of people in the Himalayan region rely on glaciers for their water supply. Global climate change is forcing many to leave their homes in tìm kiếm of new beginnings.
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A place all but free of human settlement, humanity is scrambling one of the ocean’s richest wildernesses. Fossil-fuel burning thousands of miles away is heating up the western peninsula faster than almost anywhere else.
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At a traditional pharmacy located in Chengdu, China, doses of an herbal remedy are prepared to help patients cope with the heat and humidity of summer. At home, patients will brew the doses into a trà to drink.
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The temples of Angkor are architectural masterpieces laden with artistic treasures, like the bas-relief galleries that tell enduring tales of Cambodian history and legend.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson compares the development of the human brain to the development of cities and microbial mats.
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Barnacle geese chicks take a leap of faith as they step off a ledge and freefall hundreds of feet… Discover some of the behind the scenes techniques used to film this incredible scene.
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