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Great Migrations is a seven part mini series that originally aired on National Geographic channel. It is full of fascinating facts and awe inspiring cinematography. The beautiful footage is narrated by Alec Baldwin. Each episode focuses on various aspects of migration, such as why animals migrate, how they migrate, and obstacles they encounter along the way. Various methods are used to film animals in their natural environment progressing in their migrations without harming or disrupting the natural process.

Several animals are followed and filmed throughout each episode. A few of the animal species that you will encounter in this mini series are sperm whales, monarch butterflies, red crabs of Christmas Island, Mali elephant, whale shark, great white shark, and golden jellyfish. The final episode is described by producers as a "visual concert" and is completely unnarrated and has limited commercial interruption.

Sundays on National Geographic Channel
1 Season, 6 Episodes - Currently Airing
Documentary & Biography, News, Travel, Animals
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  • Featuring the very best footage and spectacular orchestral score of National Geographic's Great Migrations event, this film brings together images from around the world-filmed over 3 years-resulting in a completely unique, narration-free, musical journey around the world. Great Migrations: Rhythm of Life is a breathtaking ride on the tailwinds of billions of creatures marching, swimming and flying across the planet on death-defying journeys.

  • In Science of Great Migrations viewers will see how the latest tagging technology helps scientists better understand the movements of creatures great and small; how texting could save a species from extinction; and how mathematical models might be able to predict a herd's survival.

  • Every migration is an epic journey, driven in large part by hunger. Every day, trillions of creatures are moving in search of greener pastures. From microscopic plankton to rare desert elephants; from predatory bald eagles to luminous jellyfish; from ravenous Great White Sharks to lightning quick peregrine falcons; our planet is on the move. Countless creatures on timeless journeys, moving in numbers, surviving as one.

  • Migrations are ticking clocks: every day, countless animals must move or die, driven by changing seasons and a changing climate.

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