National Geographic 125th Anniversary Nature Collection

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  • 1993
  • 1 Season

What an amazing collection! This collection covers Cosmic collisions to cameraman that dared, to hyenas. One hundred and twenty five years to be exact. National Geographic has a reputation for gorgeous photos and amazing film making and this series will go back and show you why they have that reputation.

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Realm of the Alligator
9. Realm of the Alligator
February 9, 1997
Enter the mysterious, unchartable wilderness of Okefenokee, 700 square miles of swampland on the Georgia-Florida border. Eerie, forbidding, and darkly beautiful - Okefenokee is ruled by a descendant of the dinosaur, the fearsome alligator. Day and night the alligator glides silently through its steamy realm, stony eyes just above the waterline, mouth held in a seemingly perpetual smile. Join scientists as they study the behavior of these huge and powerful reptiles in Realm of the Alligator.
Forest of the Deep
8. Forest of the Deep
February 9, 2000
Every day hundreds of creatures live and play in the pristine waters of California's spectacular Channel Islands. But El Nino's warm temperatures and raging storms - the worst in more than 15 years-cast a wave of destruction over this remarkable life-giving kelp forest and its inhabitants. See powerful currents uproot underwater kelp plants up to 100 feet in length. Witness elephant seals and their defenseless pups as they are taken out to sea by the relentless waters. Then find signs of renewal and life as the kelp forest recovers from the violence. Be there to discover the dramatic untold story of El Nino's devastating effects on the marine plants and animals of southern California's magnificent coastal islands.
Tigers of the Snow
7. Tigers of the Snow
February 15, 2000
Tigers of the Snow presents the beautiful one-hour program on these endangered animals from award-winning wildlife filmmaker Mark Stouffer.
Elephant
6. Elephant
July 11, 1997
Of all the creatures that walk the planet, the elephant is the biggest, strongest, and among the most intelligent. From Sri Lanka to Kenya, ELEPHANT is a charming, sometimes alarming, in-depth look at this magnificent animal and its precarious future. In Asia, watch man and beast work side-by-side in a land where the elephant is an object of worship and affection. In the open spaces of Africa, marvel at the behavior of wild elephants as they communicate over great distances. And finally, witness the birth of a baby elephant as it struggles to its feet for the very first time.
The Grizzlies
5. The Grizzlies
January 1, 1998
Monster of the imagination and monarch of the wild, the great grizzly bear has long played a part in myth and legend. Despite man's combined fear of and fascination with the grizzly, the bear survives today only by consent of his one real contender - man. Travel from Alaska's Brooks Range to Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park for a fascinating portrait of this powerful intelligent and extremely aggressive creature in The Grizzlies.
Rain Forest
4. Rain Forest
July 11, 1997
The tropical rain forests of the world are home to nearly half the animal species on earth - an estimated five million different life forms. More than 100 inches of rainfall each year sustain this lush environment, where some of the most fascinating examples of natural adaptation can be found. Journey to the dense rain forests of Costa Rica and watch as leaf-cutting ants carry sections of leaves many times their weight to underground fungus gardens, a basilisk lizard walks on water, and howler monkeys bask in the sun. Fascinating and thought-provoking, this film is an eloquent warning of the natural wonders we stand to lose on a world scale if human encroachment of the world's rain forests continues.
America's Lost Mustangs
3. America's Lost Mustangs
October 3, 2001
Discover the last descendants of America's first mustangs, isolated for centuries in the rural Southwest. Hit the trail with famed "horse whisperer" Pat Parelli, scientists and wranglers as they round up these living pieces of history with the hope of breeding them back from the brink of extinction. Narrated by William Shatner.
Okavango
2. Okavango
June 8, 1996
In all of Africa, there is no other place like Okavango Delta - a watery refuge in the heart of one of the world's greatest deserts. In the midst of the dry season, floodwaters from Angola can double the delta size to some 5,000 square miles, spreading like a giant hand across Botswana.
Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas
1. Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas
November 17, 1993
Trek into the hidden battlefields of northern Botswana where lions and spotted hyenas clash in overlapping territories. With never-before-seen footage, much of it filmed at night, you'll uncover an intense and vicious blood feud that has been waged for millennia. Follow the Southern Clan, led by a powerful hyena matriarch whose firstborn female cub kills her sister at birth to assure her succession as leader of the clan. Lurk in the shadows as a lioness from the Central Pride gives birth to three cubs and then encounters a deadly Egyptian cobra. You'll be stunned by breathtaking chase scenes as the hyena matriarch is brutally killed by a male lion, throwing the clan into chaos. Discover nature's savage conflicts in this ancient rivalry between Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas.
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What an amazing collection! This collection covers Cosmic collisions to cameraman that dared, to hyenas. One hundred and twenty five years to be exact. National Geographic has a reputation for gorgeous photos and amazing film making and this series will go back and show you why they have that reputation.

National Geographic 125th Anniversary Nature Collection is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (9 episodes). The series first aired on November 17, 1993.

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  • Premiere Date
    November 17, 1993