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Acacia Tree Ants
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
Acacia ants have a symbiotic relationship with the bullhorn acacia tree and offer the tree protection in return for food.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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Apes: Displaying Chimps / Displaying Chimpanzees
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 1 min
Male chimpanzees use exuberant displays to woo potential mates.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 1 min
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Baby Chimp
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 1 min
Baby chimpanzees use play to explore their environment.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 1 min
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Chimps & Tools
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
Chimps & Tools. The ability to make and use tools is supposed to be what separates humans from the so-called lower animals. However, chimpanzees make and use tools to get food. It takes ten years for a baby chimp to master this skill.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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Food for Thought
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produced by Rowland Holmes, fl. 2015, National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
There will soon be seven billion humans on Earth, how does that number compare to other species on the planet?
produced by Rowland Holmes, fl. 2015, National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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The Green Guide, Laundry Room
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presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Clean clothes are a must, but so is a clean environment. Find out how to get both, by following these tips in the laundry room.
presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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Lightning
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Discusses what lightning is, what causes it and what to do in event of an electrical storm. Lighting occurs all over the world and kills nearly 100 people per year in the United States.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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Trials of a Tadpole
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
Tadpoles dive from their eggs into a dangerous jungle pool. To survive for long, they'll have to make their way past a gauntlet of predators. South American rainforest, frog lays hundreds of eggs. Various views of frogs as they lay eggs on leaves and trees. Microcamera view of eggs as they become tadpoles. Water b...
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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Volcanoes 101
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
These rifts in the earth, volcanoes, spewing lava, gases and ash, are forces of nature that are both a blessing and curse for human civilization.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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Acquaculture
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Located off the coast of Panama, the world's largest open-ocean fish farm raises hundreds of thousands of cobia fish in colossal underwater pods. Brian O'Hanlon, whose company runs the farms, hopes to bring this sustainable aquaculture approach to more coasts, and cobia to more plates.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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