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National Geographic: Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park National Geographic: Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park

2007    NR    46 minutes    3.8/5

Spanning an awe-inspiring 6 million acres of wilderness, located just 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, Alaska's Denali National Park is home to Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America. Journey from the subarctic vistas of the frozen tundra to the seemingly endless taiga forest, and get up close and personal with the wolves, grizzlies, moose and other creatures that call this natural wonder home.


National Geographic: American Serengeti National Geographic: American Serengeti

2010    TV-PG    50 minutes    3.7/5

This beautifully filmed documentary takes viewers on a journey to the past -- and future -- of America's Great Plains as it traces a conservation project to re-create a region filled with bison, grizzly bears, wolves, prairie dogs and more. Tom Selleck narrates the story of the impressive effort to establish a one-million-acre wildlife reserve, and a CGI segment illustrates the projected results in stunning visual detail.


National Geographic: Moment of Death National Geographic: Moment of Death

2008    TV-PG    50 minutes    3.7/5

This National Geographic documentary explores the physical and psychological changes experienced by the human body in the moments before and after death. When does a person really die, and what happens at that precise second when life ends? While the subject both frightens and fascinates, understanding both the science of death and the ways in which our bodies hold it off are key to understanding the complete cycle of human life.


National Geographic: Dinosaurs Unearthed National Geographic: Dinosaurs Unearthed

2007    NR    46 minutes    3.7/5

National Geographic returns to the primeval world with two absorbing documentaries chronicling landmark dinosaur discoveries. In "Dino Autopsy," a 70-million-year-old dinosaur, the most intact mummified animal of its kind, is unearthed. "Dino Death Trap" explores a massive find in China's Gobi Desert -- a Jurassic-era graveyard full of the prehistoric creatures -- supporting the theory that catastrophic events caused their extinction.


National Geographic: Secret Yosemite National Geographic: Secret Yosemite

2007    NR    46 minutes    3.7/5

Yosemite is America's most frequently visited national park, but much of it remains untamed. Thanks to this National Geographic documentary, viewers can venture into Yosemite's spectacular wilderness to marvel at natural wonders tourists never see. The journey through nearly 700,000 acres features breathtaking waterfalls, giant sequoias, the towering El Capitan rock formation and the park's wild denizens, including black bears, bats and foxes.


National Geographic: Egypt Eternal: The Quest for Lost Tombs National Geographic: Egypt Eternal: The Quest for Lost Tombs

2002    NR    54 minutes    3.7/5

National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Zahi Hawass -- an Egyptology specialist -- and French archaeologist Alain Zivie take you on an excursion to Egypt for a fascinating exploration of the tombs from the New Kingsom period. The documentary reveals several stunning archaeological finds, including the tombs of the mighty Tutankhamen and Ramses and the sprawling valley of the Golden Mummies.


National Geographic: Science of Babies National Geographic: Science of Babies

2007    TV-PG    46 minutes    3.7/5

National Geographic takes an intimate, detailed look at the first 12 months of a baby's life in this installment of the "Explorer" documentary series, including research that indicates how human development can take many paths in the first year. From things as simple as breathing and eating to the more complex concepts of language and movement, this feature leaves no aspect of early childhood unexplored.

National Geographic: Solitary Confinement National Geographic: Solitary Confinement

2010    TV-PG    53 minutes    3.7/5

This controversial National Geographic program explores the potentially devastating psychological effects of isolation, paying particular attention to the thousands of Americans who spend, sometimes, years on end imprisoned in solitary confinement. While correctional officers claim the practice effectively controls unruly prisoners, others say being alone in a small space without any outside contact is tantamount to torture.


National Geographic: Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure National Geographic: Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure

2007    NR    39 minutes    3.6/5

Drawing upon evidence found in excavations from around the world, this stunning animated feature follows the adventures of a dolichorhynchops -- a sea creature also known as a "dolly" -- as she navigates the oceans of late Cretaceous North America. Blending captivating scientific information with state-of-the-art graphics, this unforgettable experience from National Geographic transports viewers to a long-lost prehistoric world.

National Geographic: Inside the Body Trade National Geographic: Inside the Body Trade

2007    TV-PG    45 minutes    3.6/5

Desperate to persevere, a growing number of people with failing organs are turning to the black market to find the key to their survival. Lisa Ling explores the ethics and economics of the global organ trade in this National Geographic documentary. Despite remarkable advances in medicine, thousands of Americans each year wait for an organ transplant that never comes, due to shortages. What can the country do to fill a growing demand?

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