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Great Migrations

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A seven-part series documenting epic animal migrations on all seven continents.

Premiered: November 14, 2010

Rating: TV-G

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Rhythm of Life Season 1, Episode 7 Nov 20, 2010 Paid

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC VIDEO WITH NO LYRICS. 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.

Behind the Scenes Season 1, Episode 6 Nov 14, 2010 Subscription

Go behind-the-scenes as National Geographic crews travel the planet to film the most amazing animal migrations.

Science of Great Migrations Season 1, Episode 5 Nov 14, 2010 $2.99

When animal behavior confounds scientists, technology now allows them to go places they've never gone before and see things in new levels of detail

Feast or Famine Season 1, Episode 4 Nov 14, 2010 $2.99

Every migration is an epic journey, driven in large part by hunger. From microscopic plankton to rare desert elephants; from predatory bald eagles to luminous jellyfish; our planet is on the move.