The New Explorers

  • 1995
  • TV-G

A series profiling innovators.

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The New Explorers
These minute-long clips are examples of wild animls living as adorable, domesticated pets.
The New Explorers
These minute-long clips are examples of wild animls living as adorable, domesticated pets.
The New Explorers
From the Australian outback to the American west, this four-part series joins adventurer Olivier Aubert as he soars over the planet's most stunning la (more…)
The New Explorers
From the Australian outback to the American west, this four-part series joins adventurer Olivier Aubert as he soars over the planet's most stunning la (more…)

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World's Largest Housecat Season 3, Episode 2 Jan 1, 2016 Subscription

They live. They play. They eat just like ordinary housecats. The only difference is they're as big as cheetahs. Actually... they are cheetahs, one of Africa's largest wild cats.

Meet Dinky the Singing Dingo Season 3, Episode 1 Jan 1, 2016 Subscription

Move over Justin Beiber, there's another Internet star on the rise: Dinky the singing dingo. You'll howl when you hear his melodious crooning.

The Philippines: Living With Fire Season 2, Episode 3 Jan 1, 2016 Subscription

The Philippines breathtaking lakes and volcanoes mark Axel's final destination. In this episode, travel to a village of the Aetas-a people who have felt the devastation of volcanoes first hand, yet refuse to leave their ancestral lands.

Ecuador: A Journey Through the Sky Season 2, Episode 2 Jan 1, 2016 Subscription

Travel with Axel to Ecuador, where he examines the myths and facts behind the constant threat volcanoes pose to the city of Quito, as well as how the people of nearby villages have adapted to co-exist with those volcanoes.

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  • Premiered: February 1, 1995
  • Rating: TV-G
  • Premise: A series profiling innovators. (more)

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