Solar System 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] Our solar system is one of over 500 known solar systems in the entire Milky Way galaxy. The solar system came into being about 4.5 billion years ago, when a cloud of interstellar gas and dust collapsed, resulting in a solar nebula, a swirling disc of material that collided to form the solar […]

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Hear How Diana Confronted Camilla | Diana: In Her Own Words

I walk into the house and stick my hand out to come the first time I think you look at it over that we’re all upstairs and I just chatting when I suddenly noticed there’s no color move Charles upstairs so this disturbs me so I make my way to go downstairs Finn I know […]

A Steenbok's Fight For Life | Destination WILD

this sharp-sighted cheetah mother asks the Steinbach fawn from its cover she steers the phone into the path of her cubs the mother watches as her third cub joins in you against such determined predators the steam box seems doomed but instinct Spurs it on down but not out while their mother watches the three […]

A Baby Otter Learns to Swim | Destination WILD

the waterways of the Pantanal in Brazil are home to another top predator the giant river otter unlike the caiman in Jaguar giant otters are highly social they live in large family groups and the older brothers and sisters help bring up the babies adult otters are superb swimmers but babies have to learn this […]

A Battle of Kings | Destination WILD

NARRATOR: At aroundfive years of age, young male macaques are drivenfrom their matrilineal family. Thereafter, theywill literally live on the periphery of the group. As low-status males, theyare kept at a distance, unable to mate untilthey can usurp the place of an established male. When the time is right,they'll make their move. The group can […]

There’s an Awakening! | Destination WILD

[striking a match] [whoosh] NARRATOR: It's late Marchin the Cairngorm Mountains and the hills are on fire. The old heather isbeing put to the torch to stimulate new growthfor the grow season. Traditionally, this infernomarks the end of winter and the start of springin this wilderness. But spring is themost unpredictable of all seasons in […]

Bear Cubs Stranded in Rising Tides | Destination WILD

[music playing] NARRATOR: Stuffed with clamsor milk, it's siesta time. [snuffling] Yet while they sleep, whenthey wake up, they're stranded. [bird cries] The cubs are helpless. They need mom to find a placethey can cross back to shore. She tests the depth. The little cubs aren'tstrong enough to swim far. Brown bear cubs has been […]

Destination Spain | National Geographic

if you've got an appetite for a vacation filled with gorgeous peaches sangria Under the Sun and a vibrant urban scene then there's one choice that'll fit the bill Spain hi I'm Patti kill more than 50 million people visit Spain every year to gulp down the sunshine using the art of bold architecture and […]

The Tarantula Mating Game | Destination WILD

the king of the desert spiders is the fearsome tarantula they can be as big as an adult hand and regenerate a leg if needed despite the fear they inspire their bite is only mild to humans their body hair is barbed though and can be used in defense against predators they live in burrows […]