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Wild Hawaii

From its hot molten core to the mega sized waves battering its coast, Hawaii is an untamed and very wild bit of paradise that continues to transform itself and challenge expectations.

Kilauea mountain of fire

The world's most active volcano is on Hawaii's Big Island. Its latest eruption began in 1983 and it hasn't stopped since. Filmmaker Paul Atkins finds himself getting a shot few have ever filmed: the cataclysmic meeting o...

National Geographic best of 125 years.

National Geographic celebrates 125 years of amazing discoveries and memorable moments with this 2-disc collection of programming. Featuring some of the best National Geographic films from the 125 years DVD collection, th...

Nature. The private life of deer

From kitchen windows, they are spotted, nibbling away at gardens and shrubs. Once they retreat from view, where do the white-tailed deer go? Scientists outfit deer with night vision cameras and GPS tracking equipment tha...

Tsunami killer wave

Travel the Pacific Rim to track the underwater earthquakes that spawn tsunamis and watch as residents of this seismically volatile region brace for the next killer wave.

My bionic pet

Examines how animals suffering from serious disfigurements or disabilities are being fitted with prosthetic devices.

Kilauea Hawaii's birth volcano

"Volcanologists fly over lava crusts atop glowing copper-colored rivers of magma running to the sea, where divers go under boiling surf to show us astonishing footage of how this hot spot creates land. Along the way, we...