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  • Episode 1: Ep 1

  • Villagers in India have a jumbo-sized problem: shrinking habitats are forcing wild elephants onto their land, destroying crops and homes, sometimes resulting in death for elephants and villagers alike.

  • Episode 2: Ep 2

  • A team of scientists are in for a wild river expedition to Makira, a remote and virtually undisturbed region of Madagascar.

  • Episode 3: Ep 3

  • In a remote region of the Brazilian Amazon, a new park about four times the size of Yellowstone has been created to protect the rainforest.

  • Episode 4: Ep 4

  • In 1996, a storm trapped and killed eight climbers on Mount Everest. It was one of the worst disasters in modern climbing history and was documented in the bestselling book Into Thin Air.

  • Episode 5: Ep 5

  • Plunge into the icy waters of Antarctica in search of never-before-seen sea creatures. Strange and beautiful, these cold water animals carve out an existence beneath the ice.

  • Episode 6: Ep 6

  • One of science's greatest riddles is finally solved when Harvard dentist and National Geographic grantee Dr. Martin Nweeia discovers the function of the narwhal whale's unicorn-like tusk.

  • Episode 7: Ep 7

  • Go on one-of-a-kind kayak expedition to the Altiplano, the high plains of South America. One of the driest places on earth, a string of brightly coloured salt lakes adorn this barren landscape in a kaleidoscope of colour.

  • Episode 8: Ep 8

  • For five years, Operation Migration has been using ultralight airplanes to teach whooping cranes how and where to migrate.

  • Episode 9: Ep 9

  • National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Mike Fay, spends months crisscrossing Africa in a Cessna on an unprecedented mission to measure human impact on the continent.

  • Episode 10: Ep 10

  • Conservationists in Nepal are trying to re-establish endangered rhinos in areas where poachers wiped them out.

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Villagers in India have a jumbo-sized problem: shrinking habitats are forcing wild elephants onto their land, destroying crops and homes, sometimes resulting in death for elephants and villagers alike.

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