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National Geographic: The Nature Collection [6 Discs] [DVD]
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National Geographic: Dinosaur Hunters
This National Geographic documentary follows several scientists from the American Museum of Natural History as they search the Gobi Desert in Mongolia for the oviraptor, a bird-like dinosaur. Capturing not only the dig and the surrounding desert landscape, National Geographic: Dinosaur Hunters also includes several computer-generated scenes that recreate the oviraptor in the flesh. ~ Ed Atkinson, Rovi

National Geographic: Volcano - Nature's Inferno
The National Geographic Society -- one of the most respected organizations involved with the research, exploration, study, and documentation of geography, geology, and earth sciences -- has produced another video on the power and magnificence of volcanoes. This 60-minute presentation takes a tour of some of the earth's better-known volcanoes, including Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines and Japan's Mount Unzen. The video includes the history of volcanoes, how they were formed, why some are active or inactive, what triggers lava flows down in the earth's core, and interviews the scientists and volcanologists in their exploration to understand and forecast eruptions that could save human lives and property. And, of course, this documentary is powerful and stark with the photographic footage of the volcanoes and a rich, accompanying soundtrack. ~ Forrest Spencer, Rovi

National Geographic: SuperCroc
Paleontologist Dr. Paul Sereno and reptile expert Dr. Brady Barr made perhaps the most exciting discovery of their careers when they discovered fossilized bones in the Sahara Desert which confirmed the existence of a massive prehistoric crocodile -- 40 feet long, weighing ten tons, and as big as a school bus. National Geographic Video: SuperCroc is a documentary which looks at Sereno and Barr's remarkable discovery, and examines (through computer animated re-creations) how the creature lived and how it became extinct. Actor Sam Neill narrates. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

National Geographic: Surviving Everest
This three-part "Collector's Edition" details the struggle and beauty of climbing the world's tallest mountain. The first part, "Surviving Everest," is an interview video-montage of several of the adventurers who have successfully reached the peak of Everest. The second part, "Return to Everest" is a retrospective of Sir Edmund Hillary (the first man to reach the summit) and his relationship with the mountain and the Sherpa people who live in the foothills. The third and final segment is an interview with Sir Edmund Hillary, with questions on his historic climb and his feelings on his success. ~ Ed Atkinson, Rovi

National Geographic: Asteroids - Deadly Impact
This National Geographic documentary examines the asteroid impact theories of Eugene and Carol Shoemaker. This couple discovered the Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet, and they also put forth a theory that a one-mile-wide asteroid, if it hit earth, would destroy all life on the planet. National Geographic: Asteroid - Deadly Impact shows how the Shoemakers came to their conclusion by examining existing craters. Several noted experts in the field offer their opinions on the likelihood of a fatal asteroid hitting Earth. Robbie Robertson narrates. ~ Ed Atkinson, Rovi

National Geographic: Tigers of the Snow
Join the National Geographic cameras in their on-hand account of a team of Russian and American scientists racing to protect the endangered Siberian Tiger. The biggest cat on earth, there are only 300 Siberian tigers surviving in the wild today. Tigers of the Snow depicts some truly exciting and highly dangerous tiger conservation efforts: wildlife biologists risking their lives to rush into a tiger den to tag a two-month-old cub before its mother returns and even giving mouth to mouth resuscitation to an ailing sedated Tiger. This video adventure is fast moving and full of exciting, bold efforts to help save the remaining Tigers of the Snow in Siberia. ~ Laura Mahnken, Rovi

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