Marvi and his friends take the whole family on a journey of educational fun, giving both older and younger an opportunity to learn more about our Earth and its inhabitants - all shown through wonderful nature footage and photography.
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See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever. How do dragonflies capture their prey? How do they mate in the air? How do the predatory larvae develop? How does the fully grown insect emerge?
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Scientists estimate there are between 3 and 30 million animal species on Earth, and most of them we don’t even know about. But that doesn’t stop our hosts from traveling the globe to find some of the most peculiar, even brilliant animals out there.
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This two-part series documents the decoding of the entire human genome in 2000. Demonstrates how decoding the genome has led us to begin to understand the very process by which our DNA makes us different.
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The last thing a beekeeper worries about is getting stung. He’s far too busy thinking about colony structures, breeding queens and ‘pollinizing’. Follow an internationally-renowned beekeeper as he shares his unparalleled knowledge about the secret lives of bees.
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The Platypus has baffled scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago. We discover how platypus breed and raise their babies. The Platypus is one of only two living mammals to lay eggs. The other is its monotreme cousin, the Echidna, an equally peculiar animal.
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Science has a key role to play in man’s future. This programme looks at the origin of modern man and the future he faces in the light of recent chemical and biological discoveries.
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Allan Wilson, a groundbreaking researcher and a lightning rod for controversy, revolutionised science with his quantitative biochemical approach to evolution. This program correlates milestones of his unique career from molecular phylogenies to organismal evolution.
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The Lembeh strait is a unique hotspot of marine biodiversity. A wildlife filmmaker couple spent months capturing animal behaviour never filmed before. Thumb-splitting Mantis shrimp or deadly mini-octopuses are just some of the creatures usually overlooked in films.
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When a female barn-owl’s home is demolished, she has to seek a new place to live. During her journey, the film shows how owls fly silently and hunt efficiently but also what they have meant to humans since ancient times, and how they live beside us today.
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