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Your Inner Fish
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Your Inner Fish reveals a startling truth: Hidden within the human body is a story of life on Earth. This scientific adventure story takes viewers from Ethiopia to the Arctic Circle on a hunt for the many ways that our animal ancestors shaped our anatomical destiny. Come face-to-face with your…
Your Inner Fish
Episode 1 of Your Inner Fish
Have you ever wondered why the human body looks the way it does? Why we walk on two legs instead of four? Why we can see in color but have a lousy sense of smell? Your Inner Fish delves deep into the past to answer questions like these. The three-part…
Your Inner Reptile
Episode 2 of Your Inner Fish
Have you ever wondered why the human body looks the way it does? Why we walk on two legs instead of four? Why we can see in color but have a lousy sense of smell? Your Inner Fish delves deep into the past to answer questions like these. The three-part…
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Life on Earth -The Secrets of Evolution revisits sequences from his very earliest broadcasts to his most recent, illustrating how each breakthrough in biodiversity, genetics and evolutionary biology, his first passion, have transformed the way we understand the framework of the living world - DNA was discovered the year after…
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Presented by anatomist Joy Reidenberg and veterinarian Mark Evans, SEX IN THE WILD is a four part series that explores the reproductive behaviors of the animal kingdom. Focusing on four species - elephant, dolphin, kangaroo and orangutan - the series takes an in-depth look at how these animals find, fight…
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Part of the Series: Sex in the Wild
Joy and Mark travel to Africa to explore the unique reproduction challenges of the largest animal on land -- the elephant. Find out how females select the strongest mates, why elephants have the longest pregnancy in the animal kingdom and how they safely deliver a 220-pound baby; witness the remarkable…
Orangutans
Part of the Series: Sex in the Wild
Joy and Mark travel to Borneo to explore the reproduction challenges of our close cousin -- the orangutan. The largest tree dwellers on the planet, orangutans mate, give birth and raise their young high in the jungle canopy. At an orangutan sanctuary in the rainforest, Mark and Joy come face-to-face…
Kangaroos
Part of the Series: Sex in the Wild
In Australia, Joy and Mark uncover the reproductive secrets of some of the strangest mammals on Earth -- the pouch-wearing marsupials. Thanks to their bizarre way of reproducing, kangaroos thrive in one of the most unpredictable, drought-prone environments on Earth -- the Australian Outback. In Queensland's eucalyptus forests, he sees…
Dolphins
Part of the Series: Sex in the Wild
Joy and Mark investigate the reproductive secrets of marine mammals to learn how animals that breathe air manage to mate, give birth and raise their young underwater. Joy travels to New Zealand to uncover the mating strategy of dusky dolphins. While she reveals the adaptations marine mammals have evolved to…