Migrations are ticking clocks: animals must move or die, driven by changing seasons and climates. They race to reach their destinations before it's too late to breed, feed or simply stay alive.
Every migration is an epic journey, driven largely by hunger. Every day, trillions of creatures, from microscopic plankton to rare desert elephants face arduous journeys in search of greener pastures.
Witness awe-inspiring stories of species' need to reproduce such as stunning footage of flying foxes soaring across the skies with their young wrapped in their wings and the remarkable breeding behaviours of elephant seals in the Falkland Islands. For the first time in nearly 30 years, see the white-eared kob performing a deadly mating ritual in Sudan.
Every day, millions of creatures are born into a life on the march, on the wing, on the run. From the tiniest butterflies to the largest wildebeest, these migrants lives hinge on the ability to get up and go.
Gripping stories of birth, death, struggle and renewal are told in this collection of stunning footage from the Great Migrations series, set to an original score in a moving visual concert.
Investigate the mysteries behind some of Earth's most impressive and puzzling migrations using the latest technologies and field research.
National Geographic crews took dramatic measures over years in the field in pursuit of painstaking shots, including facing sandstorms, swimming with sharks, entering war zones and dangling off cliffs.
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