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Gelada 'baboons' in Ethiopia
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Gelada 'baboons' in Ethiopia

Brian Cox travels to the Ethiopian Highlands to study geladas, which share a common ancestor with humans and exhibit one of the more complex social structures of the primates.

Brian Cox travels to the Ethiopian Highlands to study geladas, which share a common ancestor with humans and exhibit one of the more complex social structures of the primates.

Comparing mammal cells under a microscope
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Comparing mammal cells under a microscope

Brian Cox compares his own cells to those of a camel and observes the differences under a microscope, and discusses how singles cell organisms became more complex.

Brian Cox compares his own cells to those of a camel and observes the differences under a microscope, and discusses how singles cell organisms became more complex.

Out-of-body trick on the brain
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Out-of-body trick on the brain

Clip from Finding My Mind
In an experiment, the Marcus du Sautoy's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an outofbody experience.

In an experiment, the Marcus du Sautoy's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an outofbody experience.

Actions predicted pre-consciousness
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Actions predicted pre-consciousness

Clip from Finding My Mind
Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

The double helix as the structure of DNA
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The double helix as the structure of DNA

Marcus du Sautoy meets Francis Crick's biographer to discuss the significance of the double helix diagram his wife, artist Odile Crick, designed.

Marcus du Sautoy meets Francis Crick's biographer to discuss the significance of the double helix diagram his wife, artist Odile Crick, designed.

The role of smell in biological pairing
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The role of smell in biological pairing

An experiment shows that opposites really do attract when it comes to smell. The reason could be our immune systems.

An experiment shows that opposites really do attract when it comes to smell. The reason could be our immune systems.

Digestive System Basics: a short illustrated guide
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Digestive System Basics: a short illustrated guide

A simple illustrated introduction to the digestive system and the various organs involved. This clips includes explanations for

A simple illustrated introduction to the digestive system and the various organs involved. This clips includes explanations for

Gelada 'baboons' in Ethiopia
3:19

Gelada 'baboons' in Ethiopia

Brian Cox travels to the Ethiopian Highlands to study geladas, which share a common ancestor with humans and exhibit one of the more complex social structures of the primates.

Brian Cox travels to the Ethiopian Highlands to study geladas, which share a common ancestor with humans and exhibit one of the more complex social structures of the primates.

Why teens are biologically geared to sleep in
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Why teens are biologically geared to sleep in

Teenagers love to sleep in and it's nothing to do with being lazy. Biology dictates that their body clocks work differently than those of children and adults.

Teenagers love to sleep in and it's nothing to do with being lazy. Biology dictates that their body clocks work differently than those of children and adults.

How bones protect us
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How bones protect us

The Ultimate Guide explains how bones protect the body's organs.

The Ultimate Guide explains how bones protect the body's organs.

Experiment shows how the brain hardwires our vision
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Experiment shows how the brain hardwires our vision

This fascinating experiment shows how the human brain is hardwired to give us spacial awareness based on what we see. But when t

This fascinating experiment shows how the human brain is hardwired to give us spacial awareness based on what we see. But when t

Mendel, Darwin and evolution
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Mendel, Darwin and evolution

This BBC clip for senior high school students offers a deeper look at natural selection, including the work of Mendel and Darwin.

This BBC clip for senior high school students offers a deeper look at natural selection, including the work of Mendel and Darwin.

Good Fats
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Good Fats

What do fish, eggs, avocado and nuts have in common? They all contain good fats. Dr Veronica Chachay explains why our bodies need good fats, its role in the healthy ...

What do fish, eggs, avocado and nuts have in common? They all contain good fats. Dr Veronica Chachay explains why our bodies need good fats, its role in the healthy functioning of our cells, systems and organs, and how to pick the good fats from the bad.

How the leopard got its spots
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How the leopard got its spots

Brian Cox demonstrates a chemical reaction between two substances producing a pattern, and applies the principle to the markings on the coats of leopards and tigers.

Brian Cox demonstrates a chemical reaction between two substances producing a pattern, and applies the principle to the markings on the coats of leopards and tigers.

Brain activity and subliminal priming
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Brain activity and subliminal priming

Patrick Haggard demonstrates how our brains make decisions before we become conscious of them through subliminal priming experiments.

Patrick Haggard demonstrates how our brains make decisions before we become conscious of them through subliminal priming experiments.

Circulation and blood flow
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Circulation and blood flow

Michael Mosley reveals how scientists understand how blood flows through the body, from Roman theories to 17th century physician William Harvey's circulatory system, and ...

Michael Mosley reveals how scientists understand how blood flows through the body, from Roman theories to 17th century physician William Harvey's circulatory system, and modern fluid dynamics.

Engineered bacteria make diesel fuel from sugar
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Engineered bacteria make diesel fuel from sugar

Clip from Cell
Revolutionary approaches to cell biology have resulted in simple bacteria being able to produce pure diesel fuel from sugar.

Revolutionary approaches to cell biology have resulted in simple bacteria being able to produce pure diesel fuel from sugar.

Manufacturing out-of-body experiences
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Manufacturing out-of-body experiences

Clip from Finding My Mind
In an experiment, the host's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an out-of-body experience.

In an experiment, the host's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an out-of-body experience.

Predicting intentions and mind-body dualism
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Predicting intentions and mind-body dualism

Clip from Finding My Mind
Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

Teenage brains
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Teenage brains

Clip from Understanding
The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.

The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.

Metabolism and how blood carries nutrients
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Metabolism and how blood carries nutrients

Using reallife examples and experiments, Michael Mosley illustrates how blood is responsible for carrying nutrients around the body.

Using reallife examples and experiments, Michael Mosley illustrates how blood is responsible for carrying nutrients around the body.

How blood transports oxygen
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How blood transports oxygen

Michael Mosley explains how the red blood cells carry oxygen around the circulatory system to power our muscles.

Michael Mosley explains how the red blood cells carry oxygen around the circulatory system to power our muscles.

Kale
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Kale

Dr Lee Hickey demonstrates the morphology of wild mustard (brassica oleracea) and how plant breeders developed common cruciferous vegetables by picking out specific ...

Dr Lee Hickey demonstrates the morphology of wild mustard (brassica oleracea) and how plant breeders developed common cruciferous vegetables by picking out specific characteristics.

Dolphins: Spy In The Pod
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Dolphins: Spy In The Pod

Ten  |  November 22, 2014
Hidden cameras are used to go into the heart of the world of dolphins. A newborn bottlenose dolphin learns from his mother as they follow a gathering of stingrays and ...

Hidden cameras are used to go into the heart of the world of dolphins. A newborn bottlenose dolphin learns from his mother as they follow a gathering of stingrays and discovers the world around him.

Born In The Wild
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Born In The Wild: Elephant

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  September 13, 2014
Born in the Wild is a new four-part documentary series which explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. Presented by anatomist Professor Joy ...

Born in the Wild is a new four-part documentary series which explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. Presented by anatomist Professor Joy Reidenberg and vet Mark Evans, each program focuses on four different species - elephant, dolphin, kangaroo and orangutan - and takes an in-depth look at how these animals find, fight for and woo the opposite sex. They also explore how they mate, give birth and raise their young in extreme environments.

The Great Human Odyssey
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The Great Human Odyssey: Rise Of A Species

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  Discovery Channel  |  July 11, 2015
Discover how our species faced near extinction in Africa, and then found a place to rebuild. Explore the birth of language and art at archeological excavations scientists are ...

Discover how our species faced near extinction in Africa, and then found a place to rebuild. Explore the birth of language and art at archeological excavations scientists are now calling the cradle of the human mind.

How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth
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How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth

SBS  |  May 31, 2015
Serious and reputable scientists now believe that it is technically possibly to clone or "de-extinct" a whole range of animals, including the woolly mammoth - Jurassic Park ...

Serious and reputable scientists now believe that it is technically possibly to clone or "de-extinct" a whole range of animals, including the woolly mammoth - Jurassic Park style - within the next five to seven years. This involves major advances in the study of and the manipulation of ancient DNA, and in cloning.

David Attenborough's Micro Monsters
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David Attenborough's Micro Monsters: Courtship

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  June 13, 2014
Life is all about making the next generation. Bugs must choose the best mate, and they have many ways to seduce a prospective partner.

Life is all about making the next generation. Bugs must choose the best mate, and they have many ways to seduce a prospective partner.

Life Story
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Life Story: Courtship

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  Nine  |  September 29, 2015
Immortality beckons - the animals must find a mate. There is dancing, colour, flamboyance and intimacy. But getting a mate requires courage and commitment in the face of ...

Immortality beckons - the animals must find a mate. There is dancing, colour, flamboyance and intimacy. But getting a mate requires courage and commitment in the face of deception, hostility and violence.

Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature
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Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature: Super Bodies

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 6, 2013
In this new 3-part documentary series, Richard Hammond reveals secret animal abilities from the natural world, and discovers how those same animals have inspired a series of ...

In this new 3-part documentary series, Richard Hammond reveals secret animal abilities from the natural world, and discovers how those same animals have inspired a series of unlikely human inventions at the very frontiers of science.

100 Greatest Discoveries
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100 Greatest Discoveries: Genetics

Discovery Science  |  February 11, 2010
Our host, Bill Nye, discusses the torturous process by which scientists came to understand that inherited information is passed according to certain rules, rather than ...

Our host, Bill Nye, discusses the torturous process by which scientists came to understand that inherited information is passed according to certain rules, rather than transmitted through a blending of fluids.

Body In Numbers
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Body In Numbers: Our Life In Numbers

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  Discovery Channel  |  November 6, 2009
In the final programme of Body In Numbers we look at the whole sweep of our body's journey through life, how it keeps going and what it's capable of producing during the ...

In the final programme of Body In Numbers we look at the whole sweep of our body's journey through life, how it keeps going and what it's capable of producing during the course of our life. We unravel the fabric of what makes up our body, revealing that there's enough phosphorus in us to make over two thousand match-heads, that our body contains 35lbs of carbon, enough for 9,000 pencils and that each of us contains uranium.

Life Story
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Life Story: Parenthood

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  Nine  |  October 6, 2015
The animals' own survival is no longer the only thing that matters. Parents must keep their offspring safe too. The winners will leave their descendants as living proof of ...

The animals' own survival is no longer the only thing that matters. Parents must keep their offspring safe too. The winners will leave their descendants as living proof of their success in the great game of life.

Life Story
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Life Story: Home

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Nine  |  September 15, 2015
An animal must now win its own secure space in the world. Competition is intense. But finding a home is just the start of an animal's problems. It must be prepared to defend ...

An animal must now win its own secure space in the world. Competition is intense. But finding a home is just the start of an animal's problems. It must be prepared to defend it from all comers, whatever it takes.

Life Story
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Life Story: Power

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  Nine  |  September 22, 2015
An animal's chances of winning the game of life will be a whole lot better if it can first manoeuvre itself into a position of power. Welcome to the tricky, complicated world ...

An animal's chances of winning the game of life will be a whole lot better if it can first manoeuvre itself into a position of power. Welcome to the tricky, complicated world of politics.

Born In The Wild
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Born In The Wild: Kangaroo

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  September 20, 2014
This fascinating documentary series explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. This episode, Joy and Mark are in Australia to uncover the ...

This fascinating documentary series explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. This episode, Joy and Mark are in Australia to uncover the reproductive secrets of some of the strangest mammals on Earth - the pouch-wearing Marsupials.

I, Predator
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I, Predator: Cheetah

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Nat Geo Wild  |  October 21, 2016
Operation Maneater
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Operation Maneater: Great White Shark

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  July 1, 2015
Mark travels to Western Australia, where seven people have been killed by sharks in the last three years. Authorities have implemented radical measures to catch and kill any ...

Mark travels to Western Australia, where seven people have been killed by sharks in the last three years. Authorities have implemented radical measures to catch and kill any shark they deem a threat. Evans wants to find non-lethal solutions to keep people - and sharks - safe.

Operation Maneater
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Operation Maneater: Polar Bear

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 24, 2015
Mark travels to the shores of Canada's Hudson Bay, where polar bears are causing havoc in isolated communities. He arrives in the town of Churchill hours after an attack has ...

Mark travels to the shores of Canada's Hudson Bay, where polar bears are causing havoc in isolated communities. He arrives in the town of Churchill hours after an attack has left two people seriously injured and a bear dead.

Operation Maneater
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Operation Maneater: Crocodile

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  June 15, 2015
Veterinarian Mark Evans uses technology to tackle three deadly predators: the great white shark, crocodile and polar bear. When these animals attack humans, both sides lose. ...

Veterinarian Mark Evans uses technology to tackle three deadly predators: the great white shark, crocodile and polar bear. When these animals attack humans, both sides lose. As more people are killed or maimed, more animals are killed in retaliation. Evans wants to find ways to break this circle of violence and protect both humans and animals. Follow him as he tries out ingenious high-tech solutions to the most hostile wildlife conflicts on earth.

The Science Of The Senses
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The Science Of The Senses: Touch

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Discovery Science  |  March 28, 2011
Touch takes us on a voyage through the skin, into the subcutaneous world of our sensory receptors and up into the brain.

Touch takes us on a voyage through the skin, into the subcutaneous world of our sensory receptors and up into the brain.

The Science Of The Senses
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The Science Of The Senses: Sight

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  Discovery Science  |  July 27, 2011
Sight takes viewers on a fascinating tour of our visual world - from the moment light enters our eyes, to the way this information is transformed into electrical impulses.

Sight takes viewers on a fascinating tour of our visual world - from the moment light enters our eyes, to the way this information is transformed into electrical impulses.

Life Story
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Life Story: First Steps

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  Nine  |  September 8, 2015
Told from the perspective of individual animals, this series follows the journey from birth to parenthood. At this early stage random chance often determines who survives. ...

Told from the perspective of individual animals, this series follows the journey from birth to parenthood. At this early stage random chance often determines who survives. This is a time to learn fast., to find ways to turn the odds in your favour.

Meet The Sloths
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Meet The Sloths

Nat Geo Wild  |  October 23, 2016
Go behind the scenes at one of the world's most unique animal sanctuaries, home to more than 150 sloths, and witness every charming second of their daily sloth soap opera.

Go behind the scenes at one of the world's most unique animal sanctuaries, home to more than 150 sloths, and witness every charming second of their daily sloth soap opera.

The Great Human Odyssey
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The Great Human Odyssey: The Adaptable Ape

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  Discovery Channel  |  July 12, 2015
How did we become our planet's only global species? Learn how our ancestors found a way through the deserts and out of Africa. Explore the meeting of Neanderthals and humans. ...

How did we become our planet's only global species? Learn how our ancestors found a way through the deserts and out of Africa. Explore the meeting of Neanderthals and humans. And discover how we survived the Ice Age.

Life, Death And Mistakes
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Life, Death And Mistakes

SBS  |  September 23, 2013
We are all human, we are all fallible and we all make mistakes. And there's nothing we can do about that - or is there? Dr Kevin Fong investigates how the latest science is ...

We are all human, we are all fallible and we all make mistakes. And there's nothing we can do about that - or is there? Dr Kevin Fong investigates how the latest science is revolutionising our understanding of what it is to be human, and holding out the hope of making us all less fallible when it really matters - from cutting-edge neuroscience to new discoveries about how our brains deal with stress and pressure.

Expedition Wolf
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Expedition Wolf: Spring

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  August 28, 2013
The second episode in this engaging natural history series follows the fortunes of one very special pack of wolves as they return to North America's West Coast.

The second episode in this engaging natural history series follows the fortunes of one very special pack of wolves as they return to North America's West Coast.

The Science Of The Senses
46:52

The Science Of The Senses: Hearing

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  Discovery Science  |  March 21, 2011
Hearing takes us on a journey through the ear, into the brain and right into the heart of the human psyche.

Hearing takes us on a journey through the ear, into the brain and right into the heart of the human psyche.

Cats Uncovered
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Cats Uncovered: The Lion In Your Lap

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  September 28, 2015
The second episode of this unique scientific study reveals the wild side of pet cats. Using GPS trackers and cat cameras, they show how these felines transform from pampered ...

The second episode of this unique scientific study reveals the wild side of pet cats. Using GPS trackers and cat cameras, they show how these felines transform from pampered pet to purring predator as soon as they leave the cat flap.

Cats Uncovered
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Cats Uncovered: A Cat’s Eye View

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  September 21, 2015
Aloof. Disdainful. Vicious. Or friendly, fluffy balls of fur who just want to be loved. Opinions on cats tend to differ though one thing is sure - they occupy a very special ...

Aloof. Disdainful. Vicious. Or friendly, fluffy balls of fur who just want to be loved. Opinions on cats tend to differ though one thing is sure - they occupy a very special place in the hearts of many. But how much do we really know about them? Making use of the latest bespoke technology, this fascinating and revealing series investigates every aspect of the lives of this often-misunderstood species.

Expedition Wolf
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Expedition Wolf: Winter

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  August 21, 2013
Once shot to the brink of extinction wild wolves are now returning to the United States with a vengeance. They are crossing the Canadian border and tension is mounting. A team ...

Once shot to the brink of extinction wild wolves are now returning to the United States with a vengeance. They are crossing the Canadian border and tension is mounting. A team of biologists track down these top predators to find if there is something special about these wolves that are helping them survive.

Life Story
49:07

Life Story: Growing Up

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  Nine  |  September 9, 2015
Alone for the first time, the animals must face the dangers and challenges of the grown-up world. Only by learning how it fits into its environment can an animal move on to ...

Alone for the first time, the animals must face the dangers and challenges of the grown-up world. Only by learning how it fits into its environment can an animal move on to the next stage in its life.

Born In The Wild
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Born In The Wild: Dolphins

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  October 4, 2014
Joy and Mark investigate the reproductive secrets of marine mammals. How do animals that breathe air manage to mate, give birth and raise their young underwater?

Joy and Mark investigate the reproductive secrets of marine mammals. How do animals that breathe air manage to mate, give birth and raise their young underwater?

Meet The Elephant Man
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Meet The Elephant Man

ABC2  |  February 24, 2016
It's been over 125 years since the death of Joseph Merrick, 'The Elephant Man'. Now, using Merrick's skeleton, a team of experts has brought Joseph Merrick back to life.

It's been over 125 years since the death of Joseph Merrick, 'The Elephant Man'. Now, using Merrick's skeleton, a team of experts has brought Joseph Merrick back to life.

Born In The Wild
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Born In The Wild: Orangutan

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  September 27, 2014
This documentary series explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. This episode, Joy and Mark travel to Borneo to explore the reproduction ...

This documentary series explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. This episode, Joy and Mark travel to Borneo to explore the reproduction challenges of one of our closest cousins - the orangutan.

The Great Human Odyssey
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The Great Human Odyssey: Journey's End

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Discovery Channel  |  July 19, 2015
Early humans eventually colonised Australia, the South Pacific, and the Americas. But how did our ancestors master the oceans?

Early humans eventually colonised Australia, the South Pacific, and the Americas. But how did our ancestors master the oceans?

The Science Of The Senses
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The Science Of The Senses: Smell

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  Discovery Science  |  March 14, 2011
Our senses of both taste and smell were born of our most primitive instincts for survival but how they shape our interpretation of the world is a puzzle science is only ...

Our senses of both taste and smell were born of our most primitive instincts for survival but how they shape our interpretation of the world is a puzzle science is only beginning to piece together.

100 Greatest Discoveries
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100 Greatest Discoveries: Evolution

Discovery Science  |  March 3, 2010
Charles Darwin's theories radically changed the way we view the evolution of man. Other top discoveries in evolution include the Burgess Shale fossils that provide a snapshot ...

Charles Darwin's theories radically changed the way we view the evolution of man. Other top discoveries in evolution include the Burgess Shale fossils that provide a snapshot of ancient life and the KT Asteroid which caused the demise of the dinosaurs.

The Journey of Mankind With Eddie Izzard
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The Journey of Mankind With Eddie Izzard

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  August 31, 2014
Actor and comedian Eddie Izzard sets out on an incredible personal quest to follow the route of his ancestors in a 200,000-year migration from Africa to Europe. Becoming the ...

Actor and comedian Eddie Izzard sets out on an incredible personal quest to follow the route of his ancestors in a 200,000-year migration from Africa to Europe. Becoming the first human ever to trace his genes' journey, this spectacular global travelogue starts with a sample of Eddie's DNA.

Tales of the Unexpected
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Tales of the Unexpected: The Secret Life of Breasts

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  April 6, 2014
This new three-part series shines a light into some of the stranger corners of science by uncovering myths and beliefs about the evolutionary benefits of cheating, the real ...

This new three-part series shines a light into some of the stranger corners of science by uncovering myths and beliefs about the evolutionary benefits of cheating, the real science of palm reading and poses the question; are human breasts the storehouses for toxic chemicals? Each episode reveals a fascinating, sometimes awkward, and frequently unsettling world where peculiar ideas are put to the test.

The Brain With David Eagleman
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The Brain With David Eagleman: What Is Reality?

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  March 7, 2016
Neuroscientist Dr David Eagleman steers this ground breaking journey to the very centre of our brains. Showcasing the latest real-time and computer-generated images of the ...

Neuroscientist Dr David Eagleman steers this ground breaking journey to the very centre of our brains. Showcasing the latest real-time and computer-generated images of the brain and cutting edge CGI and graphic technology, viewers are taken on the journey of a lifetime.

Tales of the Unexpected
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Tales of the Unexpected: Who's Your Daddy?

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  April 20, 2014
In 1972, a study was conducted in the U.K that claimed 30% non-paternity, which means one in three children were not biologically related to the man they call Dad. Could this ...

In 1972, a study was conducted in the U.K that claimed 30% non-paternity, which means one in three children were not biologically related to the man they call Dad. Could this really be true? This program conducts the first ever purpose designed paternity poll, asking some truly awkward questions. It compare rates of paternity uncertainty in Australia and the United States, and follows parents and children as they discover the truth behind who's their father.

Revealed: DNA The Next Wave
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Revealed: DNA The Next Wave

Discovery Channel  |  May 26, 2013
A scientific journey into our DNA, showing how a revolutionary understanding of our genetic makeup is profoundly changing our lives.

A scientific journey into our DNA, showing how a revolutionary understanding of our genetic makeup is profoundly changing our lives.

Don't Grow Old
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Don't Grow Old

SBS  |  January 4, 2011
Don't Grow Old asks if ageing is something we can prevent or whether wrinkles are just a matter of time. For centuries scientists have been attempting to come up with an ...

Don't Grow Old asks if ageing is something we can prevent or whether wrinkles are just a matter of time. For centuries scientists have been attempting to come up with an elixir of youth. Now remarkable discoveries are suggesting that ageing is something flexible that can ultimately be manipulated.

Biology is the study of life and how living things work. Find out on how to create models of the human body, measure rainfall and even how to create a herbarum in this playlist. (ACSSU044,ACSSU072,ACSSU073,ACSSU043,VCSSU074,VCSSU075)
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Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life. ((ACHGK020,VCGGK110,VCGGK147)
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