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Mount St. Helens

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Mount St. Helens sits quietly now, but her legacy is one of devastating destruction. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Washington http://bit.ly/1KhP7ln

Play-Fighting Baby Elephants

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Two precious young cousins imitate their elders and "battle" for male dominance. From: ELEPHANTS IN THE ROOM http://bit.ly/1vBgzC0

Mysterious Grave

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Archeologists discover skeletons arranged in bizarre formations that suggest vampire related rituals. From the Show: The Vampire Princess http://bit.ly/2yzBbDR

The Wall That Heals

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The story behind why the wall was built. From the Show: Remembering Vietnam http://bit.ly/2yjI1wV

Mary's Tomb

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Discover why there is Muslim architecture in the tomb of the Virgin Mary. From: MUSEUM SECRETS REVEALED: Jerusalem http://bit.ly/1pqdDVt

Meerkat Love

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While babysitting the pups, meerkat Chloe gets distracted by an attractive stranger. From: MEET THE MEERKATS http://bit.ly/1rExL8i

Purgatory

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Not quite Heaven but too good for Hell. From the Series: Decoding Christianity: Damned & Saved http://bitly.com/2psBFV2

The Monkees in Concert

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The Monkees become a live "act." From the Show: Making the Monkees http://bit.ly/2gsuxsw

Providence Canyon

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Its gorges are gorgeous! Locals call this geological beauty "Little Grand Canyon." From the Series: Aerial America: Georgia http://bit.ly/2gwwOjq

Dodging Meteorological Bullets

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There are 180 meteor impact points scarring Earth's surface. Will the next be the last? From: ASTEROID TRACKERS http://bit.ly/1pBtJdt

Hill of Crosses, Lithuania

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Hundreds of thousands of crosses represent Christian devotion. From: DECODING CHRISTIANITY: Secrecy, Symbols and Mystery http://bit.ly/1yVXIT0

Pearl Harbor

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Years after the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor, the devastation is still visible from the air. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Hawaii http://bit.ly/1kMAgPK

Oklahoma's Strangest Scenery

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Sand dunes, salt plains, and toxic soils: the vast "deserts" of Oklahoma are more than unusual. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Oklahoma http://bit.ly/1qYgh4u

Fatal Combination for Arrow Air Flight 1285

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From: AIR DISASTERS: Split Decision http://bit.ly/1JWCiyj

Interview with Casey Anderson

Smithsonian Channel
Take a look at our interview with wildlife filmmaker Casey Anderson, creator of The Mountain Lion & Me on Smithsonian Channel (premiering March 14) and Casey Anderson's Wild Tracks on Smithsonian Earth (streaming March 26). We talked to Casey about his work and how he prepares for intense filming trips in the wilderness of Yellowstone. The Mountain Lion and Me http://bit.ly/2oBcIrc Casey Anderson's Wild Tracks http://bit.ly/2F3GlZi

Do Tortoises Like Being Touched?

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The most noticeable feature of a tortoise is its massive shell. But what happens if you touch it? Caretakers at Smithsonian's National Zoo fill us in. Watch the Full Episode with your FREE trial for Smithsonian Channel Plus by signing up today at https://watch.smithsonianchannel.com/ From: WILD INSIDE THE NATIONAL ZOO: Reptile Rejuvenation http://bitly.com/1DIGxcp

This Antlion is a Devious, Cold-Blooded Killer

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Antlions will hide under the sand, undetected, and then emerge to ambush a nearby insect. But it’s the sheer nonchalance with which they discard the corpse afterwards that is especially chilling. Watch the Full Episode with your FREE trial for Smithsonian Channel Plus by signing up today at https://watch.smithsonianchannel.com/ From the Series: Macro Worlds: The Meadow of Horror http://bit.ly/2PvjPi5

What We Do and Don't Know About the MH370 Pilots

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Subject to rampant speculation, the pilots of MH370 have had the most minute details of their private lives dissected by the press. But which theories are actually plausible? Catch Malaysia 370: The Plane That Vanished on Saturday, April 19th at 7PM ET, only on Smithsonian Channel. From: MALAYSIA 370: THE PLANE THAT VANISHED http://bit.ly/RPUCzl

Rise of the Killer Virus (Full Episode)

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There may never be a virus as deadly or as misunderstood as AIDS. Responsible for 36 million deaths since its discovery in 1981, it remains shrouded in myths, misconceptions, and mistruths... until now. From the Show: Rise of the Killer Virus http://bit.ly/2RAyfy4 Watch more of Smithsonian Channel's full episodes on http://tv.youtube.com

The Fastest Punch in the World

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Mantis Shrimp have a knockout punch, delivering a killer blow as fast as a 22-caliber bullet. Watch the Full Episode with your FREE trial for Smithsonian Channel Plus by signing up today at https://watch.smithsonianchannel.com/ From: SPEED KILLS http://bit.ly/1o10Zgp

This Is Why You Can't Outrun a Cheetah

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With a flexible spine and feet like tire treads, the cheetah is built not only for speed - but for unrivaled acceleration. Watch the Full Episode with your FREE trial for Smithsonian Channel Plus by signing up today at https://watch.smithsonianchannel.com/ From: SPEED KILLS http://bit.ly/1rweTK2

Mystery Files: Abraham Lincoln (Full Episode)

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Abraham Lincoln has been canonized as an American hero, but the true story of his life reveals that he was a more complicated character. From the Show: MYSTERY FILES: Abraham Lincoln http://bitly.com/1yroRL4 Watch more of Smithsonian Channel's full episodes on http://tv.youtube.com

The Mountain Lion and Me (Full Episode)

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Paradise Valley, Montana is home to an animal so secretive, few ever get to see it: the mountain lion. Join Wildlife filmmaker Casey Anderson as he becomes one of those lucky few to enter the world of a mother and her three cubs. From the Show: The Mountain Lion and Me http://bit.ly/2FExuOP Watch more of Smithsonian Channel's full episodes on http://tv.youtube.com

Finding Life in Outer Space (Full Episode)

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Over billions of years, planet Earth has become home to an amazing interdependent ecosystem. But how did life here begin? We uncover the secrets of our world by tracking the evolution of the cosmos itself, from the Big Bang onwards. From the Show: Finding Life in Outer Space http://bit.ly/2HhPhPd Watch more of Smithsonian Channel's full episodes on http://tv.youtube.com
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