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TERRA 337: Oil On Ice – Part 5

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Gwich'in natives travel to Washington to square off with George W. Bush and Alaska's pro-drilling congressional leaders. In the past, the 'impact' of drilling has been perceived to be a local environmental issue - rel...

TERRA 338: Oil On Ice – Part 6

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What have we learned from the debate over drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge? Is it just another place where we should take what is there and use it with no thought of the consequences? Does ANWR ...

TERRA 503: Why Don’t We Ride Zebras?

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Ever wonder why we aren't all riding around on zebras? And why did only certain animals become man's hamburger, man's best friend, and man's trusty steed? Tune in and find out why our ancestors never successfully dome...

TERRA 505: Winter in Yellowstone

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Over the last 30 years Tom Murphy has ventured out into Yellowstone's winterscape to experience the ecosystems harshest of seasons. In part 1 of a series on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, join Tom Murphy as he jou...

TERRA 230: The Price of Ivory

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Would it surprise you to know that Africans have no tradition of poaching elephants for their tusks? Modern ivory poaching in fact is imposed by Western and Asian markets. So what motivates indigenous people to take u...

TERRA 231: Ebola Testimonies

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When zoologists in the Lossi region of central Africa noticed that some of the gorillas they were studying were becoming sick and dying, they could not have known what was to come. Within a year of the initial discove...

TERRA 236: Working Dogs – On Nature’s Trail

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Low-tech is the new high-tech. Take, for example, wildlife biologists who are swapping radio collars and GPS transceivers for a more sensitive instrument: a dog's nose. A dog's sense of smell is up to one thousand tim...

TERRA 339: A Life with Skulls – Part 1

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Ray Bandar is not your average museum curator. How could he be with nicknames like Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray? He spends his days dressed in tattered clothes, walking San Francisco's beaches in search of the ultimate s...

TERRA 340: A Life with Skulls – Part 2

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Ray Bandar is not your average museum curator. How could he be with nicknames like Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray? He spends his days dressed in tattered clothes, walking San Francisco's beaches in search of the ultimate s...

TERRA 341: A Life with Skulls – Part 3

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In the third and final installment of A Life with Skulls, Ray Bandar reconciles his passion for skulls with life after the lab.

TERRA 343: Wetlands in the Bitterroots

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Years ago, back on the farm in Mississippi, a wetlands was just an area of pasture that was too swampy to grow hay or graze cattle. Little did I know back then that wetlands are some of the most biodiverse ecosystems ...

TERRA 514: Life by the Tide

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The Pacific inter-tidal zone is a harsh but beautiful ecosystem inhabited by creatures that developed bizarre and elegant forms in order to survive. This film takes place during low tide on a foggy summer day when the...

TERRA 515: Big Horned On Campus

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For almost two decades, great horned owls roosted on a high building at the center of the Montana State University campus every summer. "Big Horned on Campus" documents the owls' last season on the ledges of Leon John...

TERRA 516: Through a Natural Lens

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Dan Hartman has been photographing wildlife in Yellowstone for over 25 years. Through a Natural Lens is an intimate portrait of this renown photographer as he takes us through a day of tracking and photographing some ...

TERRA 517: Sealed Off!!! – Part 1

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The beach known as The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California, has been a point of pride in the town for 75 years. Today almost no one goes there to swim, not since a pod of 200 harbor seals took up residence on the ...

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