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DVDs:Best of National Geographic:Best of National Geographic Channel 8-DVD Collection, Volume 5

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Best of National Geographic Channel 8-DVD Collection, Volume 5

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Explore the best of the National Geographic Channel with this eight-volume sampler of classic programs exploring topics such as ancient Egypt, the mysteries of the oceans, and the Alaskan wilderness. The collection includes Egypt Eternal, The Battle for Midway, Is It Real: "Da Vinci's Code," Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park, Dino Death Trap and Dino Autopsy from Dinosaurs Unearthed and NG Classics: Oceans, featuring the episodes Shark Island, Great Whales, Ocean Drifters, Jellyfish Invasion, Jewels of the Caribbean Sea, and Humpbacks: Inside the Pod. See the Title List tab for details about each program.


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  • 8 discs; 660 minutes
  • Widescreen and Standard
  • © 1977–2010

Egypt Eternal
In Saqqara, Egypt's city of the dead, archaeologists began chipping away to find a honeycomb of burial shafts, passages and funeral chambers connected to Ramses and Tutankhamen. Filming for two years, National Geographic has exclusive access to this amazing site as the team uncovers one incredible find after another.
60 minutes. © 2003


The Battle for Midway
Follow underwater explorer Bob Ballard as he searches for the aircraft carrier sunk during the Battle of Midway in this classic episode of National Geographic Explorer.
82 minutes. © 1999


Is It Real?: "Da Vinci's Code”
Were Jesus and Mary Magdalene actually married with children? Does a secret society exists that holds the secrets to the bloodline of Jesus Christ? Did Leonardo Da Vinci know the answers to all of these questions and reveal clues in his most famous masterpieces? National Geographic travels the world to uncover evidence to support and refute the claims of Dan Brown's best-selling title and in addition interviews other conspiracy theorists who believe Jesus' ancestors walk the Earth today.
54 minutes. © 2006


Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park
Located near the top of the world, Denali National Park is home to more than six million acres of extreme wilderness. Venture beyond the tourist hotspots and join National Geographic on a low-to-high-altitude trek through Denali's breathtaking ecosystems. Elevation sets the rules in this subarctic land where only the most hardy creatures—including man—can survive.
50 minutes. © 2007


Dinosaurs Unearthed: Dino Death Trap and Dino Autopsy
Be transported back to prehistoric times in Dinosaurs Unearthed, a fascinating look at two groundbreaking dinosaur discoveries. Featuring state-of-the-art research techniques and amazing new footage of dinosaur mummies, these two thrilling programs reveal fascinating new clues about the lives of the prehistoric giants who once ruled the Earth.
100 minutes. ©; 2007


National Geographic Classics: OceansFrom majestic great whales and humpbacks to graceful jellyfish and seahorses, the ocean is home to an amazing array of life. In this three disc collection, National Geographic reveals never-before-seen species and behavior of life under the sea.
320 minutes. © 1977