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Thirty Years of National Geographic Specials DVD

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For three decades, National Geographic has set the standard for spellbinding television documentaries of exploration and discovery. Now you can experience these landmark adventures into the unknown in this collector's video. Join the first American expedition as they conquer Everest, enter an undersea world of danger and beauty with Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and observe the historic discovery of fossils of our earliest ancestors with Louis and Mary Leakey. Witness National Geographic filmmakers as they capture the mystery and wonder of wildlife around the world, joining scientists like Dian Fossey and Jane Goodall to reveal never-before-seen animal behavior. From the delicate rhythms of the natural world to the many faces of human culture, 30 Years of National Geographic Specials chronicles a visual saga of humankind's quest for knowledge.


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  • Approximately 93 minutes
  • © 1995

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Not full documentaries

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  • Entertaining
  • Thematic

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  • Not what I had hoped for

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    Comments about Thirty Years of National Geographic Specials DVD:

    As a high school teacher, I was eager to provide students with some geographic background to supplement certain environmental case studies. Expecting (naively) a true collection of key National Geographic documentaries from thirty years I was disappointed with this 93 minute DVD.

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