National Geographic explores the human body from the inside out as never before with the help of sophisticated camera-work and cutting-edge technology in this fascinating collection of specials.
In four classic programs, National Geographic reveals how our incredible human machine worksfrom the miraculous in-utero development of a fetus to the mechanics of a beating heart, and from the formation of skin to the amazing way our complicated systems work together for sensing, adapting, reproducing, regenerating, and thinking.
Programs include How to Build a Beating Heart, Skin, In the Womb, and Incredible Human Machine.
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Human babies come into this world entirely helplessunable
to walk, talk, or feed themselves. And, as any parent can testify, a remarkable transformation occurs over their first year. But what's happening behind what you can simply observe? From first breath ...
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with this eight-volume sampler of classic programs exploring topics such as WWII, Antarctic wildlife, and calculating the human footprint. The collection includes Inside Grand Central, Is It Real? Vampires, America's Greatest Animals, ...
Featuring programs from hit series Brain Games, Duck
Quacks Don’t Echo, and The Numbers Game , the National Geographic Engage Your Brain Collection combines science and entertaining, interactive experiments and games to reveal the amazing inner-workings of the "crown jewel" ...