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Gulf Grunion Beach Spawning

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In Sonora, Mexico, thousands of Gulf Grunion fish act on a seemingly suicidal desire to breed out of water. The female grunion deposit eggs in the sand as far from aquatic predators as possible. The eggs remain buried in the wet sand and hatch in about 10 days, at which point the young grunion make their way back into the water.

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And intrepid cameraman spends a year documenting the life of a moose calf and its mother.

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Soul of the Elephant

An intimate look at one of the world’s most intelligent and sensitive animals.

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The 500-Pound Dinosaur Heart

The heart of a newly-discovered dinosaur may have weighed as much as a grizzly bear.

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Raising the Dinosaur Giant

Deep in a South American desert, a giant is being awakened after 101 million years of slee

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