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  1. $44.95 set of 2 DVD Blu-ray + $8.80 p&h or $18.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BBCV

    BBC Video. Blu-ray DVD. 3 Hours and 50 Minutes. This landmark series uses specialist imaging and compelling narrative to tell the life story of our planet, how it works, and what makes it so special. Examining the great forces that shape the Earth - volcanoes, the ocean, the atmosphere and ice - the program explores their central roles in our planet's story. How do these forces affect the Earth's landscape, its climate, and its history? CGI gives the audience a ringside seat at these great events, while the final episode brings together all the themes of the series and argues that Earth is an exceptionally rare kind of planet - giving us a special responsibility to look after our unique world. This is a series that shows the Earth in new and surprising ways. Extensive use of satellite imagery reveals new views of our planet, while timelapse filmed over many months brings the planet to life. Offering a balance between dramatic visuals and illuminating facts, this ground-breaking series makes global science truly compelling.
    Earth: The Biography.
  2. $32.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    41 Minutes. The wondrous denizens of the diverse marine habitat known as a coral reef are the subject matter of Howard Hill's DEEP SEA 3-D (originally an IMAX presentation). Exploring the reefs throughout the Pacific, Hill's cameras capture a rare close-up glimpse of turtles, shrimp, scallops, sharks, eels, starfish, jellyfish, octopuses, and much more. Thematically, the film examines the balance of life and symbiosis between these creatures. There are the hunters and the hunted, yet there is always another species that keeps the hunters in check, too. Similarly, some species of smaller fish eat by feeding on sea material that collects on some larger fish, which also cleans the larger fish's scales. The continued and necessary persistence of this activity is quite important to the collective survival of the animals, the reef and, indeed, all of humanity. Narrated almost conversationally by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, DEEP SEA 3-D is a thrilling, intimate, and educational look at the unknown depths of the world underwater; enjoyable for kids and adults of any age.
    Deep Sea - Nature Video - DVD.
  3. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray

    Item Code : IMAX

    A documentary that explores the natural world of the sea, from the single-celled organism to more complex forms of life, OCEAN ORIGINS was originally filmed in the IMAX large format, which adds a crispness and clarity to the images. This documentary film seeks to examine the process of evolution by looking at the many creatures of the sea that can illustrate the way multi-cellular life emerged over the course of four billion years. OCEAN ORIGINS is a creative film that uses fascinating documentary footage to look at scientific theories and principles in an interesting manner.
    Ocean Origins - Four Billion Years In The Ocean - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
  4. $210.95 set of 17 DVD + $10.80 p&h or $24.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BBCV

    BBC Video. DVD. Planet Earth Synopsis: With an unprecedented production budget of $25 million, and from the makers of Blue Planet: Seas of Life, comes the epic story of life on Earth. Five years in production, over 2,000 days in the field, using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations, shot entirely in high definition, this is the ultimate portrait of our planet. A stunning television experience that captures rare action, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers, this blockbuster series takes you on an unforgettable journey through the daily struggle for survival in Earth's most extreme habitats. Planet Earth takes you to places you have never seen before, to experience sights and sounds you may never experience anywhere else. 16:9 enhanced, English, French, and Spanish subtitles. Blue Planet: Seas of Life Special Edition Synopsis: Before creating the monumental Planet Earth, producer Alastair Fothergill and his team from the BBC put together one of the most breathtaking explorations of the world's oceans ever assembled, The Blue Planet: Seas of Life. The winner of two Emmy(R) Awards, The Blue Planet: Seas of Life is the definitive exploration of the marine world, chronicling the mysteries the deep in ways never before imagined. It has now been re-released in this all-new special edition, with an added 5th disc of bonus programming not included in the original DVD release. 16:9 enhanced, closed-captioned. The Life of Mammalsc Synopsis: In ten parts, the award-winning David Attenborough (2002 Emmy winner for The Blue Planet: Seas of Life; The Life of Birds) introduces us to the most diverse group of animals ever to live on Earth, from the smallest - the two-inch pygmy shrew, to the largest - the blue whale; from the slowest - the sloth, to the swiftest - the cheetah; from the least attractive - the naked mole rat, to the most irresistible - a human baby. The Life of Mammals is the story of 4,000 species that have outlived the dinosaurs and conquered the farthest places on earth. With bodies kept warm by thick coats of fur and their developing young protected and nourished within their bodies, they have managed to colonize every part of the globe, dry or wet, hot or cold. Their adaptations for finding food have also had a profound effect on the way they move, socialize, mate and breed. 16:9 enhanced, English subtitles. The Life of Birds Synopsis: The definitive series on the most colorful, popular and perfectly adapted creatures on earth, The Life of Birds traverses the globe, covering 42 countries and examining over 300 different species. Calling upon the immense skills of many of the world's top wildlife cameramen and women, and pushing filming technology to the limits, new behavior is brought to the screen in staggering detail. Infra-red cameras find oilbirds deep in pitch black caves. Ultra slow motion film unravels the complexities of bird flight and ultraviolet cameras reveal the world from a bird's point of view. 4:3, closed-captioned.
    The BBC Natural History Collection featuring Planet Earth.
  5. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray

    Item Code : IMAX

    Presented in the spectacular IMAX format, OCEAN OASIS goes beyond the normal study of oceans with visually stimulating ... Full Description photography. This journey takes the viewer from under the Sea Of Cortes in Mexico to over the Baja California desert to witness underwater life up close and great landscapes from afar. Migrating whales, courting terns, elephant seals , snow capped mountains, and palm oases are all highlighted in this wonderful look at nature.
    Ocean Oasis - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
  6. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    40 Minutes. Presented in the spectacular IMAX format, OCEAN OASIS goes beyond the normal study of oceans with visually stimulating photography. This journey takes the viewer from under the Sea Of Cortes in Mexico to over the Baja California desert to witness underwater life up close and great landscapes from afar. Migrating whales, courting terns, elephant seals , snow capped mountains, and palm oases are all highlighted in this wonderful look at nature.
    Ocean Oasis - Nature Video - DVD.
  7. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : NATR

    110 Minutes. Kilauea continually molds Hawaii's Big Island. Creating new land, shaping ancient forests and carving tunnels through the earth, the volcano fascinates a dedicated group of scientists and filmmakers who follow its every action. Ejecting fire, molten rock, giant boulders and poisonous gases, the volcano can be a hazard for researchers, homeowners, plants and animals, but it does not just leave destruction in its wake. Twists and turns in the lava's flow leave some patches of original ecosystems, called kipukas, undisturbed. These oases of life provide a haven to many rare creatures--including the Hawaiian state bird, the Nene--but remain in constant danger from the volcano and from invasive species. At the end of its journey, the lava meets the ocean. Braving an extremely hot sea, filmmakers record the birth of new land. Violent and beautiful, destructive and creative, Kilauea: Mountain of Fire explores the incredible power of the volcano and the challenges of life in its shadow.
    Kilauea, Mountain of Fire - Nature Video - DVD.
  8. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    112 Minutes. Three films originally shot for the IMAX format are contained on this release. IMAX - GALAPAGOS: The Galapagos Islands, scattered across the equator, are the subject of this cinematic expedition. Still widely unexplored, these islands feature a stunning array of wildlife, vast wilderness, and stately volcanoes. This Smithsonian Institute production was originally screened in the IMAX format. IMAX - INTO THE DEEP: This underwater spectacular plunges into the depths of the ocean and brings viewers face to face with life far below the surface. Originally screened in the IMAX format, INTO THE DEEP was filmed off the southern coast of California. Among the animals filmed here are sharks, starfish, sea lions, and rare glimpses into the nocturnal creatures of the deep. IMAX - SURVIVAL ISLAND: Along the Scotia Arc of the South Atlantic Ocean, South Georgia Island is home to some of the most populated animal cities on the globe. This IMAX production visits this area, made famous by Ernest Shackleton and his Antarctic voyage, films these stunning animal gatherings during the high seasons of spring and summer. Narrated by David Attenborough (BLUE PLANET).
    Best Of Oceans Collection - Nature Video - DVD.
  9. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    Explore the extraordinary hidden world of insects, where a leaf weighs more than a car, raindrops feel like exploding hand grenades and a blade of grass soars like a skyscraper. Shot on location in the Borneo rainforest, Bugs! brings the beautiful and dangerous universe of its tiny stars up close and personal with cutting-edge technology that magnifies them up to 250,000 times their normal size. Don't miss this unforgettable, stunning film that reveals the dramatic, savage, and awe-inspiring lives of these fascinating creatures. Using special cameras to boost these creepy crawlers to over 250,000 times their normal size, BUGS! is a groundbreaking IMAX film that lets viewers see the world from a bug's perspective. And what a strange world it is! Blades of grass tower into the sky, and raindrops plummet like bombs! This entertaining and awe-inspiring film is sure to delight young and old viewers alike, as it follows the intricate, sometimes brutal lives of these mesmerizing creatures.
    Bugs! A Rainforest Experience - Nature Video - DVD.
  10. $34.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : PREM

    Boxed Set. 3 Hours and 45 Minutes. Travel around the world and back again with the mysterious, beautiful and gigantic creatures of our Blue Earth. Voyage beyond the blue into the darkest corners to explore Ocean Drifters, and journey to exotic places for colorful creatures among coral reefs in Jewels of the Caribbean Sea. Then, dive deep into the world of the largest animals on Earth, The Great Whales, and in Surviving Paradise: Hawaiian Monk Seals; find out what s causing one of the world s most ancient species to disappear. DVD 1: Ocean Drifters Plunge into the darkness where millions of mysterious sea creatures, from tiny plankton to sea turtles, squids and enormous sharks, spend their entire lives adrift, circling the planet on currents that carry them as far as 100 miles a day. Go on a mysterious voyage beneath the waves with special cameras that capture rare footage of the strange and beautiful world of Ocean Drifters. DVD 2: Jewels of the Caribbean Sea Dive with Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Howard Hall for a spectacular view of underwater wildlife in the Caribbean you can t see anywhere else. Explore the behaviors of the beautiful marine creatures living in coral reefs and swaying fields of sea grass off the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, St. Croix, Dominica and Belize. Using special breathing technology, Hall stays under water for extremely long periods of time to capture never-before seen behaviors of the Jewels of the Caribbean Sea. DVD 3: The Great Whales Whales are one of the most magical, captivating and largest animals on the planet with some species weighing in at more than 150 tons! Join scientists and conservationists as they study and document these ocean giants, their complex communication methods and mind-boggling migratory patterns. Go below the surface to swim alongside killer, pilot and humpback whales in their natural environment, and find out how captive whales teach us more about the majestic species that was once feared and hunted to near extinction. It s a breath-taking up-close look at The Great Whales. DVD 4: Surviving Paradise: Hawaiian Monk Seals Travel to Hawaii where there is an ancient species fighting for its life. After remaining nearly unchanged for 15 million years, the Hawaiian monk seal is now one of Earth s most endangered creatures. Join a team from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association as they brave the ocean depths with the help of Crittercam to find out what is killing these extraordinary marine animals and why the Hawaiian monk seal is having trouble Surviving Paradise.
    Blue Earth - Nature Video - DVD.
  11. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    75 Minutes. Origins of Life invites us to an extraordinary adventure: 4 billion years in the ocean, from the beginning of life until that incredible moment when the first vertebrate emerged onto dry land and opened the path to the conquest of the continents. With fascinating footage applying micro and macro-cinematography techniques filming creatures that are still alive today, Origins of Life shows how life forms diversified after the first bacteria appeared. Enhanced by spellbinding music by Bruno Coulais (Microcosmos, Himalaya) this film is a majestic invitation to dive into the heart of the origins of life.
    Origins of Life: 4 Billion Years in the Ocean - Nature Video - DVD.
  12. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : NATR

    Approximately 2 Hours. Program 1: Land of the Falling Lakes - In the heart of Croatia lies a hidden treasure--Plitvice Lakes National Park. This extraordinary natural preserve is a fairy tale world that has lain undisturbed for centuries. That is, until Civil War tore the Balkans apart a decade ago. But, Plitvice has an almost supernatural ability to regenerate and heal itself. The restless landscape is constantly in motion, continually building new waterfalls and pools, merging its elements to create a place like no other. In this spellbinding episode from the award-winning PBS series, witness the savagery and splendor of nature that has created a kingdom formed, and ruled, by water. Here, one of the continent's largest population of brown bears, packs of wolves and lynx, and a host of other rare and remarkable creatures that have all but disappeared elsewhere, seek safe haven. Each season brings its own unique beauty to one of the last ancient European forests and an unparalleled world of crystal-clear lakes that flow into one another through a series of spectacular terraces and cascading waterfalls. It is a land of wonders. Program 2: Ireland - From its ocean shores and wooded glens to its isolated mountains, Ireland's breathtaking landscapes seem untouched by time. Narrated by Jason O'Mara, this enchanting episode from public television's honored natural history series etches a vivid portrait of the Emerald Isle, graced with a host of plants and animals that thrive in one of the most varied landscapes in Europe. Rare native flowers, colonies of sea birds, dolphins and peregrine falcons, and the legendary racehorses of the Irish National Stud are only part of Ireland's fascinating story. Ireland's timeless beauty has survived the ages. But, what is old to us is still young to the land, which has been transformed again and again. Sheathed in ice; sculpted by retreating glaciers; covered in vast forests of oak; reshaped by human history; Ireland's story is still unfolding.
    Europe's Enchanted Lands - Nature Video - DVD.
  13. $39.95 set of 2 DVD + $5.80 p&h or $14.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BBCV

    BBC Video. DVD. 4 Hours and 54 Minutes.
    BBC Atlas of the Natural World - Wild South America.
  14. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX

    40 Minutes. Originally produced for IMAX theaters, this documentary (with some re-creations), focuses on an expedition which set out to climb the famed mountain in the spring of 1996. Narrated by Liam Neeson and featuring the standard beautiful photography characteristic of IMAX productions. Imax - Everest Reviews: "...EVEREST not only shows us the beauty of the mountain, it also details how painfully arduous getting up and down on it is..." -- Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times "...What makes Everest such a stunning picture is that it transports the audience to another world where the athletes don't just want to reach the top of the mountain. They are compelled to..." -- Jae-Ha Kim, Chicago Sun-Times.
    Everest - Nature Video - DVD.
  15. $49.95 DVD set of 3 + $6.80 p&h or $14.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : IMAX

    3-Pack. IMAX presents a compilation of three films focused on nature at her most violent--erupting volcanoes: GENESIS - An amazing look at out how planet earth came to be, including spectacular footage of volcanic eruptions, which continually reshape the earth's surface. RING OF FIRE - A truly awesome view of the volcanic Pacific Rim in action, originally filmed in the IMAX format for maximum visual impact. ERUPTION OF MOUNT ST. HELENS - A document chronicling the destruction which ensued from the explosion of the St. Helens volcano, one of the most famous disasters in American history. Shot in the IMAX format, the film includes the original helicopter footage taken while searching for survivors amidst the mud and dust, juxtaposed against recent footage showing how nature has healed the land.
    Fire & Fury - Nature Video - DVD.
  16. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : QUES

    125 Minutes. Bubbling, churning, cascading, flowing, water is always on the move. Witness all phases of the water cycle, and its vital role in creating and perpetuating ecosystems that astound the imagintion, including tropical rainforests and deserts. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedentedvisual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved.
    Water Life: Water's Journey - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
  17. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : QUES

    125 Minutes. Oceans cover 70 percent of the Earth's surface, but there is still much to learn about them. Immerse yourself in this mysterious and miraculous world. Seabeds, rocky cliffs, and coastlines pounded by the sea are home to a multitude of creatures that have developed ingenious ways to adapt to their environments and fend off predators. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedented visual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved.
    Water Life: The Big Blue - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
  18. $29.95 DVD Blu-ray All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : QUES

    125 Minutes. From wild and pure mountain lakes, where rivers begin, to magnificent coral reefs constructed by millions of coral polyps, this is an epic portrait of life's rich diversity. It presents eye-opening testimony to the dangers that threaten this precious, non-renewable resource. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedented visual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved.
    Water Life: Planet Water - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
  19. $79.95 DVD Blu-ray set of 3 All Regions Worldwide + $8.50 p&h or $18.50 foreign delivery

    Item Code : QUES

    Boxed Set - Blu-ray DVD. 375 Minutes. Take an unprecedented visual journey into Planet Water. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedented visual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved. Learn the impact of climate change, pollution and other factors that are changing the environment and affecting each and every one of us.
    Water Life - Nature Video.
  20. $59.95 DVD set of 6All Regions Worldwide + $8.50 p&h or $18.50 foreign delivery

    Item Code : QUES

    650 Minutes. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedented visual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved. Disc 1: A World of Water Dive into the Blue Planet and discover amazing and diverse worlds brimming with color and life. From tropical rainforests to coral reefs, miraculous and mysterious water holds the secrets to life on Earth in every drop. Also includes the programs The Wandering Water, Where Water is Born, Liquid Roads and The Quiet Flow Disc 2: Soup of Life Freshwater ecosystems barely make up one percent of the earth's surface, but 40 percent of the world species live here. There is non-stop drama in the calm and dense waters of the wetlands, beginning with algae that are the basis for a remarkably active food chain. Also includes the programs Dark Water, Useful Water, Water's Skin and Protective Water Disc 3: Jungle Water Rainforests are as much a mystery as the ocean depths. Explore the most fertile, varied, and surprising ecosystem on the planet, home to plants and animals still unknown to us. What makes the rainforest so unique? The answer is often water! Also includes the programs Borrowed Water, Fleeting Water and Salt Forests Disc 4: Extreme Water Salt mines, salt flats, and salt marshes would seem to be inhospitable, but these strange and solitary places with their otherworldly landscapes are home to genuinely tough creatures that have adapted to living in water with high levels of salinity. Also includes the programs Kingdom of Ties, The Frontier of the Sea and On the Seaside Disc 5: The Big Blue The open sea is the largest ecosystem, and also the least known. It would take up to ten centuries of intensive work to inventory the marine species to be found here. Whales, sharks, jellyfish, and migrating sea turtles are just some of the awe-inspiring creatures featured in this compelling program. Also includes the programs Under the Sea, In Sight of the Coast and The Underwater City Disc 6: Water s Pulse Pollution, uncontrolled fishing, and other factors are having a devastating impact on ecosystems. As rainforests, rivers, seas, and wetlands are imperiled, so is the very existence of the species that inhabit them.
    Water Life - Nature Video - Boxed Set - DVD.