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NBC News meteorologist and co-anchor of the Saturday edition of "Today," Dylan Dreyer, helms this celebration of nature, which utilizes beautiful cinematography to create an up-close-and-personal experience with Earth's wild animals -- from polar bears in the Arctic to black bears in Montana. The show's unique platform brings the excitement of seeing creatures in their natural habitats into viewers' homes, where they can explore natural phenomena -- including the migration of 1.5 million animals across 500 miles of Africa -- they may otherwise never have the chance to experience.

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Cave bats in the jungles of Thailand; schools of salmon in the rivers of Alaska; a pack of wolves in the wilderness of Canada; alligators in the swamps of Georgia.
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Dylan explores the natural wonders of the world; the ancient Galapagos Islands; the largest fish on Earth; the remote islands off the coast of Mexico; the wild lands of western Europe.
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Dylan explores the wonders of Iceland; the history of Iceland's first communities; Iceland's changing landscapes; Iceland's famous hot springs; the modern challenges that threaten this ancient island nation.
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A tour of India's Kaziranga National Park; elephants; rhinoceros; tigers.
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A look at some of the most incredible and successful animals on Earth; massive colonies of bats in the jungles of Thailand; underground cities of ants in the western United States; communities of playful sea lions off the coast of California.
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Dylan Dreyer hosts a look at animals in their natural habitats.
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Dylan tours the mighty Okefenokee Swamp of southern Georgia; he comes face to face with the American alligator, witness the regenerative power of fire and discovers plants that bite.
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A tour of northern Spain; treacherous cliffs; majestic mountains; ancient cities; rich culture.
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The incredible ability of fire ants to overcome nearly every challenge that comes their way, and the scientists hoping to unlock their secrets.
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Dylan goes on an epic journey through Thailand's Khao Sok National Park; a biologist protects endangered elephants and explores an intricate system of caves looking for new species of bats; people who live and work in Thailand.
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The amazing animals, habitats and secrets of the Pacific Ocean; how the Pacific powers the climates of the world and affects every living thing on Earth; sharks, whales, sea lions, manta rays and an endless collection of other species.
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Dylan explores the Wupper River and its countless creatures and diverse habitats; the river's history, from medieval times to present day; the many ways wildlife has adapted and thrived through the centuries.
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An epic adventure through the vast delta of the Mississippi River; the Gulf of Mexico; New Orleans, La.; plantations; swamplands full of alligators; cattle country.
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Exploring some of the most intense and diverse environments on the planet, including the jungles of Southeast Asia, the deserts of Saudi Arabia, the mountain peaks of Africa, and the frozen tundras of Northern Sweden.
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A journey to one of the most active volcanoes of Alaska to explore a unique population of salmon.
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A journey through rugged terrain and extreme conditions to the very top of Africa's highest point.
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An adventure deep in the rainforests of Southeast Asia; the life cycles of some of our planet's most amazing insect species; mantis; beetles; butterflies.
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Alaskan black bears; the ecosystem of the Great Lakes; sturgeon conservation measures; Yellowstone National Park; Old Faithful.
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The stories and music of the Far North; the Inuit and the Saami; caribou and reindeer.
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Birds, hermit crabs, flying foxes and butterflies deal with eruptions on the volcanic island of New Britain off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
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The beauty, geothermal activity, and unique wildlife of the Yellowstone ecosystem; a river-running trip with the historic Hunt Party; inside the famous geyser Old Faithful.

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