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A journey down the Mississippi River.

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aired 26 days ago
The struggles animals along the river face in the dead of winter.
aired 82 days ago
Melting snow and ice from across the watershed triggers a flood of biblical proportions, forcing the inhabitants to fight to survive.
aired 101 days ago
After joining an even more flooded Ohio River, the river heats up forming a huge flow of water that threatens destruction for man and beast alike.

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