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Sex in the Wild: Kangaroos

Join Joy and Mark in Australia to uncover the reproductive secrets of the pouch-wearing marsupials.

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MY WILD AFFAIR

The Rhino Who Joined the Family

Rescued from flooding caused by the damming of Africa's Zambezi River, Rupert, an orphaned black rhinoceros, was raised by wildlife vet Dr. John Condy, capturing the hearts of the vet's four children before his release into the wild.

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Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Monsters

Some 250 million years ago, some of the largest, most dangerous reptiles ruled this land.

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The Real Story Behind Legos

Ever wonder what’s behind those brightly-colored, plastic bricks from your childhood? By being unconventional, Lego has built a blockbuster global brand.

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Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes

Learn about the history of Earth through the lens of Australia, which is almost as old as the planet itself. Fossils reveal how life’s explosion in the ocean was recreated on dry land.

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MY WILD AFFAIR

The Elephant Who Found a Mom

Learn how the death of a baby elephant led to the rescue of more than 150 elephant orphans.

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NOVA

Separating Twins

Witness the extraordinary surgery that will allow twin girls, born joined at the head, to live separate lives.

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NOVA Labs

NOVA Labs is a digital platform where "citizen scientists" can actively participate in the scientific process. From predicting solar storms to tracking cloud movements, NOVA Labs participants can take part in real-world investigations by visualizing, analyzing, and sharing the same data that scientists use.

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