March. 29,2017      
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Consistently stunning documentaries transport viewers to far-flung locations ranging from the torrid African plains to the chilly splendours of icy Antarctica. The show's primary focus is on animals and ecosystems around the world. A comic book based on the show, meant to be used an as educational tool for kids, was briefly distributed to museums and schools at no cost in the mid-2000s.


Season 35
Season 35 2016
Season 34
Season 34 2015
Season 33
Season 33 2014
Season 32
Season 32 2013
Season 31
Season 31 2012
Season 30
Season 30 2011
Season 29
Season 29 2010
Season 28
Season 28 2009
Season 27
Season 27 2008
Season 26
Season 26 2007
Season 25
Season 25 2006
Season 24
Season 24 2005
Season 23
Season 23 2004
Season 22
Season 22 2003
Season 21
Season 21 2002
Season 20
Season 20 2001
Season 19
Season 19 2000
Season 18
Season 18 1999
Season 17
Season 17 1998
Season 16
Season 16 1997
Season 15
Season 15 1996
Season 14
Season 14 1995
Season 13
Season 13 1994
Season 12
Season 12 1993
Season 11
Season 11 1992
Season 10
Season 10 1991
Season 9
Season 9 1990
Season 8
Season 8 1989
Season 7
Season 7 1988
Season 6
Season 6 1987
Season 5
Season 5 1986
Season 4
Season 4 1985
Season 3
Season 3 1984
Season 2
Season 2 1983
Season 1
Season 1 1982

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