Science and Nature

To the Ends of the Earth

Most of us will never experience first-hand the wonders of the wild places on Earth. Through a photographer's lens, we can vicariously enjoy the incredible landscape of the world and its amazing creatures. The visually stunning program features the photography of award-winning wildlife photographer Todd Gustafson, and is narrated by renowned primatologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall.

The Natural World - Oceans

53m 59s

The newest documentary in the To the Ends of the Earth series is “Oceans.” Wildlife photographer Todd Gustafson shares insights on sea life and brings us on an underwater exploration of the world’s tropical seas. Through Todd’s lens the viewer is treated to an eye-level view of stunning underwater life. Coral reefs, whale sharks, giant manta rays, and more are represented.

Episodes

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    The Natural World - Oceans

    53m 59s

    The newest documentary in the To the Ends of the Earth series is “Oceans.” Wildlife photographer Todd Gustafson shares insights on sea life and brings us on an underwater exploration of the world’s tropical seas. Through Todd’s lens the viewer is treated to an eye-level view of stunning underwater life. Coral reefs, whale sharks, giant manta rays, and more are represented.

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    The Natural World - Pushing Boundaries

    56m 58s

    Through the lens of photographer Todd Gustafson’s camera, the documentary explores expanded horizons, traveling from the driest deserts in Africa to the “roof of the world” in the Himalayas. Employing both powerful fisheye lenses to capture panoramic vistas, and macro lenses that give a close, intimate view of tiny creatures, the hour-long documentary tells stories of evolution and adaptation.

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    To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa

    57m 43s

    A breathtaking virtual tour of East Africa, showcasing the many wondrous animals that live there.Through a photographer's lens, enjoy the incredible landscape of East Africa and the amazing creatures that inhabit it.Over the course of an hour, viewers discover the life-and-death, day-to-day existence of these creatures as they struggle to survive in an environment that is slowly disappearing.

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