National Geographic Channel's Great Migrations is a seven-part global television event that takes viewers around the world on the arduous journeys millions of animals undertake to ensure the survival of their species.
This 3yr production, filmed around the globe with cutting-edge technology, reveals four of the most remarkable animal movements. A young demolition team must lower an historic bridge to recycle 25,000 tons of steel, concrete, and rebar, all while testing their limits, fighting the elements, and racing against a ticking clock. Migrations are ticking clocks: Countless animals must move or die, driven by changing seasons, they are racing to reach their destination, before it's too late, to breed, feed or simply stay alive.

The wildebeest migration is considered one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on Earth, involving up to 1.5 million wildebeests as well as hundreds of thousands of other animals, including zebra and gazelle. Subscribe to National Geographic magazine and save. Print and digital editions available for as little as $12. Shot from land and air, in trees and cliff-blinds, on ice floes and underwater, Great Migrations tells the formidable, powerful stories of many of the planet's species and their movements, while revealing new scientific discoveries with breathtaking high-definition clarity.
Every day, trillions of creatures are on timeless journeys, moving in numbers, in search of greener pastures.

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