This Lioness Wants to Steal a Crocodile’s Lunch 🥩 Big Cat Country | Smithsonian Channel

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A careless young hippo calf is dragged away by a crocodile as a pride of hungry lions look on. One of the lionesses wades into the water in a foolhardy attempt to steal the kill. #BigCatCountry #PunksOnTheRun #SmithsonianChannel From Big Cat Country: https://bit.ly/3j4hgkh Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel: https://bit.ly/2FE6OSh Twitter:>>>

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The Shift in Prehistoric Apex Predators 🦖 Dinosaur Cold Case | Smithsonian Channel

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At the end of the Cretaceous period, only one mega-predatory dinosaur ruled North America: Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Borealopelta was alive around the mid-cretaceous era, so eyes turn to one of T-Rex’s ancestors to figure out why it disappeared. #DinosaurColdCase #SmithsonianChannel From Dinosaur Cold Case: https://bit.ly/3kwPBcp Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel:>>>

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Newby Hall’s Miniature Steam Train 🚂 An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates | Smithsonian

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It’s time for our hostess Julie Montagu, aka Viscountess Hinchingbrooke, to reconnect with her inner child. She’s taking a ride on one of Newby Hall’s main attractions: a miniature steam train! #NewbyHall #GuideToGreatEstates #SmithsonianChannel From the Series: An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates https://bit.ly/2YK7Yn4 Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel:>>>

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LA Welcomes a Camera Maker Fleeing Nazis 📷 America in Color | Smithsonian Channel

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In 1938, a German-Jewish businessman, Benno Thorsch, traded his camera factory in Dresden for a new life in Detroit and, later, Los Angeles. With the rise of the Third Reich, it was a move that almost certainly saved his family’s life from the Nazis. And as a young boy, Steven>>>

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Aerial Britain: Southern England FULL Episode 🇬🇧 Smithsonian Channel

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When you take flight over Britain, you encounter more than picturesque landscapes, historical monuments, and engineering wonders. You become immersed in a world of mythical heroes, proud cultures, and thousands of years of rich history. Soar over the moorlands and cliffs of Northern and Southern England, the fairy-tale castles of>>>

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Cher’s Elephant Airlift (wt) 🐘 The Journey to Save Kaavan Premieres 2021 | Smithsonian Channel

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Smithsonian Channel has begun production on an exclusive documentary following the one and only Cher as she embarks on the adventure of a lifetime to save the “world’s loneliest elephant.” CHER’S ELEPHANT AIRLIFT (wt) will follow an urgent yet captivating journey to save Kaavan, a male Asian elephant who has>>>

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LIVE: The Wild World of Snakes | 24-Hour Marathon

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This week’s livestream is a selection of some of our most popular snake documentaries! Featuring Great Snakes, Black Mamba: Kiss of Death, Cobra King, Viper Queens, Queen of the Pythons, and Rattlesnake Road Trip, we delve into the fascinating world of snakes. #SmithsonianChannel #Snakes Original Author: Produced by Smithsonian Channel and>>>

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Being Queen Bee Doesn’t Mean a Life of Luxury in the Hive 🐝 Smithsonian Channel

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Despite their name, queen bees don’t live a life of leisure. In fact, queens that survive the winter have to find a new site for their colony, forage for food, lay eggs, and feed their growing larvae – singlehandedly. #QueenBee #SmithsonianChannel Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel: https://bit.ly/2FE6OSh Twitter: https://bit.ly/33lH712 Instagram:>>>

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Viking Woman Signe Was an Acclaimed 10th Century Fighter 🗡️ Epic Warrior Women | Smithsonian Channel

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Signe was a great female Viking warrior and a protector of the wealthy trading town of Birka. When she died, she was honored with a lavish funeral and a grave full of weapons and valuable possessions. #EpicWarriorWomen #Vikings #SmithsonianChannel From Epic Warrior Women: Vikings: https://bit.ly/32kOlD2 Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel:>>>

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Unlocking The Montagu Family Tree History 🌳 Boughton House | Smithsonian Channel

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Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke, knew she had married into a noble English family whose roots go back to the time of King Edward I. But seeing the family coat of arms in the Boughton House is when it all hit home. #Montagu #GuideToGreatEstates #SmithsonianChannel From An American Aristocrat’s Guide to>>>

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