Friday, October 22, 2010

Watch "Great Migrations" Series On National Geographic Channel

With the theme “Move as millions. Survive as one,” FOX's National Geographic Channel (NGC)will feature the "Great Migrations" series soon.

Narrated by Alec Baldwin, National Geographic Channel’s (NGC) Great Migrations is a documentary on a global initiative in National Geographic Society’s storied 122-year history. Shot in 20 countries for over 2 years, Great Migrations is a global programming event that takes viewers around the world on the arduous journeys millions of animals undertake to ensure the survival of their species.
National Geographic Channel's Great Migrations

With shots on land and air, witness cliff-blinds, ice floes, and the stunning beauty of animals in action. The migration stories is underscored by a new focus on these species’ fragile existence and their life-and-death quest for survival in an ever-changing world.

We enjoyed a teaser and episode one with National Geographic Channel and FOX International Channels Territory Director Jude Turcuato last October 19, 2010 at the Cinema 5 of Greenbelt 3 in Makati City. WWF-Philippines CEO and Vice-Chairman Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan (Lory Tan) was guest and speaker who shared some eye-opening information about animal migration in our own country, the Philippines.

Witness Monarch Butteflies, army ants, red crabs, whales, zebras, and more as they go places to look for food and survive from being 'the food' along the way.

Check out this teaser ftom YouTube:

"Great Migrations" 9pm (GMT +8) Seven Sundays starting Nov 7, 2010
Catch the awesome "Great Migrations"  TV series for seven (7) consecutive Sundays every 9pm on National Geographic Channel starting November 7, 2010. Check out .Take it from someone who have watched Episode 1. :)

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