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Rain Forest: Heroes of the High Frontier (1999) 
Rain Forest: Heroes of the High Frontier follows several nimble explorers into the upper reaches of the rain-forest canopy, where more than half of the Earth's species sprout, hatch, or wriggle their way into the world. Creative camerawork, clever editing, and a playful musical score lend a distinctive personality to the film and make it one of National Geographic's most enjoyable.

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Eyewitness:Tree (1996) 
Tree is both an entertaining and educational exposition on these silent sentinels that make this world livable for so many life forms including ourselves. With the lovely voice of Martin Sheen narrating, this documentary is split into several sections, starting with how trees are found in mythologies from all cultures, and then going on to describe the three main types of trees: conifers, palm and broadleaf. Sheen gives a brief definition of what defines a tree from the sequoia to a bonsai before describing where trees are found on the planet, and why they don't grow at high altitudes or in the icy wastes of the Arctic poles. Learn about the many different resources trees provide, from life-saving medicines to timber for housing. 
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Living Edens, The: Manu, Peru's Hidden Rain Forest (1998)
Here, torrential rains annually transform the dry forest floor into a watery world where some of the most extraordinary and uncommon wildlife flourish.This film is an eloquent warning of the natural wonders we stand to lose on a world scale if human encroachment of the world's rain forests continues. 

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National Geographic's Amazon: Land of the Flooded Forest (1990) 
Journey into a tropical jungle of staggering beauty.
This beautiful documentary explores one of the most unusual geographic regions on earth, where
water and land life intermingle six months of the year. When rains raise the Amazon river basin into
the treetops, fish feed off fruit trees and families hurry to hoist their floorboards above water level.
Guided by an expert Amazon biologist, National Geographic's cameras capture in lush color some
of the forest's most intimate events.
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National Geographic's Rain Forest (1983) 
Fascinating and thought-provoking, this film is an eloquent warning of the natural wonders we stand to lose on a world scale if human encroachment of the world's rain forests continues. Watch a deadly coral snake grab a drink, a mother sloth s-l-o-w-l-y take her baby for a walk, and a colony of ants defend its home (an acacia tree) from encroaching vines and grasshoppers. Learn the secrets of the wily anole as it stalks its prey and finds a mate, and witness the basilisk lizard literally walk on water! 
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National Geographic's Really Wild Animals: 
Totally Tropical Rain Forest (1994)
Explore the life-filled rain forest, where there's a greater variety of plants and animals than anywhere else on earth. In the tropical forests of Central and South America, you'll meet spotted jaguars, colorful poison-arrow frogs, slow-moving sloths, and loud-mouthed howler monkeys - all captured by the world's finest filmmakers. Exciting music videos celebrate the wonderfully weird creatures that live from the shady forest floor to the sunny treetop canopy.
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