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25 years of Nature

Since 1982, the PBS program "Nature" has roamed far and wide to capture the full experience of life on the planet. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, "Nature" put together riveting scenes from many of its most memorable programs. From birth and perilous baby steps to the fight against predators and the struggle to reproduce, "The Best of Nature -- 25 Years" embodies the arc of wildlife existence. Hosted by 20/20's Lynn Sherr, "The Best of Nature -- 25 Years" premieres Sunday, Jan. 14, on PBS. Check local listings for times, and check out stills from some of the featured segments now.

Go to number 5 on the pictures and click on it. Couldn't put the exact link here because it's a javascript.

They showed two elephants that hadn't seen each other in over 20 years. They were so thrilled to see each other, they tore apart the barrier between them to be together. Also showed a woman that taught two chimps 25 years ago being reunited with them and them welcoming her. Sounds like something to record and keep.

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We like to watch the evolution programs

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and throw rotten tomatoes at the screen. Happy

Seriously, very informative shows. Just scratches the surface of what's out there, of course.

Related: I'm taking a course in garden pests at the local college, and the instructor says he thinks horror movie makers get their monsters from nature - fangs, armor plate, poison glands and all. And that's just the insects!

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They showed those 2 video clips...

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.... on "Good Morniing, America" this morning. Both were quite moving. There was no doubt how happy the elephants were to see each other, and the chimps to see their former trainer. (And her feeling was mutual!)

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