Nat'L Geo Clasics: the Human Body (3pc) / (Ws Ac3)

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This informative release from National Geographic includes a series of documentaries about the sometimes unbelievable functions of the human body, including in-depth analysis of how our body builds, uses, and repairs skin, how a fetus develops in the womb, how the heart beats, and more.
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Overview

This informative release from National Geographic includes a series of documentaries about the sometimes unbelievable functions of the human body, including in-depth analysis of how our body builds, uses, and repairs skin, how a fetus develops in the womb, how the heart beats, and more.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/10/2012
  • UPC: 727994931607
  • Rating:

  • Source: Nat'l Geographic Vid
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 4:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,186

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 1: How to Build a Beating Heart/Skin
1. Chapter 1 [9:46]
2. Chapter 2 [8:58]
3. Chapter 3 [11:41]
4. Chapter 4 [14:59]
5. Chapter 5 [:17]
1. Chapter 1 [2:24]
2. Chapter 2 [3:28]
3. Chapter 3 [3:12]
4. Chapter 4 [6:02]
5. Chapter 5 [4:39]
6. Chapter 6 [5:55]
7. Chapter 7 [4:49]
8. Chapter 8 [7:31]
9. Chapter 9 [6:40]
10. Chapter 10 [7:46]
11. Chapter 11 [2:08]
12. Chapter 12 [:39]
13. Chapter 13 [:41]
Disc #2 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 2: In the Womb
1. Window on the Womb [3:19]
2. Gracefully Becoming One [6:49]
3. The Egg's Journey [8:37]
4. Becoming Human [6:54]
5. First Glimpse [8:36]
6. Second Trimester [12:21]
7. Sensory Development [17:58]
8. Hearing Heartbeats [8:44]
9. Memory Begins [3:53]
10. Final Phase [10:01]
11. On Her Own [1:30]
12. Credits [:30]
Disc #3 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 3: Incredible Human Machine
1. 1. Introduction [1:13]
2. 2. Amalgamation of Cells [2:28]
3. 3. Plenty of Skin [2:47]
4. 4. Slick Safety Net [4:34]
5. 5. Hungry Harvesters of Light [4:50]
6. 6. Much More than Hear [4:28]
7. 7. Vulnerable Instrument [8:53]
8. 8. Every New Breath [7:43]
9. 9. Blood Delivery System [5:19]
10. 10. Feed the Machine [9:42]
11. 11. Pushing Limits [8:30]
12. 12. Born and Shipped [6:52]
13. 13. Coaxing the Body [10:32]
14. 14. Keeping Tabs [6:09]
15. 15. Control the Flow [4:50]
16. 16. Meditation [4:56]
17. 17. Conclusion [1:45]
18. 18. End Credits [:16]
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Disc #1 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 1: How to Build a Beating Heart/Skin
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   How to Build a Beating Heart
   Skin
   Photo Gallery
   Credits
   How to Build a Beating Heart: Chapters
   Skin: Chapters
Disc #2 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 2: In the Womb
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   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Fertilization
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      Chromosomes
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      1st Cell Division
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      Embryonic Stage
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      Hands
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      Nervous System
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      Umbilical Cord & Placenta
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      Reproductive System
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      Eyes
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      Ultrasound Revolution
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   Credits
   More from National Geographic
      Recommended Programs
         China's Lost Girls
         The Incredible Human body
         30 Years of National Geographic Specials
      Experience National Geographic
         Welcome to the World of National Geographic
         NationalGeographic.com
         National Geographic Channel
Disc #3 -- National Geographic Classics: Human Body - Disc 3: Incredible Human Machine
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   Scene Selections
   Photo Gallery
   More from National Geographic
      Recommended Programs
         Inside the Living Body
         In the Womb
         Arctic Tale
      Experience National Geographic
         Welcome to the World of National Geographic
         NationalGeographic.com
         National Geographic Channel
   Credits
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2013

    Yuk! No where does this clearly state it is mainly showing scien

    Yuk! No where does this clearly state it is mainly showing scientists doing weird, cruel and bizarre experiments on animals, like growing an ear on a mouse or taking out an animals heart and trying to reactivate it. If you like Frankenstein science, you'll move this, but it is NOT about the Human Body, but about scientists torture chambers.

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