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The Continents

The Continents

The seven continents of the world are made up of four continuous landmasses.

In Photos: Super Volcano

Super Volcano in Photos

Super Volcano whether Yellowstone could turn in to a super volcano.

In Photos: How to Grow a Planet

How to Grow a Planet in Photos

Photos taken during filming of the documentary series.

Science Zone Trailer

Science Zone Trailer

Science Zone, weeknights at 10pm.

In Photos: Mountains

Mountains in Photos

See pictures of some of the world's most amazing mountains.

In Photos: Voyage of the Continents

Voyage of the Continents in Photos

Massive tectonic forces have sculpted and re-sculpted our world in a never-ending journey.

In Photos: Land: Richard Hammond's Journey To The Centre Of The Earth

Land: Richard Hammond's Journey To The Centre Of The Earth in Photos

Richard Hammond investigates the workings of Earth.

In Photos: Amazing Planet

Amazing Planet in Photos

Photos of the Earth's raw power taken from the series Amazing Planet.

Life On Fire Trailer

Life On Fire Trailer

Life on Fire is an earth shattering series.

Attenborough on The Unexplored Earth

Attenborough on The Unexplored Earth

Sir David Attenborough talks about giant underground caves.

Tidal Sea Facts

Tidal Sea Facts

The movement of the tides is caused by rotation of the Moon and the Earth.

Iain Stewart Profile

Iain Stewart Profile

Scottish geologist and professor of Geoscience Communication.

Trek to Everest Base Camp

Trek to Everest Base Camp

October brings near-perfect post-monsoon weather for trekking in Nepal.

Earthquake Facts

Earthquake Facts

Learn more about the deadly power of earthquakes.

Volcano Facts

Volcano Facts

The word volcano comes from the Italian island of vulcano, meaning "burning mountain".

Krakatoa Facts

Krakatoa Facts

Located in the Sunda Strait, Krakatoa is arguably the most famous volcano of all time.