National Geographic: Down to the Earth’s Core

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"Learn about what is going on under your feet as National Geographic plunges into Earth’s depths to reveal the history of our world and what is below us.

This documentary includes info on how the earth was formed, what major changes have happened since the dinosaurs and how the world is changing now."

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