2.Kimchi: A Story of Love and Patience
3.Smashing Stereotypes in Synchronized Swimming
4.These Ice Swimmers Battle Frozen Death with Every Stroke | That's Amazing
5.Pioneering Our Planet’s Cutting Edge
6.Why Is the ‘Mona Lisa’ So Famous?
7.Riding Silk: Swimming with Horses in Jamaica
8.Candy Craftsmanship: Korea's First Family of a Classic Confection
9.Finding a Second Life on a Camel Farm
10.Why This Olympic Swimmer Left Medicine for MMA
11.This Thanksgiving, Pass the Tofurky!
12.Sweet Dreams Are Made of This: Doughnuts and the American Dream
13.Searching for Sacred Fruit in Italy
14.France’s Age-Old Tradition of Hand Making Paper
15.The Oldest Tattooing Family in the World
16.France’s Long Tradition of Water Jousting
17.Preserving the Ancient Art of Shadow Puppetry
18.The Swiss Art of Papercutting
19.The Last of Switzerland’s Cowbell Makers
20.In the Age of Tinder, Ireland’s Matchmaker Still Makes Love Connections
21.The Handmade Art of Tarot Cards
22.In Japan, This Black Vinegar Is Aged Like Wine
23.This Is the Price You Pay for Good Incense in Hong Kong
24.It’s Called Hurling, It’s Irish and It’s the Fastest Game On Grass
25.Swimming Through the Wall of Sharks
Every day is hump day in Gujarat, India. The rural area is famous for its swimming camels. How did these desert creatures get a taste for the sea? It’s the only way they can reach the mangroves where they feed. These Kharai camels—as they’re known—can actually swim nearly two miles in seawater. Jat Noor Mohammed’s family has been breeding and caring for these animals for generations. But, as new industries and climate change begin to destroy the mangroves that sustain these camels, his livelihood is under threat.
This Great Big Story was inspired by Genesis.
Gujarat, IndiaFull Map
200 videos | 637 min
23 videos | 67 min
13 videos | 58 min
5 videos | 14 min