Power of Scent • 2021 • episode "S1E4" Welcome to Earth

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Will Smith pursues tiger sharks in the Pacific and explores the power of smell in the process.

Welcome to Earth • 2021 • 6 episodes •

The Silent Roar

Will Smith discovers a whole new world of sound inside a live volcano.

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Descent into Darkness

Will Smith heads to the bottom of the ocean to discover a world of color in the dark.

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Mind the Swarm

Will Smith heads to the Serengeti to catch a glimpse of one of Earth's greatest migrations.

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Power of Scent

Will Smith pursues tiger sharks in the Pacific and explores the power of smell in the process.

2021 • Nature

Speed of Life

Will Smith discovers hidden worlds in the middle of the planet's oldest desert.

2021 • Nature

Beyond Fear

Will Smith heads to the powerful white-water rapids of Iceland to confront his fears.

2021 • Environment

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