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National Geographic Offers Exclusive Videos of Thornberrys

Fans of the animated Nickelodeon series, THE WILD THORNBERRYS, can now join Eliza Thornberry and her family on their cross-continental adventures with an exclusive offer through National Geographic. The two VHS sets follow the Thornberrys as they trek through Africa and Australia filming wildlife documentaries and getting mixed up in their crazy adventures along the way. Available exclusively through National Geographic, the two video sets can be purchased by calling 1-800-627-5162 or by ordering online at

The "Adventures in Africa" three-volume set (132 minutes), available on VHS only for $39.95, includes six wild episodes of the series, including "Forget Me Not," "Cheetahs Never Prosper," "Naimina Enkiyio," "The Kung and I," "Flood Warning" and "Gift of Gab," which features the incredible story behind Eliza's amazing ability to talk to animals.

The "Adventures Down Under" two-volume set (88 minutes), available on VHS only for $29.95, includes four adventure-filled episodes of THE WILD THORNBERRYS, including "Koality and Kuantity," "Dances with Dingoes," "Reef Grief" and "Pal Joey." In the "Down Under" series, viewers will venture to Australia, where they follow Eliza and her family from the wild Tasmanian rainforests all the way up the Australian coast to the adventurous Great Barrier Reef, home to all sorts of outlandish fish and marine life.

Enclosed in custom slipcases, the two sets feature episodes that are available for the first time on video in the U.S., only through National Geographic.

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