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Remembering the 10-Year Anniversary of 9/11: This Week on Nat Geo

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9/11: 10th Anniversary
ALL DAY THIS SUNDAY starting at 12PM et/pt

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This Sunday, in remembrance of the 10 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we're presenting a lineup of some of our best 9/11 documentaries, including "Inside 9/11."

At 5P e/p, Inside 9/11 opens with the dramatic 1993 World Trade Center bombing and tracks terrorist activities aimed at U.S. targets throughout the 1990s.

At 7P e/p, the show continues with the horror and the heroism witnessed on September 11.

National Geographic's Remembering 9/11 Homepage >>

This Week's Highlights
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Secret Service Files
3 Episodes TONIGHT at 8P et/pt
Tonight, we present 3 episodes of Secret Service Files. Follow agents as they as they go undercover to infiltrate fraud rings and shut down counterfeit operations.
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Aftermath: Population Zero
THURSDAY at 9P et/pt
What would happen if every single person on Earth simply disappeared? Not dead, just gone. We'll examine the impact of human beings by seeing how Earth would adapt without us.
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Jurassic CSI: In the Flesh
- NEW - FRIDAY at 8P et/pt
What did dinosaurs really look like? Paleontologist Phil Manning tries to put scientifically accurate skin on a dinosaur. Using the latest technology, he creates a unique model to bring us closer to understanding how dinosaurs lived and behaved.
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Border Wars: Marijuana Airdrop
- NEW - SUNDAY at 10P et/pt
In Nogales, AZ, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents and officers dismantle a smuggler checkpoint in the remote desert section of Ajo and seize a vehicle carrying weapons and nearly $800,000 into Mexico.
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Frontier Force: Trailer Tricks
- NEW - TUES at 10P et/pt

From the Fort Peck Indian Reservation to the Ninemile Ranger Station, Montana's law enforcement battles everything from prostitution to animal herd corralling.
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What's on Nat Geo WILD
Crimes Against Nature: Blood Ivory
- NEW - TUE at 8P et/pt

Follow the Environmental Investigation Agency as they head to Hong Kong and China to investigate the world of elephant poaching and the international ivory trade.
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Prime-Time Schedule
Mon 9/5
Tue 9/6
Wed 9/7
Thu 9/8
Fri 9/9
Sat 9/10
Sun 9/11
8P et/pt
Secret Service Files: Undercover Miami
Alaksa Wing Men: Gold Rush
Border Wars: Contraband Highway
World's Biggest Cave
Jurassic CSI: In the Flesh
- NEW -
Alaska State Troopers: Operation Moose Decoy
Inside 9/11: Zero Hour
9P et/pt
Secret Service Files: Frontline New York
Frontier Force
Border Wars: 3,000-Pound Coke Bust
Aftermath: Population Zero
Peru with Cameron Diaz
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Yawanawa with Joaquin Phoenix
- NEW -
Frontier Force
George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview
10P et/pt
Secret Service Files: United Nations Lockdown
Frontier Force: Trailer Tricks
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Border Wars: Cocaine Sting
Unlikely Animal Friends
Frontier Force: Trailer Tricks
Border Wars: Marijuana Airdrop
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