Follow a team of paleoclimatologists as they unlock the secrets of the Earth's climate in a seemingly unlikely place: caves. Ancient Caves immerses you in these vast underground worlds where you'll see stalagmite samples that are geologic "fingerprints" that reveal clues about our planet's climate history. You'll follow the team to some of the world's most remote caves, above and below water, in France, Iceland, the Bahamas, the United States and Mexico. Narrated by Bryan Cranston.

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Scientist looking to their left inside of a large cave. The Sciectist is in a yellow raft atop blue water.
Two people in diving gear emerging from the water surrounded by oxygen tanks in an outdoor environment.
Two researchers look at data inside of a lab.
A cave diver lowering themselves into a large cave.
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