Top 5 National Geographic Videos of 2014

In a year filled with compelling stories, some really stand out. Below is a list of our top 5 videos from 2014.

In a year filled with compelling stories, some really stand out. Below is a list of our top 5 videos from 2014. We hope you find them as interesting and moving as we do.

The topics range from health and geopolitics to dogs and cats … What's our number one? Read on.

5. Eyes: The Windows to Your Health

They say that eyes are the window to the soul. But we were amazed to find how much they can tell us about our overall health.

4. Rare Look Inside North Korea's Capital City

Through the lens of two filmmakers we were given rare access to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. We were intrigued to get such a rare view inside this mostly closed-to-the-outside country.

3. Where Your Cat Goes May Blow Your Mind

This video blew our minds, too. Never did we think domestic cats were such intrepid explorers.

2. Soldier Adopts Dog That Saved His Life

We were moved in reporting about the bond between soldier and dog on the front lines. Their story gave us a newfound respect for the role that canines play in helping soldiers stay safe, and for the sacrifices they're asked to make.

1. Two Blind Sisters See for the First Time

This powerful video touched us with its story of these two sisters and their family. It brought to our attention the plight of so many people desperate for help that is so close, yet so far.

To see all of our videos, click here. Let us know which of our videos you would add to the list!

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