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20 Animals That Will Kill You
Wild animals kill thousands of people every day - and the most dangerous creatures may not be what you think. From Bengal tigers to elephants to mosquitos, animals can kill in a multitude of ways. Predators are obvious killers, but others defend their territory, attack in self-defense, or kill by sheer accident. Wildlife experts break down some of the most revealing attacks caught on tape to expose what animals kill the most people, how they kill, and why.
24/7 Wild: First Steps
First Steps [TV-PG]
24/7 Wild: Giant Leap
Giant Leap [TV-PG]
24/7 Wild: Going to Extremes
Going to Extremes [TV-PG]
24/7 Wild: High Stakes
High Stakes [TV-PG]
24/7 Wild: Make or Break
Make or Break [TV-PG]
24/7 Wild: Winners & Losers
Winners & Losers [TV-PG]
A Man Among Bears
After raising 50 black bear cubs, maverick bear expert Ben Kilham is out to prove that bears are far more intelligent and social than scientists believe.
A Man Among Wolves
Maverick researcher Shaun Ellis raises abandoned wolf cubs and teaches them, by example, how to survive in the wild -- living and behaving like them, howling, licking and snarling like them, even eating carcass meat like them.
A New Age of Exploration: National Geographic at 125
For well over a century the National Geographic Society has been synonymous with pioneering expeditions, groundbreaking discoveries and breathtaking imagery of world cultures and exotic locations. In celebration of the iconic yellow border's 125th anniversary, National Geographic Channel pays tribute to the hotshots, the mavericks and the best in their field who have devoted their lives to exploring the world around us and the groundbreaking discoveries that are making a difference.
A Penguin's Life
Nat Geo WILD's new special A Penguin's Life chronicles the everyday struggles of a colony of Emperor penguins. See firsthand how these penguin parents raise their chicks in just one season to survive on their own in the sea before the ice starts to melt. March along with these penguins as they protect their eggs in the harshest climate on Earth, trek over the ice in search of food, battle the feared leopard seal and make human parenting look easy.
A Wild Dog’s Tale
This is the story of Solo, a lonely African wild dog that has befriended a number of jackals and hyenas in the Okavango Delta. Solo has helped the jackals raise their pups as if they were her own. So strong is her desire for her own offspring that Solo kidnaps the young pups, preventing their parents from getting near. The pups love Solo: she feeds, grooms and protects them. But when a pack of wild dogs appears, Solo must make a choice -- stay with her adopted family or join her own kind.
Aerial Assassins
Just like lions or wolves, Harris hawks can down prey in packs with brutal efficiency - which goes against the long-held thinking that they were solo hunters. Now, we'll venture into the hostile Sonoran Desert using radical tracking techniques to witness this remarkable behavior. Big game tracker James Currie must track them down, but there's no guarantee when and where they'll hunt.
Africa's Deadliest
Africa’s Deadliest explores the deepest, darkest depths of Africa, to come face to face with the deadliest predators. Understand how this diverse landscape has sculpted an array of Africa’s predators and who has made it to the top of the food chain. From the dolphin armies of the ocean to the masters of ambush on the savannahs to the most poisonous reptiles of the deserts, discover the stealth, the speed, deception and weaponry of Africa’s Deadliest.
Africa's Great Rift: Chimps Among the Lakes
The salt lakes of the eastern Rift Valley and the lush volcanic mountains on the Rift's western arm lie a few hundred miles apart. Yet east and west are as different as day and night. Water makes the difference. In the east, water is rare, and the lakes are flat and salty. The west, however, contains rain forests as well as the world's second largest freshwater lake, Tanganyika, which harbors a breathtaking variety of fish.
Africa's Great Rift: Kingdom of the Cheetah
Mount Kilimanjaro and the Ngorongoro crater, Lake Nakuru and Lake Natron, Mount Meru and Mount Kenya are familiar names around the world – places millions of people think of as the embodiment of Africa. Indeed, all the world's dreams and visions of Africa's wilderness can be conjured with a single word: Serengeti. The Serengeti is a plateau in the borderland between Kenya and Tanzania, a grassland made possible by the fertile soil that resulted from the Rift Valley's wild volcanic era.
Africa's Great Rift: Where Continents Collide
The northern Rift Valley stretches from Ethiopia across the Red Sea to the Jordan River valley. It is the rift's wildest corner in every sense - harsh, hot and volcanically active. In the Afar Triangle, shared by Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti, three continental plates collide. Below the Earth's surface, hell breaks loose. The volcanic landscape spews sulfur, steam and fire, and reinvents itself every day.
Africa's Lost Eden
In 1977, civil war engulfed central Mozambique and close to one million people lost their lives. Many thousands of buffalo, zebra and hippos were slaughtered for meat, and elephants for ivory. The legendary Gorongosa Wildlife Park had become an empty Eden with a broken ecosystem. Africa's Lost Eden documents the extraordinary efforts of conservationists fighting to restore the park and replenish the animal populations.
Africa's Paradise of Thorns
In the Seregenti plains, Africa's garden of majestic umbrella thorn trees harbors a unique ecosystem of bush babies, chameleons, cocktail ants, and other wild wonders.
Africa's Thunder River
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Africa's Wild Coast
National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Mike Fay and Enric Sala are on a quest to protect the rich coastal waters of Gabon. Full of hippos, sharks and humpback whales, these waters are some of the last healthy oceans in western Africa, but illegal trawling, particularly industrial fishing, threatens the livelihood of these habitats. Their goal: Convince the current Gabonese president to extend and create new protected areas to save the uniquely remarkable life under these vulnerable seas.
Africa's Wild Eden
Venture into the African wilderness with wildlife biologist Mike Fay and National Geographic photographer Nick Nichols as they work to safeguard the future of Gabon's Loango National Park.
Africa: The Megaflyover
70,000 miles. 700 flying hours. 9,000 gallons of fuel. 20 different countries. Over 100,000 photographs. Welcome to AFRICA: The Megaflyover. National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Mike Fay takes viewers on a trans-continental journey on as he flies from the southern-most tip of Africa to the northern shores of Morocco. National Geographic Channel's cameras are with him every mile during the seven-month mission. Dr. Fay and his team risk their lives and sanity, nearly die from malaria, overcome sandstorms, bush fires and constantly struggle to keep their plane flying. Mike is driven by a personal mission to save what remains of Africa's wilderness from the worst excesses of the human species. Africa: The Megaflyover is in the great tradition of African explorers who took incredible risks and endured grueling hardships in the hope of advancing human knowledge.
Alaska Fish Wars
During the Alaskan summer, 400 vessels with unrelenting fishing captains race out into Cook Inlet in an intense competition to secure a share of the wild Alaskan salmon run worth 60 million dollars.
Alaska Fish Wars: Into the Hot Zone
It's the peak of Cook Inlet's salmon season -- these are the days when a fisherman can unload $30,000 of salmon in a single day and the competition can be fierce. Each captain makes the critical decision of where to drop their nets as some heed reports of the hot zone, while others defy the crowds. With an onslaught of fish around them, it's a race against time to pick the fish as quickly as possible and get the net back in the water before the fish leave the area.
Alaska Fish Wars: Monster Haul
Captain Dino lets his crew sleep in so they can recharge, but he finds himself in dangerous waters without a deckhand in sight. Taylor's patience is wearing thin and he pushes his crew even though they are visibly fatigued. Captain Wes has trouble finding the fish, but on his second try, he hits a huge set. Captain Gavin and Chris are exhausted from the long season and Gavin makes a costly mistake miscalculating the borders of the fishing zone.
Alaska Fish Wars: Rock the Boat
It's the second day of fishing on Cook Inlet and, after getting a taste of the profits that can be earned on the first opening, the fishermen are looking to fill their boats with wild Alaskan salmon. For some of the captains their decisions bring in profitable results, while others begin to second guess their skills. But inner battles aren't the only woes on the water as faulty gear plagues some of the men.
Alaska Fish Wars: Rush the Line
With the season almost upon them, the commercial salmon captains of Cook Inlet are ready to spring into action. The stakes are high as each fisherman has something to prove this season and the salmon run is predicted to be one of the largest in history. As the fishing season begins some captains hit the fish hard, while others have a tough time even getting to the grounds.
All Choked Up
All Choked Up [TV-G]
Alpha Dogs
Alpha Dogs follows Ken Licklider and his trainers, as they work tirelessly to produce working dogs for police and military personnel across the world. Each episode will chronicle the methods behind training both these dogs and soldiers, who in the end lead elite forces across the globe. With lives on the line, Vohne Liche Kennels works tirelessly to make sure every dog and person that leaves VLK is the best of the best. 
America the Wild
Somewhere deep in America’s big backyard, wild things are stalking their prey – little do they know, they are being hunted themselves; acclaimed wildlife tracker Casey Anderson camps out on a wild island to investigate aggressive Wolves, rappels into a cave in search of Vampire Bats, comes face-to-face with a rare herd of Alaska’s gargantuan Moose, slices his way through ‘Gator-Heaven’ in the Florida Everglades, helicopters in to witness a face-off between Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Lions and finally, goes into the heart of darkness to experience the unknown world of Yellowstone’s Grizzlies at night. 
America's Greatest Animals
Elephant. Leopard. Lion. Rhinoceros. Cape buffalo. A century ago, these iconic land animals of Africa were termed “the big five” by trophy hunters. They dominate the land with intelligence, charisma and courage. Truly Africa's finest. Now, go on a search to find America's “big five.” Can America compete with Africa's beasts? Twelve candidates with amazing characteristics are nominated, including caribou, grizzly bear, bald eagle, wolf and elk. Which ones are worthy of this honor?
America's Wild Spaces: Appalachian Trail
For more than half of the U.S. population, the Appalachian Trail is less than a day's drive away. Yet despite its proximity to many major cities like Atlanta and Boston, few truly know the splendor of this national treasure. NGC takes viewers off the beaten track to discover the remote and often unknown corners of the 5-million-step journey.
America's Wild Spaces: Canyonlands
Canyonlands is the little known jewel of the American National Parks. This stark landscape of extraordinary features contains more than three hundred thousand acres of desert wilderness, towering spires, high plateaus and spectacular canyons. But this rugged terrain is more than a pretty picture; it is a history book of time. Its stories stretch from the geologic forces that created this land, to the beginnings of life on earth and ancient people, to the cowboys and outlaws of the Old West.
America's Wild Spaces: Death Valley
It is the driest place in the U.S, with some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded. To forecast how global warming could impact this national park if temperatures rose a few degrees, we set out on an expedition through the Martian-like landscape to document the region's unique creatures. See how some scorpions thrive with a biological "antifreeze" running through their veins, plants live underground without water for months at a time and microorganisms exist by eating rocks.
America's Wild Spaces: Glacier National Park
Global warming is transforming Glacier National Park as its inhabitants race to adapt. As melting glaciers push some wildlife to the brink of extinction, other animals battle tirelessly to persist despite the rapidly warming environment - in what is truly one of America's Wildest Spaces. When we arrive at Blackfoot Glacier - once one of the park's largest - we'll witness the transformation taking place, from disappearing waterfalls to the newly uncovered sculpted landscape.
America's Wild Spaces: Grand Canyon
It hosts nearly 5 million tourists a year, but visitors see only a tiny fraction of the Grand Canyon's true beauty. Some of its backcountry has almost never felt the tread of a human foot. Even scientists know precious little about the canyon's 91 mammal species and more than 350 types of birds, its vegetation, and how and when it was formed. Now, NGC joins a rare scientific expedition to explore the canyon's entire 277-mile length.
America's Wild Spaces: Hidden Hawaii
Far in the Pacific, 250 miles from Honolulu, a hidden wilderness teems with life ... the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. In 2006, the islands were declared a national monument, in large part because of the area's more than 7,000 marine species. In this special, come aboard a voyage led by scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration who are researching disease-plagued coral reefs, endangered monk seals and the millions of birds nesting in the volcanic islands and atolls.
America's Wild Spaces: Pacific Crest Trail
The Pacific Crest Trail zigzags some 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada . It cuts through seven national Parks and 24 national forests as it travels through California, Oregon and Washington. It's a trail of ever-changing obstacles - from some of the highest mountain passes in the west to the hottest desert in the country. The two to three hundred hikers who attempt the PCT each year often find out quickly if they have what it takes for the journey ahead.
America's Wild Spaces: The Everglades
The Everglades' 1.5 million acres are home to some of the most unusual creatures on the planet -- carnivorous plants, amphibious birds, fish that breathe air and cacti that grow in water. To understand this remarkable ecosystem, we'll journey by foot, airboat, helicopter and kayak to explore its secrets. And none too soon -- as more water is diverted to the farmlands and rapidly growing cities of Florida, the Everglades and its many species are in danger.
America's Wild Spaces: Yellowstone
Life-changing encounters with the natural world await you off-road and beyond the tourist spots in a Yellowstone you've never seen. Get into the two million untouched acres where the bison and bears roam free.
America's Wild Spaces: Yosemite
Scale the largest granite monolith on Earth, see the tallest waterfall in North America, and touch a giant sequoia, the largest living thing in existence.
American Beaver
A "tail" of power, domination and triumph over adversity -- we'll follow this tireless engineer as she struggles to survive while facing the challenges of predators and the fury of the elements. Using a custom-designed camera system, NGC tracked the American beaver for one year to see how her constant need to build not only changes the terrain but also affect the species surrounding her.
American Serengeti
A team of dedicated scientists take on the historic conservation project of rebuilding the great American plains. More than 200 years ago, the Great Plains were an American Serengeti. Since then, human encroachment has slowly deteriorated the land and its wildlife. To rebuild an ecosystem on more than 3 million acres, conservationists must track and reintroduce populations of iconic American species, some on the brink of extinction. These include the bison, the pallid sturgeon and prairie dog.
An Animal #$*% My Vacation!
The big day has finally arrived. You've saved and looked forward to it all year. This is going to be the best vacation ever! But when you least expect it, you come face to face with a wild animal who wreaks havoc - with hilarious results. Using home videos and detailed re-enactments, tourists tell their tale of how an animal ruined their vacation. Top animal behaviorists analyze the footage and give us the animals' perspective of the events and how viewers should act if in a similar situation.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Dog That Battled the Bear
A husky battles a bear for hours to protect his owner. It all happened when a Canadian dogsled racer was attacked by a bear and climbed a tree to escape. The brave dog waged an hours-long battle to keep the bear away from the tree. Nat Geo WILD re-creates the dramatic incident.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Dog That Gave First Aid
Personal testimony, re-enactments and expert insight bring to life the remarkable story of how 80-year-old George Mitchell was motivated to stay alive by his dog, Frisky, after the two of them were trapped for hours in floods during Hurricane Katrina.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Dolphins That Saved the Surfer
A pod of wild dolphins take on a great white shark to save a surfer. When a California man was attacked by the shark, the dolphins formed a circle of safety around the injured surfer to prevent another, potentially fatal, strike. Experts give an insight as to what motivated the dolphins to go to the surfer's rescue.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Elephant That Rescued the Girl
A girl escapes a devastating tsunami thanks to an elephant with uncanny foresight of impending danger. Nat Geo WILD examines how the Thai elephant knew the tsunami was coming, and what triggered it to save the young girl.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Gorilla That Saved the Boy
When a 5-year-old boy falls into an enclosure at a New Jersey zoo, a silverback gorilla comes to his rescue. Instead of attacking the boy, the gorilla protects him, placing himself between the boy and the other members of the group.
An Animal Saved My Life: The Pig That Called for Help
A pet potbellied pig saves his owner. After the owner suffers a heart attack, the heroic pig stops traffic and somehow gets a Samaritan to follow it home and call emergency services.
Anaconda: Queen of the Serpents
The anaconda is known as terrifying killer snake. Now, imagine trying to capture one using your bare feet to wade through a murky marsh in search of the predator. We join a husband-and-wife research team, Dr. Jesus Rivas and Dr. Sarah Corey, on an expedition deep into the Venezuelan wetlands to study this misunderstood predator.
Animal Fight Night
Animal Fight Night is a 3-part series that features pound-for-pound battles between some of the biggest, baddest and often surprising fighters in the animal kingdom. From lions and hippos, to wolves, bison and crocs, contenders hail from across the globe. AFN delivers the bright lights, drama and testosterone of the UFC – dissects the science behind the tactics and bodily weapons that human champions wouldn't and couldn't employ.  No holds barred - anything goes in the wild.
Animal Fugitives: Backyard Buffalo
Animal Fugitives: Backyard Buffalo (aka Animal Fugitives 102) What happens when a buffalo goes off the deep end? Or when a herd of livestock go on the lam? The answers are spectacular animal antics all caught on tape. Animal Fugitives takes viewers inside the stories of hilarious, hairy, and thrilling animal escapes. These stories span the globe looking at what happens when wild animals escape captivity and go on the run, told using fantastic footage and first-hand accounts from both spectators and the dedicated law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. Buffalo in the backyard, a rogue monkeys, lambs on the run – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Fugitives: Break-In Gator
What happens when an alligator breaks into a home? Or when a sea lion boards a boat? The answers are spectacular animal antics all caught on tape. Animal Fugitives takes viewers inside the stories of hilarious, hairy, and thrilling animal escapes. These stories span the globe looking at what happens when wild animals escape captivity and go on the run, told using fantastic footage and first-hand accounts from both spectators and the dedicated law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. A break-in gator, an escaped otter, monkeys on the run – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Fugitives: Chimp Breakout
Animal Fugitives: Chimp Breakout (aka Animal Fugitives 101) What happens when a chimp goes loose in a neighborhood? Or when cows run amok on campus? The answers are spectacular animal antics all caught on tape. Animal Fugitives takes viewers inside the stories of hilarious, hairy, and thrilling animal escapes. These stories span the globe looking at what happens when wild animals escape captivity and go on the run, told using fantastic footage and first-hand accounts from both spectators and the dedicated law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. Breakout chimps, bat infestations, runaway emus – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Fugitives: Man vs. Moose
What happens when a massive moose gets loose? Or when a zebra holds up traffic in California? The answers are spectacular animal antics all caught on tape. Animal Fugitives takes viewers inside the stories of hilarious, hairy, and thrilling animal escapes. These stories span the globe looking at what happens when wild animals escape captivity and go on the run, told using fantastic footage and first-hand accounts from both spectators and the dedicated law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. A moose on the loose, a break-in grizzly, and a zebra stopping traffic – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Fugitives: Rodeo Bull Rampage
Animal Fugitives: Rodeo Bull Rampage 103-Imperial What do a rodeo bull goes on the rampage, a wily wolf going walkabout and a deer walking into a sports bar all have in common? They're all Animal Fugitives and they've all been caught on tape! We take viewers on a globe-trotting to find crazy footage of animals trying their best to avoid capture. All the stories are told with enlightening eye-witness accounts and illustrated by dramatic home movie footage from spectators and the law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. Wolves on the lam, a rampaging rodeo bull, and an escaped python – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Fugitives: Rowdy Reindeer
What happens when reindeer get rowdy? Or when pigs are on the run? The answers are spectacular animal antics all caught on tape. Animal Fugitives takes viewers inside the stories of hilarious, hairy, and thrilling animal escapes. These stories span the globe looking at what happens when wild animals escape captivity and go on the run, told using fantastic footage and first-hand accounts from both spectators and the dedicated law enforcement and animal control officials whose job it is to bring these renegades safely back into captivity. Runaway reindeer, pigs on the run – these are Animal Fugitives.
Animal Intervention
Animal advocate crusader Alison Eastwood, animal expert Donald Schultz, and activist Billy McNamara investigate cases of wild animals living in peril. The team receives tips, investigates, and then approaches the exotic animal owner to discuss possible relocations to safe and clean animal sanctuaries. They will also investigate cases of mistreated wild animals at magic shows, roadside zoos, and private ranches. Sometimes they are successful and at that point, a sanctuary is called in to pick up the animals.
Animal Mega Moves: Elephant Herd
A team of specialist animal movers attempts to capture and move a herd of several dozen elephants 250 miles across Africa to a special reserve. It's a huge challenge. The team uses helicopters to locate the herds in the bush, darts them to tranquilize them, then uses cranes to carefully lift them onto trucks and transports them by road to their new home. This unique mission is fraught with dangers and difficulties as the team races to identify, sort, capture and truck the living cargo to their new home safely.
Animal Mega Moves: Horses
A team of British vets and transport engineers attempts to move fifteen racehorses worth a total of $4 million over 6,000 miles from England to Hong Kong in a specially adapted Boeing 747 aircraft. We follow the horses being transported to Britain's 3rd busiest airport, Stansted, where they are loaded into special stalls and transferred into the cargo plane. The stalls are secured to the aircrafts fuselage to ensure they remain stable if the horses become agitated during the flight. During the 12-hour flight, a team of vets on-board monitors the horses to ensure they eat enough food and avoid dehydration.
Animal Mega Moves: Rhinos
A team of specialist animal movers attempts to move five mighty black rhinos about 1,000 miles across Africa by road and air to a reserve in Zambia to help save the species from extinction. Zambia was once home to 12,000 black rhinos. But heavy poaching wiped them all out, bringing this magnificent animal to the brink of extinction. This unique mission is fraught with dangers and difficulties as the team races to adapt a special cargo aircraft to transport the rhinos to their new reserve safely.
Animal Mega Moves: Sharks
A team of specialist animal movers attempts to fly a pair of ferocious silvertip sharks in an aircraft 6,000 miles from Australia to Dubai for a unique breeding program. The sharks are apex predators and have evolved to swim in the ocean. Keeping them alive onboard the aircraft is a huge challenge. This film follows the team constructing special water tanks to keep them alive en route. The 30-hour journey is a race against time to ensure the team delivers the sharks before the oxygen inside the tanks runs out.
Animal Oddities
Discover secrets of some of the world's most incredible creatures.
Animal Superpowers: Extreme Hunters
Patrick Stewart unravels the mysteries behind the hammerhead shark, the python and the sperm whale. In the Florida Keys see firsthand how the hammerhead shark can sense tiny electric fields given off by living creatures, and uses this ability to hunt its prey. In the Florida wetlands, an experiment illustrates how the python uses its unique heat-seeking ability to hunt at night. Near the islands of the Azores, we'll find out how the elusive sperm whale uses sound — not sight — to find food.
Animal Superpowers: Extreme Killers
Host Patrick Stewart takes us to England to examine the fastest creature on the planet – the peregrine falcon. A military-grade tracking device and high-speed cameras show how the falcon dives at 200 mph! In Alabama, uncover the secrets of the alligator's super jaw, which produces one of the strongest bites in the world. In the Amazon, the blind and mute army ant uses its superpowers to communicate with its colony and become a superorganism capable of killing prey 100 times its own size.
Animal Superpowers: Extreme Survivors
Patrick Stewart introduces remarkable creatures with seemingly magical skills. In Hawaii, the octopus is a master of disguise that changes color and skin texture to achieve the ultimate level of camouflage. In the Amazon, for the first time in over 70 years the voltage of an electric eel in the field is measured … and the results are “shocking.” In California see how the salamander regenerates body parts and explore what real-world implications understanding its biology could have for humans.
Animal Underworld
Henry Rollins explores the complex relationship between humans and animals.
Animals Gone Wild
How outrageous can the animal kingdom get? Whether it’s out-of-bounds behavior or savage instincts run amok, when animals act out they’re a force to be reckoned with. From the mysterious depths of the deep blue sea to the jungle’s untamed edge, see just how rough, rowdy, and lawless Mother Nature’s most unruly creatures can be. 
Animals Say the Wildest Things: America's Next Top Bison
Comedians provide voice-overs to natural history footage. In this episode tensions run high in the natural world as a young lion cub called Malcolm is lost at music festival, and there is tragedy for Candi as she attempts to become America's Next Top Bison.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Fugitive Fish
Come out with your fins up and your gills where I can see them! A fugitive fish on the run has the police scouring the ocean for clues, but they run into a bit of trouble trying to surround the criminal in open water.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Hyperactive Kangaroo
A young kangaroo has so much energy he thinks he can fly — until he crashes. Then, two monkeys have a close encounter with some uninvited aliens, and an evil clone giraffe goes on a kissing spree.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Karaoke Wolf
A soulful wolf puts on a bad rendition of Bad Romance that leaves the whole crowd howling. Later, a squirrel goes to work promoting his new CD, and two polar bear electricians try to figure out why their icebox isnt working.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Kung Fu Weasel
A young weasel practices his kung fu moves, while two young giraffes get stuck in quicksand. Then well meet Stevie Wonbear, a crab rapper and frogs on a school trip to France
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Lady Gaga Love
A group of comedians voice-over wildlife footage, giving their unique interpretation of life in the Animal Kingdom. These animals are gaga for Gaga. Comedians interpret a conversation between meerkats as if they were waiting in line for a Lady Gaga concert. Meanwhile, a chimpanzee's therapist helps him find some answers, but can't seem to help him find his pants.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Lizard Charades
No longer a teenager, and never really a mutant or a ninja, a former childhood star tells his tortoise tale of what life is like after celebrity. Then, a group of dragon lizards put their wits to the test in a game of charades.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Moonwalking Bird
Special guests Sharon and Ozzy Ozborne are the voices of two love birds. Like his real life persona, Ozzy forgets their anniversary, and adopts a new nickname "Lord of Barkness" while twig collecting. And a small exotic bird performs a moving tribute to Michael Jackson.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Owls on Jerry Springer
The drama unfolds like an episode of Jerry Springer when a jealous female owl catches another woman checking out her man… well eagle.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Singing Sharks
A school of singing sharks put their lyrical skills to the test when trying to impress an underwater camera crew. Then, a love stricken cheetah plans to ask for his girlfriend's paw in marriage, but is incessantly interrupted by a third wheel—her brother.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Water-Skiing Lion
Two drunken monkeys take a drink out of a cursed lake, while an adventurous lion tries to water-ski. Meanwhile, a pregnant tiger gets caught up in a cheating scandal and her mate is left wondering who the father is.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: World's Loneliest Tortoise
A group of comedians voice-over wildlife footage, giving their unique interpretation of life in the Animal Kingdom. In this episode, a group of vultures tease a lioness about her haircut, and some impatient penguins wait for a taxi.We'll also meet George, a lonesome and bitter turtle with a lot riding on his back.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Wu-Tang Crab
A comic take on the BBC's natural history archive, in which comedians provide voice-overs to BBC wildlife clips. In this episode, Sid the monkey is troubled by his conscience and the World's Strongest Roos get competitive.
Animals Say the Wildest Things: Zen Prairie Dog
Anyone up for a round of Quidditch? We'll tag along with a group of Harry Potter loving eagles ready to take to their broomsticks. Meanwhile, a mother prairie dog puts off dinner to feel the breeze and smell the blossom, but her state of relaxation is interrupted by her hungry kids
Ant Empire
Some species can support 100 times their own weight, run massive distances, and even stand upside down on glass-like surfaces. They have inhabited this planet for millions of years -- and yet still seem alien to us. Ants are some of the most fascinating and mystifying creatures on Earth, but what exactly is their secret? Nat Geo WILD gets up close with the mysterious world of these social insects thriving right below our feet.
Antzilla
Can a group of insects morph into a single creature? They can, when it's a group of ants. Their colonies are so in sync that some scientists call them a "superorganism" - where individuals act more like cells in one huge body. National Geographic's Antzilla reveals ants as you've never seen them before. New science explores how ants communicate, organize and make decisions, all in the blink of an eye. State of the art macro photography gets closer to these astonishing creatures than ever before revealing how a million tiny brains can accomplish wonders by working together as one.
Attack of the Killer Bees
A single swarm of Killer Bees can deploy 80,000 stingers, chase predators for a quarter of a mile, and bring down a creature as large as a horse. Expanding their range by 200 miles per year, killer bees have pushed farther north than many scientists thought possible and are now colonizing the southern United States. National Geographic Channel follows scientists, beekeepers and exterminators on a quest to stop the invading hordes in Explorer: Attack of the Killer Bees.
Attack of the Killer Whales
Off the coast of Alaska, thousands of orcas fight to the death to protect their bounty. They face hordes of great whales journeying to reach the summer's plentiful krill -- but no one will feast without a fight. Watch the drama unfold as the whales battle through this bloodbath to indulge in the plentiful seas beyond. For the first time ever, this fierce confrontation has been captured from land, sea and air and displays just how ruthless these orca whales can be.
Attenborough's Ark
Join filmmaker and naturalist David Attenborough as he reveals the 10 "chosen" creatures that he'd most like to save from extinction. While tigers, pandas and polar bears make headlines, Attenborough's ark would be filled with species that don't always receive the same attention. And meet the people protecting these animals, explore the techniques that researchers have devised to ensure their survival and see the lengths to which conservationists will go to in the struggle to save a species.
Australia's Deadliest
Australia is a country of vast landscapes and raw beauty, and home to some of the most venomous and deadly animals in the world. These predators can kill a human in seconds. In this incredible new series, we tell real life survival stories of people who have come close to death at the jaws of Australia’s deadliest animals.  The survivors share their stories in their own words, and explain how their experiences irrevocably changed their lives. Australia’s Deadliest is a dramatic and compelling new series with extraordinary tales and gripping re-enactments. 
Bad@$$ Animals
The animal world is filled with critters with attitude who, despite being small, will unabashedly take on anything that gets in their way. From the mantis shrimp with a punch that can shatter glass, to cute little fulmar chicks who spew orange vomit on any intruder, to the fearsome honey badger who takes down venomous snakes-- these animals will surprise you with just how lethal they can be, and shock you with how much they don't give a damn about what anyone or anything thinks.
Battle of the Bears
In the heart of Yellowstone National Park, there is a vicious struggle between two of the world's most powerful creatures - black bears and grizzly bears. But why?
Be the Creature: Baboon
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Be the Creature: Bat
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Be the Creature: Battling Bighorn
Traveling to Alberta and the rugged mountains of the Canadian Rockies, Chris and Martin Kratt are on a mission to find one of the ultimate head battlers in the world, the bighorn sheep.
Be the Creature: Brown Bear
The Kratt Brothers experience what it's like to be the largest mammal carnivore in America. For three weeks, the Kratts live in Katmai, Alaska, amid the highest concentration of brown bears in the world. In one hair-raising adventure after another, theyfind themselves right in the thick of intense bear action. By increasing the understanding of what it's like to be a bear, the Kratt Brothers look beyond the legendary fierceness and killer mystique to reveal the peaceful side of these gentle creatures.
Be the Creature: Cheetah
Out on the Serengeti in Eastern Africa, Martin and Chris Kratt join up with a family of cheetahs, the fastest land mammal on the planet. After watching a mother cheetah teach her six yearling cubs how to hunt, the Kratts are inspired to set up CheetahBoot Camp. Sprinting over the treacherous savannah, the Kratts attempt to reach cheetah-worthiness, but they have a long way to go before they'll match the incredible speed of these long-striding cats.
Be the Creature: Coastal Creatures
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Be the Creature: Galapagos
More than 150 years after Charles Darwin's first journey, Martin and Chris Kratt offer a privileged look at the enticing, exciting and delicately balanced world of the Galapagos Islands.
Be the Creature: Kill Zone
Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt drop in on some of the planet's most notorious kill zones to experience what it's like be with great predators in the animal world. Each animal has honed their hunting techniques and the Kratt's witness six of these specialized tactics: Ambush, Teamwork; Speed; Endurance; Positioning and Strategy.
Be the Creature: Komodo Dragon
The Kratts spend time with the Komodo Dragons on the secluded islands of Indonesia and gain respect for the speed, power and skills of these deadly predators.
Be the Creature: Leopard
In the "bushvelt" of South Africa, the Kratt brothers get to know the secretive, stealthy leopard as a fierce, accomplished hunter and how they interact with others of their kind.
Be the Creature: Meerkat
The Kratt brothers trek to the Kalahari desert in Southern Africa for a round-the-clock expedition into the lives of two fascinating creatures: the scrappy Meerkat and the elusive Brown Hyena.
Be the Creature: Orangutan
In Indonesia, the Kratt Brothers experience the life and death struggles of the orangutan by living among them as they wage a daily battle for survival against their primary threat: humans.
Be the Creature: Spotted Hyena
The Kratts learn that spotted hyenas are inventive and versatile survivors, able to hunt, scavenge, even steal kills from other predators -- including lions -- to keep their clans alive.
Be the Creature: The Pantanal
The Kratts journey into a land of giants when they visit the Pantanal of Brazil in eastern South America in search of the most mythic and rarely seen giant anaconda.
Big Baboon House: Hairy Christmas
The crew have decked the house with all the trimmings of Christmas and the rush to open presents is off to a fast and furious start. Some unwrap the best present of all... food! Another experiment inside the house, snakes – real and fake – tests how the baboons will react to their arch nemeses. Now, the locals are using what they've learned to make sure their own homes are safe and secure. With this new understanding, hopefully humans and baboons can exist peacefully in Pringle Bay.
Big Baboon House: Top Banana
Pringle Bay, South Africa is under siege from a troop of baboons who break into homes and ransack for food. In an effort to fend off these renegade primates, a team of scientists launch an unprecedented experiment – the Big Baboon House – to study rarely-seen behavior. The house is armed with electronics and stocked with abundant food and secret passageways to watch the baboons' every move. Cameras roll as the troop battles over who will be king of the house, better known as "Top Banana".
Big Baboon House: Uprising!
The crew installs an electric fence in an effort to baboon-proof the garden. The voltage isn't high enough to harm the baboons, but the jolt is a hair-raising experience. While most of the troop enjoy healthy fruits and vegetables, one shadowy, ruthless figure operates alone and waits outside a local bakery—he is nicknamed the Cookie Monster. Meanwhile, the “Top Banana,” Rambo, hits bottom as he bullies and badgers his troop mates. The troop is ready for his reign to end. Who will take over?
Big Bad Bugs
We might think of them as tiny and insignificant -- but shrink to their size and we soon realize it's these creatures that truly rule the planet. Bugs in all their forms dominate planet Earth and without them, we wouldn't survive. They pollinate our crops and clear away waste, and now we are swooping right into their world. We'll magnify the breathtaking sights all around us and find out how and why these creatures have become so successful.
Big Cat Week
Nat Geo WILD presents a week dedicated to nature’s fiercest felines—big cats—creatures of magnificent strength, ferocity and beauty that are rapidly facing extinction. With visually stunning and powerful stories from around the world, get closer than ever before to lions, tigers, cheetahs, panthers and more as you share in their triumphs, defeats, and epic struggles to survive.
Big Cats: The Dark Side
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Big Sur: Wild California
California's Big Sur coastline is one of the most pristine wildernesses on Earth. This scenic meeting of land and sea boasts more than 200,000 acres of prime wildlife habitat - almost all of it undisturbed by humans. So why has it been only in the last few years that this rare ecosystem has experienced an explosion in wildlife? As we solve the mystery of why Big Sur is the newest beacon for wildlife in the West, we'll soar over, plunge into and crawl through scenes of spectacular beauty.
Bizarre Dinosaurs
In the mysterious lost world of the dinosaurs, who were the strangest of the strange ... and how on earth did they get that way? NGC joins world-renowned paleontologists who travel the globe to unearth some of the lesser-known but most surprising members of the dinosaur family.
Blue-Collar Dogs: Border Hounds
U.S. Customs and Border Protection K-9s are an integral part of securing our nation's borders. Using their extraordinary noses, these dogs detect smuggled narcotics, concealed humans, and can even locate victims stranded in the desert. At the Canine Center in El Paso, a class of green dogs are training to become America's newest crop of K-9 teams. Over the course of seven weeks, they'll run a gauntlet of drills designed to mold them into some of the most elite working dogs on the planet. Border Hounds offers an inside look at how these incredible animals are trained and deployed along one of the most dangerous stretches of border in the United States. From roving desert patrols to urban ports of entries to training to jump out of helicopters, these K-9s truly are the top dog.
Blue-Collar Dogs: Canine MD
A working dog's daily grind can take him to a wide variety of environments, from airport security to disaster relief, even to the frontlines of war. But more and more, scientists are shattering traditional notions of what dogs can do. Canine MD goes behind the scenes to discover how dogs are being put to work in incredible ways. Doctors, scientists and therapists are harnessing canine capabilities to change people's lives by training them to function as eyes for the blind, ears for the deaf, and legs for the disabled. With olfactory senses roughly 200,000 times more powerful than a human's, dogs are now being trained to detect diabetic blood sugar changes, epileptic seizures, and even cancers. Canine MD explores the science behind dogs' extraordinary capabilities and even reveals efforts to replicate them with an enormous "robot dog nose." From California, London, New York City and Maine, Canine MD probes the mysteries of canine capabilities and how they can be used to help--and save--human lives.
Blue-Collar Dogs: New York Police
Follow some of the best NYC police dogs as they put their lives on the line sniffing out hidden bombs, fighting crime and defending the subways. In a city that's a prime target for international terrorism, the jobs of these working dogs – charged with safeguarding the Big Apple against crime and terrorism – are never done.
Born Wild
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Brutal Killers
NGC enters the “lion's den” for an in-depth look at the family dynamic and inner workings of a lion pride. Battles ensue as two rogue male lions take over the pride of lionesses. To survive a drought, the pride seeks out prey at the far edge of their territory, including a baby giraffe, a baboon, and the Cape buffalo. When new lion cubs arrive, the lionesses introduce the cubs to the pride.
Building Penguin Paradise
BuBuilding Penguin Paradise tells the behind-the-scenes story of SeaWorld Orlando's daring attempt to build the most ambitious penguin attraction in the world. With only 18 months to finish and no room for error, these engineers embark on an audacious feat to replicate one of the harshest natural environments on the planet -- Antarctica. The manmade habitat includes 45-foot-hight ice cliffs, freezing conditions, closer-than-ever animal encounters and a palatial home for more than 200 penguins.
Built For The Kill
Lions, polar bears, great white sharks, and crocodiles are not natural born killers. They enter a world full of danger, and must develop the skills needed to overcome prey with fatal precision. These creatures need years of practice to hone their hunting skills to become some of the most feared killers on the planet. Exposing real life-and-death struggles in dramatic second-by-second detail, “Built For The Kill” compares the abilities of top predators both on land and sea. Different predators in different worlds, but all have one thing in common—they’re Built For The Kill
Built For The Kill: Wolf
The big bad wolf is 100 pounds of muscle and teeth, but it's born blind, deaf and weighing just 1 pound. Follow the transformation of a helpless pup into an accomplished killer. detail. The wolf hones its hunting skills over about two years of intensive training -- and the lessons are hard. Only the strongest survives to become leader of the pack, facing off in an epic battle against the mountain lion -- an animal nicknamed "the perfect predator."
Built for the Kill: Night Hunters
Every night the sun sets, plunging our world into pitch-blackness. The day shift retreats to find safe places to sleep the night away. And from the murky shadows emerge the creatures of the night. Ambush hunting cats, echolocating bats, super-sensitive owls, crushing boa constrictors and brutal jackals are among the bigger characters. But on a smaller scale, venom-laden scorpions patrol the desert at night and the spiky lionfish and deadly box jellyfish lurk in the dark ocean depths. Operating by star and moonlight they creep in silence masked by inky blackness, waiting to pounce from the shadows.
Busted!: Animal Smugglers
Nat Geo WILD goes inside the shocking and real stories of animal smuggling. Every year millions of animals are smuggled across international borders. With an estimated worth billions of dollars a year, wildlife smuggling is one of the nation's largest black markets. See the bizarre ways smugglers pull off their illegal schemes.
Cameramen Who Dare: Bear Battleground
What does it really take to capture those ‘take-your-breath-away' shots? How do the world's cameramen and women conquer treacherous terrains to document deadly animals and still emerge unscathed? Join us to follow wildlife filmmakers from around the globe as they reveal how some of the most groundbreaking Natural History footage is shot. Watch a cameraman escape danger as brown bears battle along Alaska's annual salmon run. Find out what does it take to film close-ups of a killer swarm of super-hornets waging war on a bee colony. And journey into crocodile infested waters to uncover astonishing underwater hippo behavior and follow the extraordinary story of one camerawoman, as she pushes her mind and body to the limit in an attempt to save her crew from impending disaster.
Cameramen Who Dare: Crocodile Ambush
Witness nature at it's best with wildlife's top filmmakers and learn about the trials and wonders of a life lived on the edge. Sit in the heart of a hyena clan as they feast on a fresh kill, dive into one of earth's last unexplored frontiers, climb into a tropical canopy to re-discover a species recently believed extinct, gape in awe at the ultimate crocodile ambush and swim within inches of a titan of the deep. Experience life behind the lens like never before, on some of the wildest missions ever attempted.
Cameramen Who Dare: Shark Swarm
Discover the truth behind the footage and experience the real dangers, drama and dedication required in capturing wildlife's award winning shots. Get dropped into shark infested waters to witness a true giant of the deep, survive dehydration and venomous creatures in the search for desert elephants and submerge into the heart of alligator territory. Join the wild adventures from behind the lens.
Cannibal Hippos
The mysterious death of hundreds of hippos at the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda sparks a "whodunit" on a national scale. In 2004, a park research ranger discovers the corpses of two hippos, bloated and decomposing. The cause of their death is uncertain. Yet in the next days and weeks, the natural paradise is blighted with more and more corpses. As the body count rises, an international team of scientific investigators struggle to find out the cause.
Capturing the Deep
See the USS Vandenberg sink to the bottom of the ocean, with breathtaking footage capturing the inrush of water. Renowned photographers David Doubilet and Brian Skerry go underwater to reveal these jaw-dropping images, as the retired warship becomes the newest artificial reef off the East Coast. Then, they head to the Pacific's Phoenix Islands, an area where increased water temperatures due to an El Niño event have caused the coral to die.
Caribbean's Deadly Underworld
Life is anything but tranquil underneath the crystal waters of the Caribbean. Massive sharks and alien life-forms thrive along a line of hidden faults and volcanoes that could give way at any moment, engulfing coastlines from Puerto Rico to New York. Dive deep below the sea with renowned ocean explorer Robert Ballard as he leads a team of scientists on a daring three-month deep-sea expedition in an attempt to examine these potential hazards like never before.
Caught in the Act
Don’t blink, don’t scream and whatever you do, don’t forget to press ‘record’. Whether it’s in the wild or your own back yard, when nature displays her finest, you better be ready and taking notes. Raw, uninhibited and unleashed, this is nature…Caught in the Act!
Caught on Safari: Battle at Kruger
More than 28 million people and counting have seen the extraordinary footage on YouTube: a survival-of-the-fittest tug-of-war between a lion pride, a crocodile and a buffalo herd over a struggling African buffalo calf, with a sensational ending that only nature could have devised. Now, NGC presents the story behind the dramatic eight-minute wildlife video that captivated the world in Caught on Safari: Battle at Kruger. To view clips from Caught on Safari: Battle at Kruger visit www.ngckruger.
Cesar 911
Cesar Millan is back in his element - rehabilitating dogs and training people, but this time he’s bringing his skills to a community near you. Each week Cesar will travel to a community that is in desperate need of his help.  He is summoned by neighbors, co-workers, relatives and friends who "blow the whistle" on a four-legged menace that has turned their lives upside down. Whether it’s a spoiled Chihuahua going wild in a family business or an aggressive mutt spreading fear throughout a neighborhood, Cesar will use his unparalleled expertise to bring balance to the dogs and the community. Each episode will consist of two stories within one community and conclude with all parties coming together at a central meeting place, now equipped with the knowledge and tools only Cesar Millan can provide. 
Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack
World-renowned dog behaviorist Cesar Millan searches for the perfect candidates to adopt rescued dogs. These dogs have behavioral issues that have prevented them from finding new homes. In each episode, Cesar will decide, out of three candidates, who is the best pack leader to adopt a dog after testing them in a series of challenges over two days. The goal is to make the right match and place these difficult dogs in the most compatible home. Cesar’s mission: save abandoned dogs from incarceration and euthanasia and raise awareness of the desperate situation these dogs live in around the world.
Cesar Millan: Doggie Nightmares
Cesar Millan is back doing the work he feels most passionately about: helping difficult dogs find homes with loving families. Millions of dogs in shelters are waiting for the right owner to walk in. Sadly, many adoptions fail within the first two weeks when behavior patterns and dynamics between dog and owner don't gel. Millan is on a mission to change that. He follows two households as they take the leap of adopting a dog and walks them through the process, guiding them in the right direction.
Cesar Millan: Love My Pit Bull
There was a time when the pit bull was one of the most popular family pets in the country. But today, the breed is more closely associated with gangs and violent dogfighting. Pit bulls have recently been responsible for more fatal attacks on humans than any other type of dog, making them among the most vilified -- and unwanted -- dogs in America. Cesar and his current pit bull companion, Junior, make the case that it's not just pit bulls but humans as well that need to be trained to get along.
Cesar Millan: The Real Story
Follow Cesar Millan's rise from impoverished illegal immigrant to celebrity dog trainer to international superstar. Join Cesar as he embarks on his live world speaking tour, films his new television series in Spain and leads thousands of dogs and owners on a Pack Walk in Washington, D.C. Cesar reflects on his humble past, his family life and his ever-evolving philosophy, which inspires people to improve their relationships with their dogs while becoming the pack leader of their own lives.
Chasing Rhinos
Join entertainment reporter Billy Bush in an awe-inspiring adventure as he takes time off from his day job to fight illegal poaching of greater one-horned rhinos. He'll accompany poaching patrols; fly an unmanned aerial drone; and participate in a race-against-time effort to catch, collar and release a wild adult rhino.
Chimps: Next of Kin
Chimpanzees in Senegal have been observed carrying out astounding behaviors that have experts stunned. They've developed survival skills once believed to be performed only by humans - like hunting mammals with tools made of sticks. What can their actions tell us about our own origins? Anthropologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Jill Preutz chronicles these chimps and the lessons to be learned about ourselves.
Clan of the Meerkats
Filmed over the course of a year, WILD follows an extraordinary (and adorable) family that stands just 12 inches tall. See how these tiny but strong meerkats survive in the harsh desert elements. Follow the tenacious matriarch that is pressured to produce heirs and ensure the family's survival for generations to come. And together, this family of 20 will battle a rival gang to protect their territory.
Clash at Croc River
If you think motherhood is tough where you live, try raising your kids here. The Nile crocodile is one of the river's oldest residents, and croc moms must stay fiercely protective as their eggs incubate. In the searing heat of the dry season, each creature has its own strategy to stay alive. And when the wet season returns, all the newborns face the same challenge: surviving in a lush paradise where the neighbors want to eat you for breakfast.
Clash of the Caimans
Follow these giant crocodilians that can grow to 16 feet and weigh half a ton as they trek to a hidden Amazon lake and clash for food.
Clash of the Hyenas
On a barren expanse of the unforgiving African plains, two spotted hyena clans are vicious rivals. While the clans wage an unrelenting war over territory, two cubs, born on either side of enemy lines, grow to formidable adulthood. NGC's cameras follow these cubs as they develop the bone-crunching jaws and survival skills needed to prepare them for their lives in the volatile world of hyenas.
Climbing Redwood Giants
They are living giants; one of the Earth's largest and oldest trees. Some tower more than 350 feet high, taller than the Statue of Liberty; some may have been seedlings when Jesus was born. Yet these natural legends still shroud centuries-old secrets. In a major National Geographic cross-platform event, which includes the October 2009 cover story for the magazine, we'll reveal the little-explored environment of the redwoods using high-tech aerial laser surveys and breathtaking imagery.
Corkscrew Killer
As seals are found mutilated on the beaches of Sable Island, an international team of scientists struggle to discover what, or who, is killing them.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
The Ship of the Imagination, unfettered by ordinary limits on speed and size, drawn by the music of cosmic harmonies, can take us anywhere in space and time. It has been idling for more than three decades, and yet it has never been overtaken. Its global legacy remains vibrant. Now, it's time once again to set sail for the stars.
Crimes Against Nature: Blood Ivory
The EIA team head to Kenya, Hong Kong and China to investigate the world of elephant poaching and the international ivory trade. Following claims of an upsurge in poaching and ivory smuggling, EIA want to find out the real situation for themselves. Visiting Kenyas national parks, they face up to the horrific reality of elephant poaching, as well as heading to China where their undercover investigations reveal previously unheard of revelations about how the ivory smuggling underworld works. EIA
Crimes Against Nature: Chainsaw Massacre
EIAs undercover agents gear up and head to Laos and Vietnam for a new investigation into the notoriously dangerous timber trade. Vietnam is fast becoming a major global player in the timber industry but with little forest left of its own, Vietnam is largely dependent on importing timber from other countries. EIA suspect that a lot of this timber is being taken illegally from Southeast Asia's rapidly declining tropical rainforests and they will stop at nothing to expose this devastating enviro
Crimes Against Nature: The Exotic Trade
The task force is charged with bringing down a violent syndicate suspected of smuggling exotic pets into two of Thailand's most notorious trading sites — Chatujak Market and Walking Street. After nearly two years of investigation and preparation, the team sets up meetings with suspected traders from each market who are dealing in lorises — endangered animals sought as pets.
Crimes Against Nature: Tiger Trade Takedown
She's the "queenpin" of the illicit tiger trade -- and the task force must join with the Thai Royal Navy border patrol and a team of covert informants if they're to stand a chance of tracking her down. The investigation first targets one of her key traffickers -- they set up a fake buy, but when they meet with the suspected traffickers, hidden camera footage reveals crooked cops accompanying the suspects. Next, the team acquires an address for the queenpin's secret compound. Can they pull together enough evidence to raid the farm and bring one of the most notorious tiger traffickers to justice?
Crimes Against Nature: Undercover in Thailand
In Asia, the meat of exotic creatures like the pangolin (a scaly anteater), tortoises and snakes is a rare delicacy. Many of these animals are on the endangered list, and trading in them is illegal. Go undercover with the task force in Thailand to track a syndicate through a series of confidence buys and raids.
Croc Catchers
Australia’s Saltwater Crocodiles are the biggest most fearsome reptiles alive. They’re big, brash, fast and capable of consuming any animals that enter their territory – including humans.  On the break of extinction as recently as the 1970s, Australia’s “Salties” have bounced back thanks to conservation measures. Now, with over 100,000 of them in Northern Territory alone, managing their numbers is e responsibility of the five fearless members of the specialist Crocodile Management Unit.  The Croc Catchers will follow this team in their busiest time of the year.
Croc Ganglands
A showdown is about to erupt in the Croc Ganglands. Meet Croc Boss, the heavyweight champion of the Crocodile Ganglands. He rules by sheer size and explosive violence. He gets the best food, he is respected at all times, and he alone mates with receptive females. But this year a young upstart will defy his rule and try to dethrone Croc Boss in an ugly battle.
Croc Invasion
Australia's Crab Island is a far cry from the laid-back world of the Great Barrier Reef. Here, it's a crocodilian battleground. Where rivers provide year-round food, one of the world's largest and fiercest predators, the saltwater crocodile, lurks, waiting for its prey. But it's not all about hunting for these beasts; it's also about protecting their territory -- both their food and their females. That means they'll fight any beast to keep what's theirs ... even if it's one of their own kind.
Croc Labyrinth
Ever dive deep within the lair of the Nile crocodile? Wonder what could possibly be below? Nat Geo WILD is on a mission to find out. We'll embark on a unique diving adventure in Botswana's crocodile-infested Okavango Delta to find out more about these hidden nooks and how the reptiles use them. In the depth, we'll stumble across a crocodile labyrinth, a network hidden beneath the vast papyrus beds of the delta. This crocodile paradise is a haven for the underwater reptiles.
Crocodile King
The largest reptile on earth - the saltwater crocodile - is lurking in the rivers of Australia's Northern Territory. A master predator, each year this cunning croc is tested by nature's harsh extremes and must battle for dominance with its own kind. Using high-speed cameras and infrared technology, NGC reveals how this stealthy "salty," with senses and instincts honed over the ages, is able to retain King Croc status.
Crocpocalypse
In the bays and harbors of residential Florida, the threat of a crocodile attack looms as humans become too comfortable around these intelligent predators. The Sunshine State looks to Australia for their know-how in controlling ever-expanding crocodile populations. If croc populations continue to grow rapidly, Florida may have to take a lead from Australia and begin capturing and hazing these animals for the safety of the people.
Crocs and Shocks
Crocs and Shocks [TV-G]
Crocs of Darkness
Crocs of Darkness [TV-G]
Curse of the Tasmanian Devil
In 2001, biologists in Australia's island state of Tasmania found that the iconic Tasmanian devil was afflicted with a new, fatal kind of cancer. As the disease spread the Tasmanian devil population numbers fell alarmingly, the government launched a "Save the devil" campaign to investigate the cause of the disease and prevent this unique species from becoming extinct. NGC documents the investigation and the findings that turned the scientific world on its head in Curse of the Tasmanian Devil.
Dangerous Encounters
Over the years, herpetologist Dr. Brady Barr has traveled to five continents, worked with hundreds of scientists, suffered from dozens of bruises and has met some very close calls. He’s safely walked, or ran, away from every crocodile he’s met. On Dangerous Encounters, he’ll take this expertise surviving perilous situations and raise the stakes. Join the adventures of Brady Barr as he gets up close to some of the world's wildest and most dangerous creatures.
Dangerous Encounters: Bite Force
Armed with a bite force meter, insatiable curiosity, and sheer courage, Brady risks his life to find the most powerful bite on the planet. Carnivores use their jaws for different reasons, but who has the mightiest bite of them all? Can the bone-crushing jaws of a hyena compare with the razor-sharp teeth of a Great White? See how a specially-developed replica of a human skull translates Brady's "bite force" research into bone-crushing human equivalents.
Dead or Alive
Dead or Alive is a brand new series that explores what happens when wild animals and humans collide. Each film features a different deadly predator – Bears, Cougars, Hippos, Elephants, Sharks and Alligators – attacking two different groups of people, resulting in one story of incredible survival, and one story of tragic and sudden death. In each case the identity of who lives and who dies is only revealed at the end of the film, and experts explain what might be done in each case to avoid or survive such a brutal encounter. 
Deadliest Week Ever
Two of Africa's deadliest gladiators -- hippos and crocs -- have lived beside one another for millennia, but are they gracious pals or archenemies? One is a hefty herbivore with razor-sharp tusks capable of slicing a human in half. The other is the most successful freshwater predator on the planet with the strongest bite force known to man. They each have an exceptional set of attributes that allow them to survive side by side. The game is on, and this lush environment is about to spiral into a hotbed of feast and famine. Who will be the ultimate victor? 
Deadly 60: Anaconda Alley
An anaconda hunt turns painfully wrong when our intrepid explorer steps on something in the murky waters of Argentina. Undeterred but not unscarred, Steve goes fishing with a spectacled caiman to investigate whether these ancient reptiles truly deserve their deadly reputation, and it turns out they do. And if that isn't enough, after checking out their teeth firsthand, Steve jumps into piranha-infested water armed with a juicy lump of steak to find out more about these killer fish.
Deadly 60: Battle of Britain
To really see how eagles fly, Steve climbs into a wind tunnel in England with a Tawny eagle. As the wind gets stronger and the bird begins to fly Steve explains how the wings and its different feathers are used by the bird to help it soar, swoop and dive when attacking its prey. Then in Scotland, Steve takes to the water where he entices a White Tailed eagle to take a dead fish from the water behind the fishing boat.
Deadly 60: Beasts on the Brink
In Panama, Steve searches high and low for the magnificent harpy eagle. Fewer than 50,000 remain, spread out through the forests of Central and South America. Madagascar is home to the weird and wonderful, but one of the most bizarre has to be the endangered aye-aye. With its goblin-like face and witch-like fingers, it's like nothing Steve has ever seen before.
Deadly 60: Behind the Kill
From the sand dunes of the deserts to the jungles and oceans of the world, Steve and the team take you behind the scenes to show how Deadly 60 is made. Behind-the-scenes footage shows the crew preparing for a dive sequence with the awesome but deadly Humboldt squid and the lengths they go to in order to stay safe.
Deadly 60: Big Cat Battleground
Africa's big cats are among the most iconic predators. Steve travels to Namibia, a land of rolling dunes, sand and plenty of dangerous wildlife. Steve dons a camouflage suit for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that gets him closer to a wild leopard than he ever hoped. At night, he catches up with a pride of lions to witness their hunting and killing skills in the dark, proving just how deadly and vicious lions are.
Deadly 60: Carnivore Quest
Steve shows us how reading the tracks and signs left behind by animals can lead to fantastic encounters. He follows the traces left by a sidewinder viper in the dunes of the Namibian desert to track down the iconic predator. Signs of a recent kill prompt the team to build a protective wall of thorns to sleep behind in the hope of a lion encounter — and they aren't disappointed.
Deadly 60: Desert Devils
Steve travels to the Baja Peninsula in Mexico, where he finds a gruesome killer, a tarantula hawk wasp. It is the biggest wasp in the world and has a paralyzing sting that makes even Steve nervous. Then we'll encounter serpents, including a coachwhip snake that sneaks a bite at Steve's hand, a venomous red diamond and a Baja rattlesnake. But Steve doesn't stop his adventure there. We'll join him off the coast of Mexico as he dives to search for the "Red Devil".
Deadly 60: Eaglezilla
Deep in the jungles of Panama, Steve takes on his toughest mission to date — to find and film the elusive harpy eagle, one of the largest and most powerful birds of prey, with talons the size of grizzly bear claws. He then runs after one of the fastest snakes in the world, the glossy racer snake. Steve also finds the world's most painful stinging insect — the bullet ant, whose venom is so excruciating it feels like a gunshot wound.
Deadly 60: Freaks of Madagascar
On the exotic island of Madagascar, Steve sets out to find the region's most feared carnivore for its bone-crunching teeth and acrobatic abilities — the ferocious fossa. Next, Steve searches to find the ultimate master of disguise, the leaf-tailed gecko. Finally, he heads to the zoo to take a look at the aye-aye — a goblin-like creature equipped with incredible night vision.
Deadly 60: Frozen Killers
Host, Steve Backshall faces sub-zero temperatures while searching for the elusive Lynx in Norway. Recent Lynx tracks lead Steve to a deer kill and he makes camp nearby to see if the Lynx comes back to eat its kill. But in the morning the camera traps reveal the Lynx didn't return. Steve has a plan B, and heads for the Polar Zoo where they are studying Lynx.
Deadly 60: Gorilla Country
In the heart of Africa, Steve treks for miles in the Virunga Mountains of Uganda, where he finds a family of mountain gorillas — typically harmless vegetarians, but with their huge, muscular frames and lethal sense of loyalty, they'll defend their families to the death. On the way back to camp, Steve and the crew encounter a stern roadblock of fearsome olive baboons, and later get a little “present” thrown at them when they come too close to our closest relatives — chimpanzees.
Deadly 60: Jaguar Jungle
Adventurer Steve Backshall ventures deep into the jungles of Costa Rica in search of his toughest target yet — the jaguar. With the most powerful jaw of any big cat, the jaguar can puncture the skull of a large mammal in just one bite, making it the undisputed king of the forest. Next, he'll come face-to-face with one of the most feared animals in the Americas, the small but deadly fer de lance. Finally, Steve takes to the river during an electrical storm to go fishing for crocodiles.
Deadly 60: Killers of the Deep
It is an explorer's paradise with spectacular animals, but it's the creatures of the deep sea that Steve's on a mission to find. He sets out on a dive off the coast of Canada to uncover the wolf eel, a fearsome monster with powerful jaws and ferocious chisel-like teeth. He'll then hunt for the giant Pacific octopus, an eight-legged sea creature that can easily reach the size of a car! But Steve's trip isn't over until he encounters killer whales.
Deadly 60: Monsters in the Dark
Back in the Philippines, Steve descends to the depths of the ocean hoping to encounter the brutal thresher shark, a mysterious predator that uses its death-dealing tail to beat through schools of fish. Steve then goes in search of a tarsier, a bizarre little primate that haunts the forest by night. Later, he'll dive off the edge of a rock with a camera in one hand to get up close and personal with one of the world's most venomous sea snakes.
Deadly 60: Monsters of the Abyss
Steve takes to the waters of Mozambique as he swims alongside the biggest fish in the sea—the whale shark. Then, he'll go fishing for a marlin, one of the fastest and most ferocious fish on the planet, and will encounter a slow but lethal starfish armed with venomous spikes. By turning its stomach inside out and releasing powerful digestive juices, it can turn massive coral into nothing more than a lifeless skeleton.
Deadly 60: Nightmares of the Amazon
Adventurer Steve Backshall ends his search for the Deadly 60 in the awesome flooded Amazon rain forest. It all kicks off in a flash when the crew spots a group of rare giant otters before they've even unpacked their cameras. They may be deadly, but they're not the only giants on his list; a chance encounter with the largest reptile in South America prompts a covert nighttime stakeout with surprisingly good results.
Deadly 60: Sand Strikers
Steve travels deep into the dunes of Namibia, where we'll meet the tiny but mighty spoor spider, which uses its cunning camouflage to surprise its victims before barbequing them on the hot desert sand. Then, Steve goes after the deadliest animal in the dunes — the sidewinder viper. And after ringing the desert dinner bell, Steve quickly finds himself surrounded by more than 20 hungry vultures.
Deadly 60: Shark Riot
In the deadly waters off the coast of South Africa, Steve searches for a fierce pack of hunters that can devour entire schools of fish — black tip reef sharks. In a dark cave at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, Steve comes face-to-face with a ragged-tooth shark, a nocturnal hunter with almost 100 needle-like teeth. Back on land, he rappels down a cliff face to get within inches of a killer bee hive.
Deadly 60: Snake Assassins
Steve and the crew head back to Costa Rica to see which one of the region's most dangerous snakes deserves a spot on the Deadly 60. The boa constrictor is easily the most powerful, and the feared bushmaster has enough venom to bring down a buffalo, but how do they measure up against the eyelash pit viper, a snake so accurate it could catch a hummingbird on the wing? Steve demonstrates firsthand the hunting methods of each snake, and gets a little too close for comfort with a boa constrictor.
Deadly 60: Tarantula Army
The islands of the Philippines are a paradise for deadly animals, including the water monitor, a lethal lizard with bacteria-covered teeth that can instantly infect the wounds of its prey. Then, it's an arachnophobe's worst nightmare when Steve makes his way into a dark cave covered in tarantulas. Back in the forest, we'll see a colorful killer with venom toxic enough to take down birds and lizards in seconds — the mangrove cat snake.
Deadly 60: Thailand's Killer Cats
In Thailand, a land known for its exotic animals, Steve comes face-to-face with the longest venomous snake in the world, the king cobra, whose bite could kill an elephant. Then we'll meet two of Thailand's killer cats: the rare clouded leopard, a flamboyant feline with a taste for treetops and hunting in little or no light; and the fishing cat, known for hunting in the water. Finally, Steve dons his gear to climb a building in Bangkok to illustrate the abilities of one of the world's best clim
Deadly 60: The Predator Zone
Steve takes a look at what makes the Deadly 60 animals deadly. He examines a bird of prey to show how its lightweight skeleton helps it fly and maneuver so effortlessly. Steve also looks at the skeleton of a python, explaining how its hundreds of ribs give it the strength and anchor for its muscles. He compares the skulls of a mako shark and a tiger shark, showing how their teeth are perfect for catching and eating their prey.
Deadly 60: The Unseen
We'll follow Steve around the globe as he tracks down the animals that didn't quite make the cut — The Unseen. The adventure begins in Namibia, where Steve is tripping over deadly contenders — the white lady spider, a pack of wild dogs and an enormous scorpion. Next stop are the cool, shark-infested waters of the Philippines, where Steve finds two of the strangest-looking crabs he's ever seen.
Deadly 60: Titans of the North
Living in the icy waters of Vancouver is the Steller sea lion; a fully grown male can weigh as much as a car. Steve is in for a treat when he witnesses two Deadly 60 contenders, a killer whale and sea lion, go head to head while underwater. Back in the city, Steve treks to find one of the smelliest animals on earth, the skunk. Finally, he is on a hunt for the black bear — a large but fast animal equipped with fearsome teeth and powerful jaws.
Deadly 60: Venom Kings
Steve and the team head to the Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire to take an in-depth look at venom and how it is used in the animal kingdom. Steve shows us four scorpions and explains how to spot the deadliest among them. In an experiment to show what happens to an animal's blood when it is bitten, he adds blood to the extracted venom of a rattlesnake. At the park he shows us the fangs of a tarantula and talks of the time he met a much larger relative, the Goliath bird-eating spider.
Deadly 60: Wolf Gang
Steve travels the globe as he tracks down one of the deadliest and most domesticated animal families on the planet, the canines. Starting in Norway, Steve goes sledding with a pack of huskies and later buries himself alive on a snowy hillside to test the tracking abilities of a Rottweiler. Finally, in Romania, he goes on a mission to find an animal with a deadly combination of endurance, incredibly tuned senses and raw aggression — the wolf.
Deadly Summer
Along the Luangwa River in Zambia, a hippo, a lioness and a crocodile battle to stay alive. Sparse vegetation leaves little food for hippos and little shelter for big cats, which draws them to the last pools of water...where crocodiles lurk.
Death by Dragon
At eight feet long and weighing 150 pounds, the Komodo dragon is the world's biggest lizard, lethal enough to kill with one bite.
Desert Seas
Nat Geo WILD embarks on an underwater adventure to explore the two seas that flank Saudi Arabia — the Red Sea and the Gulf. We'll explore the contrast between the two, from the Red Sea's colorful coral reefs where vibrant marine life pulses, to the Gulf's sand-dusted reefs that look more like bombed-out cities. And see a truly rare event — believed never before to have been filmed — palolo worms spawning, releasing millions of eggs and larvae into the ocean.
Dino Death Trap
A mass dinosaur grave in western China contains fossils of a bizarre T. rex ancestor, a triceratops ancestor, an ancient crocodilian, and nearly 40 more species dating back 160 million years ago, a time when little is known about dinosaur history.
Dinofish
Coelacanth (SEEL-uh-kanth): a large fish with limblike fins, armored scales and a tail that no other living fish possesses. This prehistoric fish was thought to have died out with the dinosaurs in the great extinction. It has laid hidden deep in our oceans undisturbed and undetected for 70 million years—a true living fossil. The coelacanth is thought to be related to the creatures that grew legs, breathed air and came ashore nearly 400 million years ago.
Dog Genius
Just how smart is man's best friend? Scientists and trainers explore canine intelligence in surprising new ways, unlocking new clues about our faithful companions.
Dog Whisperer
From London to the Jersey shore, Cesar travels far and wide this season to help problem pups, including those of Kelsey Grammer, Jillian Michaels and Hugh Hefner. Watch as Cesar rehabilitates dogs and trains people to achieve a balanced and natural relationship between humans and their pets.
Dog Whisperer: A Prayer for Nicki
An aggressive pit bull goes to "boot camp" to learn how to be a dog again and an abused Rottweiler finally finds a loving home, but has too much damage already been done?
Dog Whisperer: Battle of the Boyfriends
Actress and TV host Daisy Fuentes has an uncontrollable English bulldog. Cesar also helps a chronic barker; a beagle afraid of the garden hose; and a stray that bites.
Dog Whisperer: Demon Chihuahua
Dogs with strange obsessions -- from shadows and shiny surfaces to anything with wheels -- are Cesar's challenges tonight. Cesar must teach the dogs and their owners how to cure these anxious behaviors.
Dog Whisperer: Horse Hound
A snarling Dalmatian makes its owners fear for the safety of their new baby. A beagle can't stop running; a retriever-sheltie mix chases horses; and a yellow Lab bolts for open doors. They need Cesar's help and fast.
Dog Whisperer: Last Chance
A Chesapeake Bay retriever won't get out of the pool, a Maltese-poodle won't sit still for grooming, a Shih Tzu won't walk on a leash, and an adopted boxer attacks a neighbor. How will Cesar correct these behaviors?
Dog Whisperer: Petrified Pit Bull
Jake is too protective of his owner and child actress Chantel wants to walk a dog that outweighs her by 80 pounds. Caper, a rescue dog, is untrained and Julius, a pit bull, is a scaredy-cat. Cesar has solutions.
Dog Whisperer: Psycho Flirt
A lumbering black Lab with a Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde personality, a wildly neurotic Chinese Crested, a German shepherd that can't stop chasing its tail, and a spoiled puppy are Cesar's challenges tonight.
Dog Whisperer: Raging Rottie!
Ava chases her tail constantly, Gus throws his 100-pound body at people, the usually well-mannered Churchill is a monster around other animals, and lovable Maya gets too wrapped up in household operations. Cesar addresses the problems.
Dog Whisperer: Shepherd Smackdown
A German shepherd's owner fears for her safety and a Lhasa Apso is a couch potato. A jealous Yorkie is ever on the attack and a Dalmatian has her owners wrapped around her spotted paws. Cesar to the rescue.
Dog Whisperer: Snack Attack
Meet Ruby, who is scared of everything and deals with her neuroses by biting. Then meet Rana, who deals with everything by eating. Despite these very different problems, Cesar shows that they can be handled the same way. Then, meet Slick, a rare white Puli, who was rescued from living in a crate for 15 hours a day. He now lives in Beverly Hills but he is still fear-ridden. And finally, meet Pepper, a rescue dog with territorial issues. How will Cesar help Slick and Pepper?
Dog Whisperer: The Husband-Hater
A stray can't settling down, a beagle triggers a lawsuit, a German shepherd dislikes his owner's husband, and General Hospital actress Jacklyn Zeman's dog won't heel.
Dog Whisperer: Time Bomb
Cesar works with a rescued mastiff that has come a long way, but still has far to go; a snapping Chihuahua; a family whose untrained dog frightens family and friends; and two-year-old Jordan who still thinks he's a puppy.
Dog Whisperer: Worst in Show
Cesar may need a padded suit to train a champion Doberman and a far from cuddly yellow Lab named Teddy. Then, Cesar meets an adopted Westie that bites and a pit bull that harasses his mellow companion
DogTown: A Fighting Chance
Music star Emmylou Harris calls for help with a vicious shepherd mix named Gunnar, leaving animal behavior specialist Sherry Woodard only a few days to come up with a plan to overcome his aggression.
DogTown: A Fresh Start
Trainer John Garcia and head veterinarian Dr. Mike Dix are shocked by the condition of Zambi, a black lab mix with a massive growth in her mouth. Worried the condition may be the result of cancer, Dr. Mike performs a grueling eight-hour surgery in the hopes of giving this dog a new chance at life. Then, trainer Ann Allums gears up with Casey, a beagle mix whose hyper temperament has kept him from being adopted for the last five years.
DogTown: Against the Odds
Dog care manager Michelle Besmehn travels to Los Angeles to rescue several older dogs from an overcrowded puppy mill. Many have severe medical issues and have never seen a vet. One younger dog, a Chihuahua named Mei Mei, likely spent her entire life in a cage and needs Michelle's care to become house-trained; and Gertie, a bulgy-eyed shih tzu, requires the right home for her special needs. Then Charro, an adult Lab mix with a persistent cough, is rescued from a neglectful home by an animal welfare group. Dr. Mike performs a risky lung surgery on Charro that he's never done before.
DogTown: Bright Futures
When animal control seized pit bulls from Michael Vick's property, 22 of the most severe cases were sent to DogTown for rehabilitation. While many of the Vick dogs have made steady progress, one in particular has been a challenge for DogTown manager John Garcia. Under the expert care of Garcia, we'll see how Handsome Dan has transformed from an emotionally traumatized pit bull into one who is ready for adoption.
DogTown: Chance for Change
Dr. Patti Iampietro is faced with a potential disease she's never seen before at DogTown when Fidget, a severely ill 8-week-old Catahoula-mix comes to the sanctuary. The sick puppy may have a disease with the ominous name of "puppy strangles" that could lead to death. Trainer Ann Allums takes on Stasch, an out-of-control lab mix puppy that weighs 90 pounds and is still growing.
DogTown: Close Calls
The economic crisis has forced countless families to give up their beloved animals. In this episode, we will meet Lucille, a shar-pei mix, who was left behind when her family's home was foreclosed. She was in poor health and in need of surgery when she arrived at DogTown; after the surgery, Lucille developed severe seizures. Then travel with DogTown to the Animal Rescue League of El Paso (ARL), a no-kill shelter that depends on the nonstop energy of founder Loretta Hyde
DogTown: Crisis Dogs
Authorities raid a puppy mill and a trainer is sent in to rescue the most traumatized dogs -- some driven to the brink of madness. A Lab mix faces a mysterious illness, and two sibling pups are rescued from a sect that routinely shoots unwanted dogs.
DogTown: Dogfight
In this episode, we check in on some of the pit bulls featured last season on DogTown, including Cherry, a pit bull mix rescued from the Michael Vick property who rescuers think either spent her life in a cage or was used as a bait dog to improve a champion fighter's confidence. See how Dog Care Manager Michelle Besmehn's rehabilitation plan is teaching Cherry not to be afraid of people anymore.
DogTown: Dogs in Need
Rosa, a sweet, yellow Lab mix, has a mysterious life-threatening problem, and if veterinarian Dr. Mike Dix can't figure it out, Rosa could die. Animal Care Operations Manager Jeff Popowich and Dr. Mike head to Arizona, to a Navajo Nation community with a canine population crisis. They hope to help spay and neuter dozens of dogs in just two days to help prevent more canines from ending up homeless.
DogTown: Friends in Need
After Hurricane Gustav hits New Orleans, animal care operations manager Jeff Popowich and the Best Friends team drive more than 1,600 miles for an animal rescue operation in the "Big Easy." Jeff rescues several dogs, including Rose, an emaciated pit bull who needs immediate medical attention to survive. Meanwhile, back at the shelter, Sophie, a sheltie mix struggling with aggression, learns to love her caretakers.
DogTown: Homeward Bound
Meet one of DogTown's toughest challenges, Clemance, a shepherd mix rescued from the 2006 Lebanon-Israel war. DogTown manager John Garcia helps the traumatized canine overcome her aggression toward people and other dogs when she is on a leash. John teaches Clemance through a strong relationship that meeting dogs while on a leash is no reason to lash out.
DogTown: Life After DogTown
Head veterinarian Dr. Mike Dix helps Wiggles, a stumbling, incontinent bulldog mix, before he's adopted by a Colorado Springs family. Then, more than six months after animal care operations manager Jeff Popowich helped save pointer-mix Tuffy from certain death, the dog returns to DogTown with his Arizona adopted family for a reunion. Next, Aristotle is taken in by a loving Oregon family willing to help him recover from a dangerous and costly skin condition.
DogTown: New Beginnings
A young hound that got hit by a car must get a leg amputated and a terrier arrives with a history of biting. Back at the sanctuary, dog care manager Michelle Besmehn fosters Willa, a Scotty traumatized by her experience as a breeder in a puppy mill.
DogTown: New Hope
Rush, a Shepard mix rescued from the Lebanon-Israel , is withdrawn and frightened of loud noises . Once at DogTown, it's up to Trainer John Garcia to rehabilitate Rush, in an attempt to transform him from a shell-shocked street-dog to a trusting loving pet. DogTown's Adoption Specialist Kristi Litrell meets Jasmine, a beagle . Right away Kristi can see Jasmine is a special case: she snorts , stumbles when she walks, and is incontinent . Kristi sets out to find her the perfect home. Scruffy, a Terrier mix , lived through Hurricane Katrina and is now petrified of anything new . Michelle Besmehn must find a way to make this anxious dog comfortable, or his chances of adoption will be slim. The mission of DogTown is driven by the philosophy that kindness to animals builds a better world for all.
DogTown: New Lives
A border collie mix arrives at DogTown unable to walk without extreme pain, and a weimaraner is paralyzed with anxiety. Ann Allums must calm an out-of-control stray.
DogTown: Project Rescue
DogTown staff rush to the Nevada desert to save a group of dogs left neglected by a hoarder. some of the more serious cases they find is a puppy with possible head trauma and a little dog near death from wounds suffered in a vicious attack.
DogTown: Puppy Mill Rescue
Jeff Popowich and Michelle Besmehn head to Missouri to help with a large scale puppy mill rescue. They rush a four-year-old Chihuahua to DogTown for emergency surgery. And Jeff tries to help a rescued poodle mix named Havana adapt to life outside a cage. Plus, Dogtown trainer Ann Allums uses an unusual training method to help one of DogTown's longtime residents, Mason.
DogTown: Rescue and Renewal
When nearly a thousand puppies are found abandoned in deplorable conditions in a West Virginia puppy mill, DogTown immediately jumps into action. Dog Care Manager Michelle Besmehn leads her team to rescue dogs like Barney, a Shih-Tzu who has sores on his paws from living in a wire cage and Parker, a young dachshund with rotten teeth and a mouth infection that makes it difficult for him to eat.
DogTown: Road to Recovery
Vivian, a Katrina survivor, is terrified of strangers and exhibits behaviors that are similar to post-traumatic stress in humans. Tooy was rescued from a hoarder. He was found in desperate need of medical attention, with an infected tumor. Tashi can barely walk and will require two complicated surgeries and months of 24-hour care. Many shelters lack the resources to rehabilitate dogs like these; however, DogTown takes on the challenges in the Road to Recovery.
DogTown: Sanctuary
Shaggy, a mixed-breed feral dog, survived living in the wild near the Grand Canyon and may never have socialized with humans. After six years of extreme weather and hardship, Sherry Woodard helps Shaggy learn how to begin to trust and interact with humans. Next, Dr. Mike and his wife turn to John Garcia for help with their dog Penny, a mischievous beagle mix whose uncontrollable behavior must be corrected before she causes more damage to their happy home.
DogTown: Saving the Michael Vick Dogs
Follow the journeys of four of the most challenging Vick dogs -- Cherry, Meryl, Denzel and Georgia -- as DogTown's team of dedicated experts works to help them overcome their violent pasts and live happier, healthier lives.
DogTown: Search and Rescue
An ambitious new program, training shelter dogs in search and rescue, is being attempted by behavior consultant Sherry Woodard. These elite animals are usually bred for the job, but Sherry believes shelter dogs are up to the challenge. If she can prove this, more homeless animals may be able to find permanent homes. Dr. Mike Dix takes on a difficult case with Moccasin, a 4-year-old hound mix in danger of losing the use of both his back legs.
DogTown: Second Chances
A trainer rehabilitates a dog almost put to death for biting an infant, two puppies are rescued from a garbage dump, and an old chow may have a brain tumor.
DogTown: Starting Over
Two street dogs rescued from Ethiopia come to DogTown for a shot at domestic life; a Blood Hound returns after attacking a man; and a Golden Retriever with a mangled paw arrives for medical care, but may lose a leg.
DogTown: The Outsiders
Rescues include a bulldog puppy, a painfully shy spaniel, a Rottweiler with allergies, and a vizsla that may be ready for placement after 11 years at DogTown.
DogTown: The Road Home
Shy dogs are often among the first to be euthanized in shelters because they are difficult to adopt, but not at DogTown, a no-kill facility. Little Girl, a Catahoula leopard dog mix, is given a second chance and learns to overcome her fears with help from John Garcia, in hopes that she will be adopted. Later we will follow a morbidly obese Chihuahua, Tuli, with a tiny head and a pineapple-size body, who must loose weight to become healthy enough for adoption.
DogTown: The Survivors
Aristotle, a terrier mix rescued from a hoarding situation, comes to Dogtown with a skin condition that is one of the worst cases Dr. Mike Dix has ever seen. Aristotle's hair has fallen out and his skin is covered in scabs. But with special meds and extra care, watch this shy puppy transform into a "bouncing not-itching monkey" with a bright future. Then, behavior consultant Sherry Woodard rescues eight beagles from euthanasia. While most of the pooches are healthy, one, named Electra, has a potentially fatal illness caused by parasitic worms. Later, an aggressive chow mix named Waylon lashes out unpredictably, but trainer Pat Whitacre is hoping to find an endearing personality waiting to come out.
DogTown: Will to Survive
Trainer John Garcia takes on a tough project with Chico, a border collie mix with strong prey drive, who came to the sanctuary after killing a family Yorkie and some chickens. John's determined to teach Chico the right way to behave around small animals so the dog can one day live safely in a home — otherwise he's likely to spend the rest of his days behind sanctuary walls.
Dolphin Army
A dolphin army some 3,000 strong stretches across the horizon, forging across the ocean at incredible speed. They are headed to one of the greatest feeding frenzies in the ocean, a sardine run they will attack in coordinated waves. Utilizing the latest underwater technology, NGC follows a small female pod as they raise their calves, overcome shark threats and join this army to feast on their spoils of war.
Dolphins: The Dark Side
Supremely adapted to their water world, the dolphin family is comprised of a variety of warm-blooded, intelligent animals that have managed to exploit virtually every aquatic habitat. But loveable-looking "Flipper" is also cunning, aggressive, and brutal.
Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet
Meet Dr. Michelle Oakley, vet to pretty much everything that moves in the Yukon. Follow the experienced veterinarian as she sees clients and makes house calls across thousands of square miles in the Yukon, helping animals big and small, wild and domestic, including an angry musk-ox, a caribou with a tumor, a defensive mama lynx, and a great grey owl with an amputated wing. Accompanied by her teenage daughters and armed with humor as sharp as a scalpel, Dr. Oakley deftly juggles being a full-time vet, wife, and mother, while taking us across some of the most rugged and remote landscapes in the world.
Dragonfly
Their appearance and life cycle are so strange, they could be mistaken as visitors from another world, but they are actually one of the oldest living inhabitants of Earth. Dragonflies came into existence a staggering 100 million years before dinosaurs. Now, we uncover the secrets of these jewels in the sky. Super-slow-motion shots and computer animation uncover, for the first time, how dragonflies capture their prey at lightning speed while flying, and how they mate in the air.
Drain the Ocean
What if we could pull the plug and drain the planet's water? What would we see? What would we learn? Follow NGC on a virtual scientific expedition to the deep as we explore one of earth's last great frontiers. We'll remove the water using CGI animation, revealing a landscape of unimaginable scale with unexpected features more dramatic than anything on dry land. With the very latest scientific data and digital mapping, discover the deepest canyons and biggest mountains on the planet.
Elephant Death Circle
A family of five elephants is found dead on a dry riverbed in a remote region of India. The bodies show no signs of wounds or injuries, and the forest department declares a lightning strike the cause of death. But residents have been in a long-standing conflict with the elephants over the region's resources.
Elephant Rage
Elephants are usually docile herbivores, but authorities say wild elephant attacks are increasing. Why? The Pittsburgh Zoo's "Elephant Whisperer" brings uncanny insight into their complex minds.
Elephants: The Dark Side
Every year, hundreds of people are killed by elephants and the number of casualties keeps rising. We travel to India to find out why elephants, the world's favorite circus act, are becoming such a deadly problem.
Emperors of the Ice
Employing the Crittercam technology, researchers Jerry Kooyman and Paul Ponganis follow the emperor penguins and see the world from their perspective. They watch them search for food, rear their young and dodge predatory leopard seals. This and the gathering of environmental data helps the researchers understand these amazing animals and get a sense of their future as the balance of life in the Antarctic continues to change.
Escaping the Great White
A shark shoots skyward, tackling a herd of seals, as Nat Geo expert Ryan Johnson heads to sea with researcher Alta De Vos. Join the pair as they unravel a mystery surrounding Seal Island. Explore what seals do to avoid the great whites' jaws.
Expedition Great White
A hundred sixty miles off the coast of Baja California, a team of world-class anglers will land one of the most challenging fish imaginable: the great white shark. Unlike any other catch ever attempted, they'll lift an SUV-sized shark onto a platform, mount a long-lasting tracking tag by hand, take measurements and DNA samples, and release it unharmed. Marine biologist Dr. Michael Domeier helps uncover how this predator lives, with the ultimate goal of protecting this endangered species.
Eye of the Leopard
Every few years a natural history program appears on the scene that reminds us that wildlife can still amaze and inform us in a spectacular way. Eye of the Leopard tracks one cat for a remarkable three years in Botswana's Okavango Delta. She's called Legadema, or "Light from the Sky," and we follow her from the first vulnerable days as a cub, through the development of her hunting instincts, to her later triumphs that make her one of the most feared predators stalking the floodplain.
Family Beef: Cow in the Hole!
The harsh winter is dragging on at Valley View Farms, and the cattle feed is dwindling. The Buchanans' funds are too low to buy feed, so Big Tom signs up the boys for a tree-cutting job to make some quick cash. The job goes downhill quickly when Poppy steals Bo away to help a cow in distress. Even with the job, there's no guarantee they'll make the money in time, so Bo comes up with a last-minute scheme that just might save the day.
Family Beef: Fence Fiasco
Meet the Buchanans, a multigenerational family of hard-workin' cattle farmers in rural Virginia. Keeping a 2,000-acre farm financially afloat is no easy task, especially in an age where corporate-owned farms “rule the roost.” To secure a $200,000 clean water reimbursement, Big Tom gets the entire family together to build three miles of fences that would keep the farm's cattle out of the creek.
Fight For Life
During the most critical month of the year, May, a team of wildlife experts and filmmakers followed the lives of individual young animals growing up wild.  They captured the incredible real life stories of a five month-old lion cub, a newborn elephant calf, a tiny baby macaque and three adorable black bear cubs.  Now, with the addition of some previously unseen footage, we can reveal all the drama as it happened, the highs and the lows, in four special shows.
Fire Ants: Texas Border Massacre
Deep in the heart of Texas, fearsome invaders ravage the land, maim the animals, and attack people. Nothing seems to stop them. They're everywhere and they get into everything. In one south Texas town, the residents search for a way to counterattack. A bizarre experiment could hold the key to stopping the alien invasion. The enemy: a species of red fire ant that invaded the U.S. 70 years ago. Their best defense: a tiny fly with a devastating attraction to the ants.
Fish Bowl
Join Goldie, an average household goldfish, and her fishy friends as they party down at Nat Geo Wild’s Fish Bowl.  Step inside a world where something exciting lurks around every corner (if you can find one). There's feeding time!  And cleaning time!  And halftime!  There will be cats and kids and more!  We know people will wait with bated breath to see what happens next. 
Fish Frenzy
Fisherman set out by boat from Key West, Florida on a 400 mile open water crossing to the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico in search of a yearly fish feeding frenzy that few people get to witness.
Fish Tank Kings
Extreme fish aquariums are the ultimate status symbol, and the people who are on the cutting edge are in high demand. Dive into the demanding, pressure-filled job of pulling off these massive underwater creations. With a cast of thousands (of fish)—from the giant Pacific octopus and rare captive-bred porkfish to blacktip reef sharks and lionfish—Fish Tank Kings follows Florida-based aquarium specialists as they use their unparalleled skills, creativity, and teamwork to pull off the most extreme of these tanks, where the drama and pressure of the building process is nowhere as serene as the final product. From selecting the fishes to choosing the reefs and corals, clients will change their mind 10 times in the process. Acrylic will be formed and displays will be artistically created, and we’ll be there for every reveal.
Fish Warrior: Amazon Giant
Vagner treks deep into the Amazon in search of a river monster essentially unchanged since the Jurassic age -- the arapaima. These massive predators can eat just about anything; even snatching up birds and monkeys from the water's surface! It's a grueling expedition, but after days in the jungle's extreme environment, Vagner reels in the biggest arapaima he's ever seen. It's a 10-foot-long specimen, measuring nearly 5 feet in girth and weighing a whopping 325 pounds!
Fish Warrior: Catfish Attack
A catfish that can weigh nearly half a ton, eat small animals and, rumor has it, even people! Adventure angler and conservationist Jakub Vagner goes face-to-face with the wels catfish in France. He doesn't get swallowed whole, but he does get a vicious bite from a six-foot-long catfish while uncovering the truth about the wels.
Fish Warrior: Colossal Catfish
Vágner ventures into the world's largest rain forest to go head-to-head with the giant piraiba catfish. These megafish can stretch nearly 12 feet long and weigh a scale-busting 440 pounds. Though mainly preying on other fish, they have been known to eat birds and even monkeys. Local legend even tells of these powerful predators dragging fishermen to the river's bottom! Vágner endures torrential rain and sleep deprivation to catch this mega catfish of the Amazon.
Fish Warrior: Living Dinosaur
Jakub Vágner goes head-to-head with a prehistoric fish that survives today — the white sturgeon. With a skeleton of cartilage and rows of sharp plates called scutes around its body, a white sturgeon is able to grow to more than 1,500 pounds. However, this extraordinary species has suffered a decline in population because of habitat destruction and overfishing. Jakub joins local experts on a mission to catch and tag white sturgeon to aid the species' survival.
Fish Warrior: Nile Mammoth
Vágner travels in search of the Nile perch in Kenya. This megafish can grow to about 6 feet, 440 pounds, and could be a popular export for the country, except for concerns about a potential parasite that may make the perch dangerous to eat. Vágner is called in to catch the freshwater beast for scientists to examine and determine if there is in fact a deadly parasite problem. But extreme heat, wind and sandstorms make the journey treacherous and have Vágner struggling to push on.
Fish Warrior: Texas Titan
Along Dallas's Trinity River, Jakub Vágner searches for a true “Texas titan,” the alligator gar. The gar are known for their bony skulls, armorlike scales and piercing teeth, but their natural weapons can't protect them from overfishing and environmental changes. Jakub's mission is to help scientists tag several fish for data and seek out a huge gar to catch and release, hoping to prove that big specimens are still out there. Jakub lands a true behemoth — a 125-pound, 6-foot gar!
Florida Gators
Swimming in pools, napping in too sheds, even eating beloved pets, alligators are making some Florida residents uneasy as development, drought, and other factors put the two in increasingly frequent contact.
Florida Untamed: Croc Coast
The coral islands, lush mangroves and sandy beaches of the Florida coastline may seem pleasant. But for its wild inhabitants coping with continued development, human encroachment and a host of natural predators, the edge of the sea is a paradise filled with peril. Crocs may have outlasted the dinosaurs, but now they face a different kind of pressure. Coastal development has moved in on them, dramatically altering habitats. But crocs aren't the only ones residing on this land.
Florida Untamed: Gator Country
Journey into the secret forests of Florida as Nat Geo WILD follows three juvenile gators on a fight for survival as they work to outmaneuver their abundant foe in a distressing game of life or death. Before they regain the waters, alligator hatchlings face harsh odds. Only 1 in 10 will survive, as venomous snakes, cannibal alligators and rotund bullfrogs lurk at every turn in the hopes of gobbling up a baby alligator.
Foxes of the Kalahari
As the rains leave the Kalahari Desert, many desert animals in search of greenery follow them. The bat-eared fox remains through the dry season and waits out the long, dry months, determined to survive.
Freaks & Creeps: Africa's Freaky Five
Zoologist Lucy Cooke is on a quest to champion the oddball creatures of the animal kingdom and show the world what these underdogs can offer. Lucy heads to South Africa in search of Cape vultures, sungazer girdled lizards, golden-brown baboon spiders and chacma baboons. She'll do whatever it takes to get to know and help these animals. She jumps off cliffs to get an up-close view of a vulture's 8-foot wingspan and braves lightning to touch a lizard that looks like a dragon from Middle Earth.
Freaks & Creeps: Devil Island
Zoologist Lucy Cooke is on a quest to champion the oddball creatures of the animal kingdom and show the world what these underdogs have to offer. Lucy is off to the remote Australian island of Tasmania. This island is home to some of the planet's truly odd animals, including the Tasmanian devil, an animal that once thrived, but whose numbers are plummeting due to a contagious cancer. She'll also study the duckbill platypus and the echidna, a spiny, egg-laying mammal with a mulitheaded penis.
Freaks & Creeps: Weirdest Monkey Alive
Zoologist Lucy Cooke is on a quest to champion the oddball creatures of the animal kingdom and show the world what these underdogs have to offer. Lucy lands in Borneo to find the proboscis monkey, one of the oddest primates, with a potbelly and a big, pink balloon nose. Along the way, she meets scientists studying flying frogs; bats that roost inside carnivorous pitcher plants; and dung beetles that live on the forest floor, rejuvenating the ecosystem by making piles of dung disappear in hours.
Gabon: The Last Eden
In the jungles of Central Africa lies a vast wilderness where an ancient world is clashing with a modern one. A country the size of Colorado, Gabon is one of the few places in the world where you can stand on a pristine beach and see elephants, hippos and humpback whales all at once. Touched by the beauty and vulnerability of this land, Glenn Close narrates this special, which looks at the precarious survival of a fragile but still vital ecosystem.
Galapagos
Savage, bizarre, hellish and beautiful: explore the Islands that Changed the World with National Geographic Channel's three-hour high-definition event Galapagos. From erupting volcanoes, giant tortoises, leaping lizards, breathtaking views, diving birds and rarely filmed sites and creatures, go inside this living laboratory of evolution. Each hour of the special examines the islands from a different perspective.
Geo Bee 2012
Nat Geo WILD brings viewers every nail-biting moment of the final round of the 2012 National Geographic Bee. Narrowed down from more than 4 million students from across the country, only 10 will earn a coveted spot on stage at the final round, to be hosted by Alex Trebek and held at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C. Students put it all on the line as they compete for coveted prizes including a $25,000 college scholarship and trip for two to the Galapagos Islands.
Geo Bee 2013
The nation's smartest geography brainiacs will descend on Washington D.C. for the finals of the 2013 National Geographic Bee. Nat Geo will bring viewers every nail-biting moment of the final round as these students put it all on the line, competing for coveted prizes: third place will receive $10,000 scholarship, 2nd place $15,000, and the winner will receive a $25,000 college scholarship, lifetime membership to the National Geographic Society and a trip for two to the Galapagos Islands.
Geo Bee 2014
For the 26th year, the nation's smartest geography brainiacs will descend on Washington, D.C., for the finals of the 2014 National Geographic Bee. Narrowed down from more than 4 million students from across the country, only 10 will earn a coveted spot on stage at the final round to be moderated by Soledad O'Brien. The National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo WILD will bring viewers every nail-biting moment of the final round as these students put it all on the line, competing for coveted prizes.
Going Ape: Hooking Up
The desire to find a mate drives a lot of ape behavior, and despite millions of years of evolution, we're no exception. We'll explore the different mating strategies of our ape cousins, and look at how we retain some of the same preferences. To demonstrate this, NGC carries out a series of social experiments designed to bring out the inner ape in unsuspecting humans and compare their interactions with that of primates.
Going Ape: Social Climbers
Ever wonder why so many people seek fame? Our desire to be popular comes from an instinctive need to be liked. In this episode, find out why primates and humans both need to be part of social groups. Primatology experts compare ape behavior to that of humans to see how chitchat can improve status and why we're so good at deception. Hidden camera footage reveals our natural instinct to social climb, gossip and deceive.
Going Ape: The Alpha Male
Food and sex: with all the benefits that come with being the alpha male it's no surprise that male apes work so hard to get to the top. But it's not just our chimpanzee cousins who are in a constant struggle for power. From the world leader's power walk and the CEO's dominance posture, to our subtle everyday power struggles with strangers, this episode explores how those primitive instincts remain, and how – just like in the jungle – every human relationship is a battle to become king of the swi
Going Wild
Each episode, an ordinary person stuck in an extraordinary rut, is taken on an epic outdoor adventure by Tim Medvetz, a former Hell’s Angel on a mission. From scorching deserts, to surging rivers, to the rim of one of North America’s deadliest volcanoes, they’ll go off the grid and face extreme physical challenges to help them find the inner-strength they need to make a change in their lives at home. 
Gorilla Murders
In July 2007, photojournalist Brent Stirton's pictures of slain gorillas in Virunga National Park captured the attention of the world. Six months later National Geographic sent in the first Western journalists to enter the gorilla sector of the park since the murders, their search reveale the military corruption and danger there. In the end, one man will be falsely accused of the crime, one will stand trial and one will hold the park, and the remaining mountain gorillas that live there, hostage.
Gorilla Survival
NGC profiles British gambler and zoo keeper John Aspinall and his fight to save lowland gorillas in the Congo. Next, the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International fights to save mountain gorillas in Rwanda and National Geographic Society maps their habitat.
Great Migrations: Behind the Scenes
Witness the dramatic measures that Nat Geo crews took to get the brilliant shots for this epic television event. Follow along as the team swims with sharks, faces an enormous sandstorm moving at 60 mph, and journeys through war-torn landscapes seeking the kob of the Sudan. Dangle off a 400-foot cliff to get never-before-captured footage of peregrine falcon nestlings. Spend 14 hours a day 150 feet off the ground to film primates. And risk getting trapped in the Arctic ice while filming walrus.
Great Migrations: Born to Move
In the premiere hour of Great Migrations, witness the dramatic migration of Christmas Island's red crabs as they travel from interior forests to mate on the beaches, braving battles with ferocious yellow ants; the heartbreaking moment a wildebeest calf falls prey to crocodiles, all part of the 300-mile journey the wildebeest make each year; the monarch butterfly's annual journey that takes four generations to complete; and the sperm whale, who may travel more than a million miles in a lifetime.
Great Migrations: Feast or Famine
Witness the fortitude of Mali elephants as they undertake the longest elephant migration on earth - a vast, 300-mile circle around the heart of the country. See the great white sharks that cover thousands of miles of ocean each year from Hawaii to Mexico to reach an abundant feast. Witness close up the rarely filmed attack on a seal by a great white, shown in brilliant detail from above and below the water's surface. And follow the golden jellyfish of Palau on a race to follow the sun.
Great Migrations: Need to Breed
In the second hour of Great Migrations, witness the awe-inspiring stories of species' need to reproduce. View, for the first time in nearly 30 years, the white-eared kob performing a deadly mating ritual in Sudan. This episode also features stunning footage of flying foxes soaring across the skies of Australia with their young wrapped in their wings; hard-working ants on the floor of a Costa Rican rain forest; and the remarkable breeding behaviors of elephant seals in the Falkland Islands.
Great Migrations: Race to Survive
Every spring in Botswana, hundreds of zebras make a desperate 150-mile slog so their bodies can take in much-needed minerals. Shot by the award-winning filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, the journey is documented as never before. Next, we'll see the heartbreaking struggle of Pacific walrus that have become victims of earth's changing climate. Watch a herd of pronghorn antelope follow its ancient migration through Wyoming.Then, journey alongside the mysterious whale shark.
Great White Odyssey
NGC presents a “Preserve Our Planet” special, Great White Odyssey, a deep-sea expedition with world-renowned shark experts Michael Scholl and Ramon Bonfil. Join them as they tag a 12-foot great white they call Nicole — named for shark-lover and actress Nicole Kidman — a lone female who takes them on an epic journey across an ocean seething with threats to her survival.
Haunt of the Hippo
Kenya's Mzima Springs erupt from a labyrinth of lava to host a lush oasis where an intricate web of life revolves around its massive hippopotamus residents. The 3,000-pound herbivores raise families while fueling a dynamic food chain that stretches from terrapins to crocodiles. Acclaimed filmmakers Mark Deeble and Vicky Stone spent two years in the breathtaking, yet dangerous, paradise using unusual and impromptu techniques to capture hear stopping moments and never-before-seen hippo behavior.
Hippos: The Dark Side
Fat and cuddly, hippos are thought of as jolly vegetarians. And yet, these affable, loveable characters are responsible for killing more people in Africa, than any other. Not only are they extremely aggressive, but they're far from passive herbivores.
Hog Genius
Cement-breaking snouts, shape-shifting skulls, and video-gaming skills - after watching Hog Genius, you'll never think of pigs as simple swine again. Their smarts rival those of dogs and they thrive in backwoods, barnyards, and even laboratories, where mastering a video game earns food. As scientists are discovering, they have the bodies to back up their brains: their skulls can morph to make foraging for food easy and they detect smells better than bloodhounds.
Hogzilla
Sasquatch, the Loch Ness Monster, the Abominable Snowman -- and now Hogzilla. But this legend is different because one man claims he killed the 1,000 pound creature and knows where it is buried.
Honey Badgers
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Hooked: Man vs. Fish
Expert anglers face off with some of the biggest fish in the world, including a giant tuna with razor-sharp teeth and a man-eating catfish.
Hooked: Carp Invasion
Asian carp are infiltrating major American waterways; with insatiable appetites they have the power to destroy an entire ecosystem by depleting a native food chain from the bottom up. NGC takes to the waters to understand these alien predators. How did they get here? Where are they going? And what are scientists and anglers doing to fight back? We'll also look at some of the controversial methods being used to combat the fish, including underwater electric fences and “bow-fishing,” where arc
Hooked: Caught Bare-handed
NGC travels the globe to take a closer look at unusual fishing rituals and the thrill seekers behind them. Follow along as catfish wranglers at a cutthroat fishing competition in Oklahoma dive deep into underwater lairs and - using only their hands - attempt to grab a mammoth fish and win the title of biggest catch. Travel to Papua New Guinea, where shark callers keep an ancient tradition alive as they navigate deadly waters and use handmade tools to capture and kill sharks.
Hooked: Combat Fishing
NGC goes behind the front lines of Alaska's fishing industry where crews of elite fishermen battle for the opportunity to make millions in a matter of minutes.
Hooked: Extreme Angling
Daring anglers use a variety of nontraditional methods to make their catch. See a marine biologist rescue an injured sand tiger shark with a spring-loaded lasso. Then, meet an expert angler who literally dove off a cliff to make his catch -- a giant trevally, a fish that can grow to bathtub proportions. See a daredevil fisherman reel in a massive thresher shark -- from his surfboard! And watch a man hook a record-breaking snapper using a kite.
Hooked: Extreme Noodling
Leave your rod and reel at home — NGC is going inside the extreme fishing world of noodling. We'll travel overseas with an American fishing team to wrestle one of the world's biggest river beasts by hand — a monster Wels catfish. It's a dangerous task, as Wels can stretch up to 15 feet long and weigh over 600 pounds! Elsewhere, fearless scientists are doing some hand fishing of their own … to save a species.
Hooked: Fish Gone Wild
Two anglers wrestle a giant Wels catfish with their bare hands, and a man hooks a marlin as wild as a raging bull from his kayak.
Hooked: Fishzilla
It's got teeth like a shark, a taste for blood, and even walks on land. It is an insatiable alien predator that can obliterate the food chain and overpower native life. Scientists are sounding the alarm. But can anything stop it?
Hooked: Flying Monsters
Join the hunt for the most incredible high-flying fish of the deep as we travel to fishing meccas all across the globe. Encountering everything from a giant black marlin to a monstrous mako shark. It is man against fish!
Hooked: Giant Devil Catfish
Go in search of the legendary Goonch, a ferocious catfish rumored to be a man-eater. Known as the Giant Devil Catfish, this vicious fighter is believed to have developed a taste for human flesh by feeding on burnt bodies from funeral pyres in India. Now, one extreme angler is determined to find out what is myth and what is real. Embarking on a daring expedition, adventure angler Jakub Vágner is on a quest to come face to face with a monster Goonch… in the flesh.
Hooked: Monster Fish!
A catfish the size of a grizzly bear? A 1,000-pound marlin with a deadly sharp bill? Discover monster fish so prized that fanatic fishermen use their own arms for bait.
Hooked: Monster Hauls
In this "best-of" special, take a look at Hooked's most amazing catches and the unusual methods anglers use to wrangle record-breaking fish. Witness how two anglers on North America's Fraser River come face-to-face with a prehistoric goliath — a white sturgeon over 11 feet long. In Panama, another fishing team battles a monster marlin over 1,200 pounds and hatches a daring impromptu plan to tag and release it safely.
Hooked: Monsters of the Deep
A team of fishermen hook a squid weighing measuring 26 feet long. A fisherman attempts to save an injured 130-pound giant trevally. A fishmerman reels in a 1,400-pound tiger shark. This is all just part of the adventure in this episode of Hooked.
Hooked: More Monster Fish!
Hooked: Monster Fish! was one of NGC's most popular shows. Now, NGC brings viewers the next installment with Hooked Again: Monster Fish! Fighting Black Marlin, colossal swamp creatures, speed demon sharks, and super sized predators of the deep. Some are prehistoric and others are so mysterious that we know little of how they live and survive. In rivers, bayous, swamps or oceans, each encounter with a monster fish brings us closer to understanding them, braving them and marveling at their size.
Hooked: The Long Haul
In Alaska's treacherous waters, two crews of fishermen will brave the elements for a chance of making a quarter of a million dollars in just five days. They'll fight sleep deprivation, face unpredictable weather and avoid hungry sperm whales in a race to catch their share of millions of pounds of black cod and Pacific halibut. The crews set their 2-mile longlines on the bottom of the ocean. Each armed with thousands of baited hooks, the lines will sit on the seafloor for three to 10 hours.
Hooked: Vampire Fish
Travel the world in search of monster fish with monster teeth, from the African Congo to the Amazon Jungle, it's the ultimate battle of man vs. fanged fish.
Hornets from Hell
She can kill up to 40 victims in a minute. A homicidal prowess. Entomologist, Dr. Masato Ono, uncovers the secrets of the world's largest hornets.
How Big Can It Get? Croczilla
The saltwater crocodile is the largest of all living reptiles, and one of the few animals that's a documented man-eater. Its massive jaws can slice through its prey with a bite force approaching 4,000 pounds! We join a research team in Florida, where experts believe the croc's bite force may hold the secret to its growth. Then, all the way across the world in the Sahara desert, we examine the fossilized remains of one of the largest crocodilians ever to walk the earth, known as “super croc.”
How Big Can It Get? Dragonzilla
Up to 10 feet long and 300 pounds of pure menace, the Komodo dragon is the world's largest lizard — and scientists believe it has a genetic link to reach even larger proportions. Evidence suggests the Komodo is related to the ancient Megalania, a monstrous lizard measuring 23 feet long and weighing some 800 pounds. Join a team of experts tracking and tagging wild Komodos as part of a yearlong research project to understand the giant lizard.
How Big Can It Get? Snakezilla
The python is already the longest snake in the world, and scientists now believe it could one day grow to the mind-numbing proportions of its 40-foot-long, 2,500-pound ancient relative! To better understand how a snake's habitat impacts its size, experts head to the Columbus Zoo, where Fluffy, one of the largest pythons in captivity, resides.
How Human Are You?
“How Human Are You?” is an interactive exploration of human behavior and how it relates to the animal kingdom.
How Nature Works
Our planet is home to over ten million species, but not one of them can survive on its own. How Nature Works sheds new light on the relationships among plants and animals that keep our world spinning. Travel high up into the trees of East Africa with the giraffes and witness how their ability to eat around termites makes homes for the geckos. Journey deep into the forests of North America where a caterpillar munches holes in leaves that allow for essential light to penetrate the forest floor.
Hummingbird
Explore the secret world of one of the most spectacular creatures on earth and one of the stars of the bird world: the hummingbird. They're among the smallest warm-blooded animals on earth, but despite their size they have enormous physical capabilities -- they can even fly backward! Using slow-motion cameras, Nat Geo WILD offers never-before-seen insight into their fascinating lives. Fly with them and discover there's more to these colorful, energetic and acrobatic creatures than meets the eye.
Hunt for the Giant Octopus
Now, a team of intrepid explorers dive into the wild depths of the Pacific in hopes of unlocking the secrets to this mysterious and magnificent animal. Nat Geo WILD's Hunt for the Giant Octopus takes you through ghostly shipwrecks and wildlife on a deep-sea adventure into the world of the giant octopus. The show highlights these creatures' phenomenal size, remarkable intelligence and extraordinary ability to morph in response to their surroundings.
Hunt for the Monster Fish
Join fish biologist, conservationist and National Geographic Explorer Zeb Hogan to see the most extreme encounters in megafishing and the groundbreaking research being done to protect these fish.
Hunter and Hunted: Ambush
Could it be that some Black Bears have learned to see humans as prey? Hunter and Hunted investigates a rash of black bear attacks on humans in Canada. Through eyewitness accounts and detailed analysis of the attack scenes, NGC pieces together the puzzleto this bizarre increase of attacks. What triggered these normally non-threatening black bears to attack us?
Hunter and Hunted: Arctic Attack
After two violent attacks on the island of Spitsbergen, experts are Norway's recent unprovoked polar bear attacks are causing scientists to ask what is causing the animals' abnormal aggression. determined to solve the mystery. Researchers have been using seismic sensors to measure rock density beneath the island's crust. Could the unnatural sounds this man-made technology produces be agitating the bears? Researchers must decipher the clues to find out why the humans have become the hunted.
Hunter and Hunted: Bear Man's Land
Vitaly Nikolaenko, a self-taught bear naturalist & amateur photographer, spent most of his life tracking some of the world's biggest brown bears until he was viciously killed by one. After his nearly 30 years of experience working in close proximity with bears, what made this one suddenly turn on him? Could it have been a shortage of food or did Vitaly's own actions spark the attack? With a team of experts, forensic evidence & Vitaly's original footage, NGC sheds light on what actually happened.
Hunter and Hunted: Cougar Island
Cougar attacks on humans happen more often on Vancouver Island than anywhere else. Shockingly, 1/3 of cougar attacks in all the Americas have happened on this rugged island. What is making the cougars here so dangerous? Join the NGC as 2 teams of experts investigate 6 cougar attacks, including one on 4-yr-old girl who was defended by her mother. Their scientific analysis sheds new light on these attacks and reveals the surprising combination of factors that make this the Isle of the Cougar.
Hunter and Hunted: Danger in the Delta
In the heart of southern Africa, in the Okavango Delta, two animal attacks in the span of eight days leave one person dead and another seriously injured. Could a hippo have been capable of such force and ferocity? By examining new scientific data and eyewitness accounts, two teams of experts, one in Africa and one in America, attempt to discover the cause of these attacks. Hunter and Hunted brings to light the darker side of hippo behavior - analyzing their strange and sometimes violent ways.
Hunter and Hunted: Death Down Under
Fraser Island, Australia, March 29, 2001: David Eason vanishes from a group of sunbathers enjoying a guided tour of the island. Extensive rescue searches turn up no trace of the man. Investigators follow every lead from hoax to homicide. How could someone disappear off the face of the earth? Then, just one month later, two boys are chased down and mauled by a pair of dingoes, Australian wild dogs. NGC investigators visit the attack scenes to examine the evidence and pursue the possibilities.
Hunter and Hunted: Dolphin Attack
Dolphins are loveable looking creatures but sometimes can be nothing like "Flipper." Dolphin attacks, both in captivity and the wild, have resulted in serious injuries and even death. Reaching as big as 12 feet and 1,000 pounds, dolphins have the ability to be fierce predators. With a team of experts, NGC enters their complex world of sexual aggression and social hierarchy in Hunter and Hunted: Dolphin Attack to find out what causes these seemingly harmless animals to attack.
Hunter and Hunted: Dragon King
When a young boy falls victim to a Komodo dragon attack, the members of an Indonesian village are shocked. With serrated teeth and a voracious appetite, this Dragon King has long been known as a fearsome wild predator, but until recently, dangerous encounters with people have been rare. Follow along as an international team of experts examine what has caused this massive predator to turn on village members as humans become the hunted.
Hunter and Hunted: Gator Attack
In May 2006, three women are killed by large alligators in three different parts of Florida. The American alligator is an efficient and opportunistic hunter but seldom prey on humans. So why are they now attacking us? With a team of experts, the National Geographic Channel investigates the common thread behind these three tragic alligator attacks.
Hunter and Hunted: Ghosts of the Snow
Hunted almost to extinction, approximately 500 Siberian tigers are left in the wild. Incredibly stealthy and possessing killer camouflage, these tigers are rarely seen. So when a series of encounters bring humans and these normally elusive cats face-to-face - including one researcher being severely attacked - investigators are puzzled. Now, NGC examines the reasons behind why these Ghosts of the Snow would suddenly attack humans.
Hunter and Hunted: Horns of Death
Throughout Africa, cape buffalos generally seek out and attack lions but recently they are becoming more and more violent toward humans. What is causing an animal known as "Black Death" to become more aggressive toward us? NGC investigates these disturbing outbreaks of brutality, probes the details of this animal behavior, and provides firsthand eyewitness accounts from those close to the attacks.
Hunter and Hunted: Jungle Breakout
In the mountains of West Africa's Sierra Leone, three tourists are attacked by one of our closest relatives in the animal kingdom - a chimp. While they are sightseeing in the safety of their car, a chimp charges, breaks a window and bites off three fingers of one man. In Hunter and Hunted, NGC investigates why this animal, usually fearful of humans, attacked so aggressively.
Hunter and Hunted: Kidnapped
Conflicts between baboons and humans are on the rise. In June 2003, a three-month old child was abducted from his bed by a male baboon in a remote area of South Africa. Why did this baboon steal this child? Hunter and Hunted investigates this bizarre incident and the increase of conflicts between baboons and tourists in Cape Town. What can explain these strange incidents? Could they have anything in common?
Hunter and Hunted: Kodiak Attack
Nothing in the North American woods is more powerful or deadly than a brown bear and the Kodiak archipelago in Alaska is home to 3,000 of these fearsome giants. But experienced outdoorsmen know that fatal bear attacks are rare. Then, bears violently maul two hunters just 20 miles and 24 hours apart. Only one of the hunters makes it out of the woods alive. Forensic experts re-open attack scenarios and uncover evidence, shedding light on these deadly encounters.
Hunter and Hunted: Mangrove Man-eater
Common in the deep forest, occasional in the muddy water near shore, Bengal tiger attacks on people, a reported 30-50 people every year, are part of every day life in India's Sundarbans. Find out what would make a tiger seek human prey inside the village itself in NGC's Hunter and Hunted.
Hunter and Hunted: Predators in Paradise
At one time, alligators appeared on the endangered species list. Today, more than a million thrive in Florida's waterways, swamps, and backyard ponds. After decades of relative peace, 3 brutal attacks in 3 years shock 'gator-loving' Sanibel Island. A team of animal behaviorists, trauma physicians, and forensic experts reconstruct and explain the reason for this series of mysterious attacks.
Hunter and Hunted: Rhino Showdown
"The animal was definitely berserk and it was definitely going to kill somebody." A chilling recollection from a tourist who, along with his brother, was attacked by a rhino in the brushland of South Africa. Seemingly unprovoked, the rhino charged, hitting the men with the force of a pickup truck. Now, scientists look back at similar attacks to figure out the mistakes tourists are making with these normally shy animals.
Hunter and Hunted: Shadow Stalkers
Was it the first ever recorded fatal wolf attack in North America? On November 8, 2005, a 22 year-old student is found dead from an apparent attack by wild animals in Canada. Did grey wolves kill him or merely scavenge his remains? If so, what would cause the normally shy wolves to attack? Join NGC as Hunter Hunted examines the clues to this mysterious case and tries to separate fact from speculation.
Hunter and Hunted: Shark Invasion
Recife, one of the largest cities in Brazil and one of the country's top tourist destinations, has endless miles of sandy beach and inviting waves but the highest concentration of shark attacks in the world. Now, Hunter and Hunted investigates the reasons behind these shark attacks that are causing beachgoers to struggle for their lives. What can the locals, who thrive on tourist income, do to stop the attacks in what is fast becoming the shark city of the world?
Hunter and Hunted: Stalked at Sea
From "typical" white shark attacks to a surprising, open ocean attack, the number of people targeted seems to be increasing, especially in one part of the world. In South Africa, video has caught two of the oceans most fearsome predators hunting in cooperation on one surfer. Are some people…shark magnets? Are attack numbers really increasing? Join Hunter and Hunter as we learn the real risks of entering the ocean, and find out what might make you a target for great white sharks.
Hunter and Hunted: Tanzania Terror
A horrifying epidemic of man-eating lions spreads terror throughout Tanzania. Over the course of 18 months, a notorious lion nick-named 'Osama' kills and consumes 49 people. Living with lions is a necessary evil for many people in rural Africa, but this spate of killings is not normal. What could have given this lion a taste for human flesh? An autopsy reveals a possible motive. But the day after rangers shoot 'Osama,' another lion strikes. Could another man-eater be on the prowl?
Hunter and Hunted: The Silent Stalker
.Stealthy, nighttime predators descend on an Amazonian village, leaving unanswered questions and seven people dead. Several clues suggest that vampire bats may be responsible, but the evidence says otherwise. Why would these shy, nocturnal creatures suddenly target humans? Has something driven them into the village? Or has a colony that had peacefully co-existed suddenly begun to feed on residents?
Hunter and Hunted: Vanished
A group of tired tourists enjoys a refreshing, moonlit swim in an idyllic, outback waterhole, when one of them, a 23-year old German woman, suddenly vanishes beneath the surface of the water. Why were they swimming at night in waters inhabited by the world's largest crocodiles? Who or what was responsible? Experts return to the scene of the attack, interview eye witnesses and examine forensic evidence to discover some surprising and disturbing answers.
Hunter and Hunted: Victims of Venom
Two talented snake handlers, separated by oceans but united by a love of reptiles, are bitten by cobras. One attack makes world wide news; the other is captured live on video. The astounding story of how these two men were bitten and their struggles tosurvive unfolds in a tragic tale involving cobras, cameras, and contrasting cultures.
Hyena Coast
Brown hyena expert Ingrid Wiesel wants to find her favorite study animal, named Tosca, who has disappeared from her home range on Namibia's wild west coast. Ingrid's spent the last 17 years studying brown hyenas -- now she must journey deep into Tosca's world to discover what exactly has forced her to leave her traditional hunting grounds.
Hyenas at War
From overthrowing the queen to fending off hungry lions and near starvation, this pack of African spotted hyenas leads a life full of intrigue, sex and clan politics.
Ice Bear
Get immersed in the intimate lives of polar bears: their capacity to interpret each others actions and body language. Well see that personality goes a long way in the frozen North and that being socially awkward or overly enthusiastic will make your life just that little bit harder. Follow individual bears and entire families as they make the treacherous journey from the hunting grounds on the winter ice fields to the highly contested summer pack ice of the Hudson Bay.
Ice Bear
Get immersed in the intimate lives of polar bears: their capacity to interpret each other's actions and body language. We'll see that personality goes a long way in the frozen North and that being socially awkward or overly enthusiastic will make your life just that little bit harder. Follow individual bears and entire families as they make the treacherous journey from the hunting grounds on the winter ice fields to the highly contested summer pack ice of the Hudson Bay.
Icy Killers: Secrets of Alaska's Salmon Shark
In Alaska's freezing waters lurk some of the ocean's most agile killers - salmon sharks. They are a close relative of the great white shark and one of the few sharks with warm-blooded capabilities. Every year, thousands make the journey for a feeding frenzy in Prince William Sound, a rugged wonderland where enormous glaciers carve and reshape the land. Despite its severe and unforgiving landscape, this area is a rich ecosystem, home to huge schools of Pacific salmon and salmon sharks.
In Pursuit of the Giant Bluefin
A masterpiece of engineering design, the bluefin tuna swims faster than dolphins, hunts as boldly as great white sharks and migrates using its sensitivity to heat, light, even Earth's magnetic poles, for guidance.
In the Womb: Animals
Enter the wombs of three mammals -- elephant, dolphin and dog -- and trace their different paths from conception to birth. Discover evolutionary clues to the animals' ancestry by observing fetal development in utero.
In the Womb: Cats
4-D ultrasound images show remarkable behavior of a lion embryo and a cat embryo running in place and stretching in the womb.
In the Womb: Dogs
Using state-of-the-art visual effects and real-time 4-D ultrasound imagery, we follow the fetal development of one wolf and three different dog breeds.
In the Womb: Extreme Animals
The latest installment of the critically acclaimed In the Womb series, which explores the extraordinary methods of reproduction and gestation of four different animals: sharks, emperor penguins, red kangaroos and parasitic wasps. Using real-time 4-D ultrasound images, specially created visual effects and fetal imaging techniques, the two-hour special follows unusual developmental challenges in utero.
In the Womb: Extreme Animals
In the Womb: Extreme Animals, which explores the extraordinary methods of reproduction and gestation of four different animals: fish, bird, mammal and insect, using real-time 4-D ultrasound images.
Insect Wars
Social insects perfected the art of empire millions of years before man, and our stratagems, weaponry and alliances pale in comparison to the warrior legions beneath our feet. When kingdoms collide, a trail of carnage and destruction litters the landscape. Go into the inner sanctums of the world's mightiest insect empires and catch a rare view of invertebrate battlefield tactics, defensive strategies, and struggles for power.
Inside Nature's Giants: Croc
Experts explore the inner workings of the crocodile. By lifting the skin of this most ancient of animals they will reveal its alien anatomy and explain why this animal has changed so little since the age of the dinosaurs.
Inside Nature's Giants: Elephant
It's CSI on a large scale -- an autopsy of an elephant weighing close to 12 tons. At the Royal Veterinary College in London, a dissection team looks inside an Asian elephant that suffered a debilitating chronic illness to understand how elephants work. We'll look under the skin and analyze their unique anatomy and search for clues as to why this particular elephant was suffering.
Inside Nature's Giants: Giraffe
When a young giraffe unexpectedly dies at a zoo, a team of experts performs an autopsy to find out what led to its death, and takes advantage of this rare opportunity to explore how this extraordinary animal evolved.
Inside Nature's Giants: Whale
It's a real-life CSI autopsy on an immense scale. When a 65-foot fin whale washes up on a beach, scientists are granted a rare opportunity to investigate its death and find out how it's built and how it lives and feeds. In a race against time, the team has just two days to dissect this remarkable creature.
Into the Abyss
With more underwater creatures than anywhere else on the planet and 10 times more biodiversity than Caribbean reefs, scientists travel 10,000 ft. down in the Celebes Sea to explore the bizarre and the undiscovered.
Island of the Giant Bears
On Kodiak Island, progress and politics threaten the land and life of the Kodiak bears. Journey to Alaska and follow a year in the life of these giant brown beasts.
Jellyfish Invasion
For over 500 million years, the jellyfish has survived in our oceans. Today, global warming and pollution may be contributing to a population explosion, as billions of these sometimes venomous creatures increasingly swarm around our beaches and shorelines. And though they have no bones, blood or brain, some jellyfish are armed with a deadly arsenal unlike any other on the planet. Explorer dissects the fascinating physiology of this living fossil.
Jobs That Bite
Jobs that Bite! is hosted by actor and outdoor enthusiast Jeremy Brandt, who travels across the country to experience a wide array of animal jobs — including Ostrich wrangling, wild bee hive rescue, lion dentistry, and patrolling with the mounted police — and the amazingly adept professionals that have found job satisfaction outside of the office.
Journey to Shark Eden
A team of scientists led by Nat Geo Ocean Fellow Dr. Enric Sala and joined by Explorer-in-Residence Mike Fay journeys to five remote islands in the Pacific to explore pristine coral reefs and the shark populations that inhabit them. They'll face a host of dangers along the way - swim through powerful waves, risk being ripped to shreds by jagged reefs, and literally become stranded on a remote desert isle; and they'll encounter hoards of sharks that have likely never seen humans before.
Jurassic C.S.I.: In Living Color
What colors were dinosaurs? We know little about their actual color, and now maverick dino detective Dr. Phil Manning tries to find out more. He utilizes one of the world's most precise imaging machines which uses highly focused beams one million times stronger than a chest X-ray to search for traces of color pigments chemistry in fossils. But first, Phil uses the synchrotron on a magpie-sized bird with teeth, the archaeopteryx, and reveals tremendous detail.
Jurassic C.S.I.: Inside T. rex
Go inside the mind of a T. rex with Dr. Phil Manning as he examines just how the planet's ultimate predator's brain was hard wired for the kill. Tyrannosaurus Rex was notoriously small-brained did this render him a lumbering animal that killed by opportunity or could his brain possess all the right tools of a calculated hunter? With the most perfectly preserved T. rex skull ever collected, Phil employs a CT scanner to unlock the fossil's mysteries.
Jurassic C.S.I.: Walk Like a Dinosaur
Dinosaurs vanished from the earth millions of years ago leaving only a handful of clues to their existence, including fossils and footprints. Such scant evidence has meant that palaeontologists have always struggled to answer the question, how did the dinosaurs move? Treating fossils and footprints like crime scene evidence, Dr. Phil Manning employs cutting-edge crime scene technology in Spain to create a 3D virtual world of one of the most spectacular dino stomping grounds on the globe.
Kangaroo Kaos
In the land down under, the kangaroo has kicked and hopped its way to domination in some of the toughest terrain in the world. But now, it's become a victim of its own success, and scientists are looking into “roo” birth control to solve the overpopulation problem. As kangaroo populations increase, so do human confrontations — property damage, competition with livestock, destruction of cash crops and relentless traffic hazards. Then, meet the “roo whisperer,” a wildlife caregiver who rescues
Killed by Coyotes?
For the first time in known history, coyotes have killed an adult human. WILD investigates the attack to help us understand the coyote and the reasons behind this horrific event.
Killer Cane Toads
Explorer takes you to the front lines of the Australian Outback, where a serious confrontation is about to break out. On one side are the Killer Cane Toads that look just like ones you might find in your back yard but their venom is harmful to humans and lethal to many animals. This near unstoppable army of toads have multiplied and spread across Australia – wiping out much of the native wildlife.
Killer Cats
Explorer reveals some of the most graceful hunters on land with the blueprint to be lethal killers. Cats are well adapted for hunting down their victims in different environments, from dense rainforest to the dry African savannah, and have a large armory of tools to execute the perfect kill. Stalking, jumping, pouncing or running, lone hunters or team players, cats are highly specialized, each for their own mode of attack.
Killer Crocs of Uganda
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Killer Dogs of Africa
After a year in the savannah, wildlife cameraman Kim Wolhuter gained the acceptance of a pack of African wild dogs at the Malilangwe Reserve in southern Zimbabwe. The result of his persistence is an incredible up-close examination of the daily struggles of these predators. See them as tenacious hunters who chase their prey to exhaustion; dedicated members of an intimate, yet intricate social structure; and gutsy warriors willing to face off against bigger rivals like lions and hyenas.
Killer Shots: Great White Ambush
Andy Brandy Casagrande IV, or "ABC" as he likes to be called, is not your average wildlife camera guy. He lacks an emotion that people normally have — fear. But a lack of fear is not necessarily a bad thing when you find yourself face-to-face with a large and hungry great white shark. Andy travels to False Bay, South Africa, to infiltrate the hunting grounds of this fearsome predator to film the way it kills.
Killer Shots: Lion Stalker
Wildlife cameraman Andy Casagrande is on assignment in Africa's Serengeti National Park, racing along with lions and cheetahs in order to film them hunting. He must eat, drink, sleep and move in the for the kill with these carnivores, covering their every stalk and chase. Just getting into the vast wilderness of the Serengeti is a feat in itself. Andy endures 30 hours of air travel and another 10 hours driving to location before setting out on foot to track the creatures.
Killer Shots: Tracking the Ghost Bear
Andy Casagrande ventures to the frozen Canadian wilderness, not once, not twice, but THREE times to get his shot. His mission is to locate and film one of the most elusive and dangerous predators on earth — the polar bear. They are enormous creatures, standing 5 feet tall on all fours and weighing up to 1,600 pounds, but notoriously elusive. In fact, so elusive that Andy had to use every method available, including helicopters, snowmobiles and dogsleds, to traverse the vast, frozen land.
Killer Shrimp
Go on the trail of a sharpshooting inhabitant of the coral reefs - the record-breaking, thumb-splitting mantis shrimp. At the beautiful coral reefs of Thailand, witness mantis shrimps in the wild. Then at university labs in the USA, learn about their eyesight - the most complicated in the animal kingdom - and their incredible hard-hitting claws. With ninja-like precision, mantis shrimps can strike with the acceleration of a bullet and can crack a crab's shell with a single blow.
King Cobra
Meet the world's largest venomous snake. Its size, deadliness, and ability to rear up and look a man in the eye have earned it a name that is more like a title. One bite from this legendary serpent is potent enough to kill 100 people.
King Fishers: Battle for America
It's the ultimate fishing challenge. Three anglers battle it out during three extraordinary expeditions. Each is highly competitive and determined to beat their new fishing buddies. But it isn't just about who catches the most and who catches the biggest. It's also about who hosts the ultimate fishing trip, with marks awarded for both number of fish caught and the overall fishing experience itself.
King Fishers: Monsters of the Rockies
Three anglers battle it out during three extraordinary expeditions. Only one of them will be crowned King Fisher. In this episode, all-Canadian Kevin, a jet-boating hockey pro from British Columbia, hosts his opponents on the banks of the Fraser River where they fish for protected prehistoric sturgeon — the largest freshwater species in North America. Pepper, a laid-back American who lives in the Amazon, leads the anglers as they hunt the notoriously aggressive peacock bass in Brazil's Amazon.
King Rattler
Get up close to the legendary eastern diamondback rattlesnake, the largest and most dangerous snake in North America. Find out where it lives, how it hunts and what to do if you encounter one.
Kingdom of the Apes
The great apes are fascinating and intelligent animals that share many qualities with humans, and now with the astounding research provided by primatologist Jane Goodall, we explore deeper into the complex species to reveal their culture and personality. Kingdom of the Apes, features the life stories of some of the best known great apes that have ever lived. Goodall began her work with these kingdoms more than 50 years ago, revealing some of the most dramatic and revealing events within our natural history. In the disappearing jungles of Africa, our closest cousins are living out dramas that are totally epic and eerily familiar. Through these great ape life histories, we witness some of the most classic studies of an individuals' struggle for power, great wars that wage within and among societies, and even complex social strategies at play, blurring the line between what is ape and what is human. 
Kingdom of the Blue Whale
Blue whales are the largest creatures to ever inhabit the earth - yet despite their size, we know little about them. A team of scientists set out on an expedition to unlock the secrets of the blue whale and investigate why they are dying.
Kingdom of the Forest
Take a 12-month journey through the forest to watch every inhabitant - from the tallest tree to the tiniest ant - fight for food, light, space and the right to breed. Witness the amazing visual feast that occurs when trees compete to reproduce. Discover the origin of the "fox trot" as fox cubs establish dominance with ritualized wrestles. And, watch incredible footage of plants as they make their seasonal transitions in an intense display of color.
Kingdom of the Meadow
Nat Geo WILD takes a closer look at the history and future of one of Earth's most treasured natural habitats. Get an in-depth view of the creatures and plant life that make up this unique wildlife treasure, go inside the devastating consequences of modern farming methods and see the new technology that could hold the key to restoring the meadow to its natural glory.
Kingdom of the Oceans
The history of the inhabitants of the sea began over 3 million years before animals took their first steps on dry land. At the dawn of the world, life conquered all marine environments, from tropical waters to ice deserts, from coastal shores to the open sea. 
Koala Hospital
For almost 40 years, the Koala Hospital and its community of volunteers have been caring for sick and injured wild koalas, giving them a second chance at life.Four wounded souls, Jimmy, Farida, Kaylee and Twinkles arrive abruptly, at what has now become a koala refugee camp - this extraordinary hospital in Port Macquarie, a few hours north of Sydney. We share the captivating journeys of Jimmy and these three other displaced individuals throughout the film.
Land of the Anaconda
The world's largest snake lurks in the mud of the Venezuelan wetlands. Here, researcher Jesus Rivas stomps barefoot through waters rich with caimans, wading birds, capybaras and even piranhas to capture, tag and study the great anaconda.
Leopards of Dead Tree Island
A dramatic, real-life tale of three leopards plays out in Botswana's Okavango Delta. This is prime territory for Africa's most secretive big cat, and although leopards normally avoid contact with each other, one island is the common hunting ground of three individuals drawn together by changing seasons and the movement of their prey. What unfolds is an in-depth look into their lives, following the tension, drama and in the end, heart-wrenching tragedy as all three seek one goal.
Life in the Canopy: Jungle Diaries
Going into their third week, Julie and Guy are approached by the monkeys, who are curious about their new neighbors in the canopy. Climbing experts help Julie set up a platform to observe the mangabeys' sleeping zone and closely interact with them. Meanwhile, Guy teams up with an elephant expert to learn more about the reclusive giants of the forest. They track the elephants deep into the jungle using thermal imaging to study this endangered species.
Life in the Canopy: Living Like a Monkey
Julie Anderson and wilderness expert Guy Grieve trek into the African jungle to study the elusive red-capped mangabey monkey. They get settled into the treetop shelter where they will live for six weeks to be closer to the monkeys and safe from predators at night. As Guy works to make their new home livable, hunting and gathering food and water, Julie must establish trust with the monkeys to get close enough to study them. Before long, Julie gains insight into monkey hierarchy and eating habits.
Life in the Canopy: Lost in Eden
As the expedition starts to wind down, the team continues to observe the monkey group at their feeding zone. Julie enlists the help of the climbing team to rig ropes for her to climb into the upper branches of a tree almost as tall as a 20-story building, where she can study each distinct call and whoop of the mangabeys. After living in a tree house, interacting with monkeys and getting acquainted with the locals, the team has gained incredible insight into the day-to-day life of this threatened
Lion Warriors
This is the story of the survival of the Maasai-land lion. Under Africa's iconic Mt Kilimanjaro, lives one of the world's most romanticized tribes; the Maasai, who are in a real-time ‘life and death' struggle with the world's most beloved big cat; the lion. This film follows several lion characters - and the Maasai warriors who protect them and hunt them. It reveals how the Maasai are reinventing their ‘warrior ways', and finding solutions that may save the lions – and transform their own culture.
Lions of the African Night
David and Carol Hughes follow a pride of lions to capture their nocturnal behavior on film.
Live Like an Animal: Big City Beaver
To showcase the amazing architectural achievements of beavers, wildlife buffs Lloyd Buck, Matt Thompson and James Cooper attempt to build a beavers' den and live like this industrious mammal for a full 24 hours. After observing beavers at work at a remote loch in the highlands of Scotland, the guys head to their chosen construction site on the grounds of Alexandra Palace in north London, where they use brush, saplings and clay to build their man-sized beavers' lodge.
Live Like an Animal: Giant Wasps
Wildlife buffs Lloyd Buck, Matt Thompson and James Cooper try to build and live like the masters of papier-mâché: wasps. Their twin challenges are to construct a wasps' nest, scaled to human size, on the grounds of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, and then live in it for 24 hours — eating, working, hunting and sleeping like these busy builders.
Live Like an Animal: Human Hummingbird
At the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, wildlife buffs Lloyd, Matt and James attempt to build a hummingbird's nest to human scale and live like this hyperkinetic bird for 24 hours. First, they observe hummingbirds in the wild in Pennsylvania visited by nearly a thousand hummingbirds a day during their peak migration season. The only birds able to fly backward, forward and sideways, some hummingbirds withstand 9 Gs while executing impressive courting dives.
Living with Big Cats
Imagine forging a relationship with a wild leopard from birth. For award-winning husband-and-wife filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, this dream became a reality while filming the critically acclaimed special Eye of the Leopard. For 3 years in the wilds of Africa, the Jouberts capture the astonishing transformation of a single leopard they called Legadema from the time she was 8 days old. Now, in their latest film, get the behind-the-scenes story of how the relationship developed.
Lords of the Everglades
A pod of fresh-water alligators are compared and contrasted with salt-water crocodiles, revealing crucial differences between the two species and the environments they inhabit.
Lost Land of the Tiger: Big Cat Corridor
Now, the team strike out from base camp to track down tigers throughout Bhutan. Kayaker, Steve Backshall, heads to the eastern jungles and is pushed to the absolute limit when he takes on a mighty white-water river. Big cat cameraman, Gordon Buchanan, deploys remote cameras far and wide and uses a clever fingerprinting technique to identify individuals from their unique stripe patterns. Biologist, Dr George McGavin is on a mission to India where he finally comes face to face with the King of the jungle.
Lost Land of the Tiger: Discovery of a Lifetime
Following extraordinary reports of tigers living in the mountains of Bhutan, the expedition shifts to high altitude. Cameraman, Gordon Buchanan, captures remarkable footage of a snow leopard cub at over 5000 m. And on his heat sensing camera, he picks up a big cat stalking through camp in the darkness. Along the Tibetan border, explorer Steve Backshall, treks to the mystical Tiger Mountain. Helped by a remote tribe, he has a very close encounter with the world's most elusive predator. The plight of the endangered tiger brings biologist, Dr George McGavin, to tears. As the expedition culminates, Gordon makes the discovery of a lifetime.
Lost Land of the Tiger: The Mountain Kingdom
Explorer Steve Backshall, is joined by sniffer dog, Bruiser; together they hunt for tigers through the dense forest undergrowth. High in the mountains, wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan drives himself to exhaustion tracking tigers that seem as elusive as the yeti. And in a jungle base camp, scientist George McGavin organises a firefly disco whilst camerawoman, Justine Evans, is stuck at the top of a tree during a tropical lightning storm. For the final team member, big cat biologist Alan Rabinowitz, time to save the tiger is running out…he has incurable leukemia. Alan bugs the forest with remote cameras to capture whatever secretive creatures are lurking there, but ultimately he needs to find tigers if his ambitious plan to protect them across the Himalayas is to succeed. We follow the expedition every emotional step of the way as they strive to find evidence that could help to bring wild tigers back from the brink of extinction and safeguard their future.
Lost Sharks of Easter Island
In the shadow of the legendary Easter Island, in one of the most distant corners of the Pacific, a remarkable ocean world is on the brink of devastation. The native people, the Rapa Nui, depend on the sea, but the fish - many found nowhere else on the planet - are disappearing. Now, a team of explorers and the Chilean Navy are working together to save them.
Man v. Monster
Follow adventurer and cinematographer, Richard Terry as he investigates legends and tackles the truths of some of the most feared and cryptic species that exist on Earth. In his search for real monsters, Richard must contend with natural obstacles, theoretical dead-ends and other nasty creatures that share the mystery animal’s ecosystem, forcing Richard out of his comfort zone and into the realm of his intended target. Ultimately this is a quest to solve the riddles of the natural world that fill us with horror and dread.
Maneater Manhunt: Killer Leopards
Leopards are one of the world's most elusive predators, but on the outskirts of Mumbai, India, one of the biggest cities on earth, they happen to be hunting people. Filmmaker, Gordon Buchanan travels to Sanjay Gandhi National Park, more than 60 square miles of protected wilderness, where an estimated 24 leopards live. Gordon meets the father of a little girl taken from her village within the park by a leopard in broad daylight.
Maneater Manhunt: Lion Attack
Filmmaker Gordon Buchanan travels to Tanzania, where lions have attacked more than 1,000 people in the past 20 years.
Maneater Manhunt: Tiger at Large
As their habitat shrinks and their prey disappears, the tigers of Chitwan National Park in Nepal. Over the last quarter of a century, 88 people have been killed by tigers in and around the park. Gordon Buchanan travels to Nepal to join an antipoaching team on its nighttime patrol to unlock the myths and mysteries of this man-eating tigress.
Maneater Manhunt: Wolf Hunt
Gordon Buchanan has years of experience filming large predators in the wild, and wolves have never presented a concern for his safety. As he journeys to the remote community of Chignik, Alaska, he learns that a fatal wolf attack has just occurred, and he wonders if he has he been naïve about wolves in the past — or just lucky. Through his investigation in Alaska, Gordon hopes to understand what may have led to the death of Candice Berner, a young woman who was attacked by wolves.
Megapiranha
Piranhas - the stuff of nightmares and legends. They're infamous for how fast they can devour prey, and are known to attack in groups of up to 100. Now, a team of scientists is heading to the Amazon to investigate a piranha mystery of immense proportions. A fossil of a giant jaw fragment has been identified as an ancient piranha, but with a terrifying twist: the tooth belonged to a fish seven times the size of existing piranha species.
Miracle Babies: Babies Down Under
In Australia, the brush-tailed rock wallaby and numbat populations have fallen victim to foxes introduced to the country by British noblemen. Aggressive measures, including a foster parenting program for the wallabies, aim to create enough newborns to rejuvenate both of the marsupials' populations.
Miracle Babies: Baby Pandas
The giant panda is one of the world's most iconic species, but its population numbers are critically low. It is extremely difficult for female pandas to reproduce in captivity, but the city of Chengdu in central China has become the worldwide epicenter for panda reproduction. The Atlanta Zoo in Georgia is borrowing Chengdu's winning technique to help try and have a baby of its own.
Miracle Babies: Flying to Freedom
Follow the uplifting story of a group of eleven Bald Ibis chicks being taught to follow a microlite and fly back to freedom on a breath-taking migration over the Alps. And over in the USA, we'll meet Black Footed Ferret babies being bred on an industrial scale in the hope of bringing this species back from extinction in a high tech laboratory in Colorado. And in Australia we witness the heart-warming story of the Bilby brothers, who have gone to extraordinary lengths to bring on one of Australia
Miracle Babies: Koala Dating Game
The Tasmanian devil may not be an extremely cuddly creature, but scientists in Australia are still worried about its survival, because of a deadly cancer that is transmitted on contact. We'll also follow the koala dating game, where a scientific helping hand might save this species.
Miracle Babies: Leopard Love
The rarest big cat on earth, the Amur leopard, is on the brink of disappearing forever. Found in the frozen forests near Russia's border with Korea, the cats are feared to have just 30 members left in the wild. A new captive breeding program may be the cats' last hope.
Monkey Business
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Monster Croc Hunt
In 2009, a giant rocked a small Filipino community when it attacked and killed two schoolgirls. The beast terrorized the region for two more years, killing fishermen and water buffalo. A crocodile hunter wrangles a croc believed to be the culprit, but at 23 feet long its record-breaking size doesn't match eyewitness reports that estimate the real killer's length at 40 feet! With no proof, the experts and cameras leave, but many in the community believe a giant killer croc is still lurking.
Monster Fish
Fish biologist Zeb Hogan heads off on another adventure searching for the world's largest fresh water fish. This season will follow him as he looks for everything from mythical giant catfish to the king of the Alaskan rivers, the Chinook salmon. Zeb will travel across the United States, and then he’ll head off to Asia. He’ll work with researchers, fisherman, enthusiasts and eccentrics to find some of the strangest fish we've seen yet. Following legends, first eyes accounts and word of mouth, Zeb’s journey won't stop until he discovers the world's true monster fish. 
Monster Jellyfish
Plagues of giant jellyfish are floating towards Japan - billions of these Sumo-sized gelatinous creatures will wreak havoc on Japan's coastal towns and cities. The Giant Nomura Jellyfish - over 2 meters wide and up to 200 kilos, one of the world's largest jellyfish. Global warming has seen an increase in their numbers - and this year Japan will see the biggest bloom yet.
Moose: Titans of the North
In the northern wilderness, the moose reigns as king. Symbols of strength and endurance, these beasts are constantly fighting for survival against man, nature and the extreme temperatures of the chilling Alaskan winter. Follow along their tracks as the NGC offers an inside look at their battle against starvation and deadly encounters. Though many will fall and die along the way, witness the triumph of the victorious in Moose: Titans of the North.
Morays: The Alien Eels
Moray eels are one of nature's success stories. There are more than 200 species that inhabit tropical and subtropical seas across the planet. On this global adventure, an international team of scientists and filmmakers uncover the secrets of these infamous reef hunters – and get right under their skin. They reveal the remarkable truth about this supreme underwater predator, known to most only for its needle sharp teeth and ugly reputation.
More Animal Oddities
In More Animal Oddities, you'll meet the animal kingdom's biggest bluffer and its fastest feeder. An invasive toad. A deep-sea cannibal. An alien-like mole. Five creatures are so extraordinary they're in a class all by themselves. So baffling, they fill us with wonder. Uncover the secrets of some of the most exceptional animals on earth. Find out how they live, thrive and survive.
Morphed: Before They Were Bears
Travel back 30 million years to watch the bear's doglike ancestor climb down from the trees of central Europe and set out on a journey that spanned the planet.
Morphed: From Dinosaur to Turkey
Dig 230 million years back into the fossil record to witness the first dinosaur and other dinosaur species as they respond to changes in the Earth's environment. This led to an amazing, transitional fossil of a creature that was both bird and dinosaur.
Morphed: When Whales Had Legs
Examine the environmental pressures that turned a wolflike creature that hunted in shallow waters into a leviathan of the seas. We witness the ancient turning points in the whale's evolutionary journey, and how the ice age became its unlikely savior.
Mother Croc
Crocodiles, nearly 200 million years in the making, have evolved to become some of best predators on the planet. But these reptilian hunters also have a surprisingly softer side. With high-speed cameras capturing 2,000 frames per second, Mother Croc reveals the crocodile's stunning combination of stealth, power and speed, as well as its remarkable maternal instincts. Witness the mother crocs as they gently tend to their young and how the little crocs survive their dangerous first days to carr
Mudcats: Big Fish Big Bucks
It's the first round of the 10-week-long Okie Hand Fishing Invitational, and grabbler “Katt Daddy” Brewer thinks he's got a hold on a local legend. Underwater cameras capture the epic battle of man versus fish, as Katt Daddy wrestles a megabeast he calls Jaws. But this time, the fish gets the best of him.
Mudcats: Deep Trouble
As the tournament enters week two, five grabbling teams are feeling the pressure to find this week's $2,000 heaviest fish. Veteran noodler Scooter Bivens dives into murky lake waters with his new partner Nate, a rookie with a lot to learn. Deeper lakes are much more dangerous. If something goes wrong, the surface is a lot farther away. An all-too-real lesson Nate learns the hard way, after nearly drowning while diving a hole 15 feet under water.
Mudcats: Raising Hell
In the American heartland, generations of fishermen have entered murky waters with one goal in mind, to catch a giant prehistoric catfish using only their bare hands. Now, NGC follows teams of these roughneck grabblers as they compete in a 10-week-long hand-fishin' competition in Oklahoma. At one of the most dangerous fishing holes in the region, the tough-as-nails Katt Daddy is literally hooked by a trotline, and his partner has to yank the metal snare out of his back.
Mustang Millionaire
Five horse trainers have only four months to tame a wild mustang and turn it into a show horse. They risk everything they have for up to one million dollars in prizes. It’s one horse. One event. And one million reasons.
My Child Is a Monkey
They wear diapers and ride in strollers but, they're not babies -- they are "monkids." NGC goes inside the controversy of adopting monkeys as surrogate babies. Many question whether this is animal cruelty or even a danger to the owners. Others are fiercely devoted to these primates they see as part of the family. See just how far these wild monkeys have come from their treetop habitat as we explore this growing phenomenon.
My Dog Ate What? 28 Tampons, Muscle Relaxants, and a Needle
Siberian husky Kato downs a lethal dose of a human muscle relaxant and slips into a coma. Mixed breed Monty and border collie Rita Mae are dual suspects when a half-eaten box of tampons is discovered. Well see Old English sheepdog Agnes eat decorative cranberry wire, which becomes a knotted mess inside her stomach! Then, 10-week-old Lulu undergoes surgery after swallowing a 5-inch rib bone, but is not coming out of the anesthesia. And Maxine the tuxedo cat ingests a sewing needle and thread.
My Dog Ate What? Batteries, a Rock, and Cereal Boxes
Golden retriever-Labrador mix Hoyt swallows a bottle cap that lodges in his stomach, prompting an emergency run to the clinic. Ella Maurice is a smart collie who makes a terrible mistake when she swallows two AA batteries whole and needs surgery before the batteries have a chance to leak. Meanwhile, German shepherd Myla swallows a pincushion, and an African spurred tortoise becomes sick after eating everything from seven screws to 42 pebbles.
My Dog Ate What? Fish Hooks, Spoons, and Coins
Dogs' sense of smell is incredibly stronger than humans'. When Milo, a black Labrador retriever, gets a wiff of sweet ham while on a walk in Central Park, he runs off in search of the juicy treat. What looked like ham and rosemary was actually a piece of meat with pins in it. Milo is rushed to the vet and must undergo emergency surgery.
My Dog Ate What? Glass, Glue, and Rocks
The owners of Lola, a labradoodle, realize she ingested underwear after examining her vomit. As if the underwear incident weren't enough, Lola's owners later find bloody paw prints after a gorging incident with some tasty brownies from a broken glass dish. Luckily for Lola, after a trip to the vet for X-rays and surgery, there is a twist to the case — the underwear and socks in Lola's stomach shielded her digestive system from the shattered glass ingested with the brownies … and saved her life!
My Dog Ate What? Rat Poison, a Zipper, and Tennis Balls
Frannie-Lou the Westie ate a mango pit that stayed in her system for about 11 months before it was detected. Pointing lab Primo learns that some plants are better left rooted after he swallows a toxic dieffenbachia plant and faces a lifesaving tracheostomy. Later, Maddie the beagle swallows a large piece of carpet and speaker wire after suffering an allergic reaction. Mastiff Elvis swallows not one but three tennis balls, requiring a procedure that could be deadly.
My Dog Ate What? Thongs, Pacifiers, and $800
Yellow Labrador Riley gulps down a skewered corncob. Marley, the entertaining Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, eats a few pairs of thong underwear. Pablo, the imposing Bull Mastiff, manages to swallow his entire five-foot leather leash. Branson the Bulldog takes down an amazing 27 pacifiers from his family's triplet boys. When love comes before money, Bonnie the Rottweiler undergoes surgery that cost thousands. And Joe the chocolate Lab eats a very high-priced meal of actual dollar bills.
My Life Is a Zoo: Meet Bud and Carrie
Living the wild life doesn't always mean fun and partying for Bud DeYoung and Carrie Cramer. They live together with over 400 animal residents, and work together, rescuing exotic animals, rehabilitating local wildlife and running a struggling small zoo in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. My Life Is a Zoo follows this couple at their DeYoung Family Zoo as they constantly work to keep up with the demands of their business, while tending to their huge and ever-growing wild family.
My Life Is a Zoo: Show Me the Hippo
It's the 25th anniversary of the DeYoung Family Zoo, and Bud and Carrie have plenty to celebrate. But the party will have to wait as they prepare for the arrival of Wallace the hippopotamus, the zoo's newest addition, flying in from Jakarta. Bud is working overtime to finish construction on the hippo's habitat as Carrie receives news that a local cat hoarder has died. With an unknown number of feral, potentially fatally ill cats, Carrie and her team put on their hazmat suits and perform a risky rescue.
My Life Is a Zoo: The Hippo Has Landed
A 400-pound bundle of joy and the newest addition to the DeYoung Family Zoo is set to touch down, not by stork but by jet plane. This baby hippopotamus has flown more than 11,000 miles from Jakarta, Indonesia, to join Bud and Carrie's growing zoo. But with more than 400 animals to care for, space is tight and money is even tighter. Despite a successful fundraiser and growing media attention, Bud and Carrie wonder if they can afford to support this very hungry hippo.
My Life Is a Zoo: White Tiger Trouble
Temperatures and tensions rise as summer starts at the DeYoung Family Zoo. An inbred white tiger must be neutered to protect future generations from genetic defects, but first zoo owners Bud and Carrie must build a makeshift operating room. As complications from the surgery arise, the couple wrestles to prioritize their lengthy to-do list. Carrie makes accommodations for an overly pampered potbellied pig, while Bud searches for a short in the 10-mile-long electric fence -- the last line of defense between carnivorous creatures and the community.
Mystery Gorillas
In 2006, researchers discovered a population of more than 100,000 in an area long off limits due to an unrelenting armed conflict. Now, National Geographic Emerging Explorer and primatologist Mireya Mayor ventures deep into the heart of the forest to observe the culture and behavior of these mysterious great apes and help to protect these intelligent and endangered creatures.
National Geographic Photographers: The Best Job in the World
National Geographic photographers have long been taking readers of the storied magazine to all corners of the earth. In celebration of the National Geographic Society's 125th anniversary, this one hour special features original interviews and footage from the field with celebrated photographers Steve McCurry, Steve Winter, Emory Kristof, Jodi Cobb, William Allard, Joel Sartore, Nick Nichols and many more.
Nature's Greatest Defender
He is a pioneer in field biology and his work with endangered animals has inspired the likes of animal experts including Dian Fossey. He was the first to study iconic animals, such as the mountain gorilla, snow leopard and tiger, in the wild and his research has revolutionized conservation and helped protect the natural world. His name is George Schaller, and he could be nature's greatest defender. Now Schaller returns to the sites of his earliest works to meet the new generation of scientists.
Night Stalkers
Through the use of specially developed night vision cameras, this stunning series exposes the hidden worlds of nocturnal predators at night. Filmed in complete darkness from the jungles of Asia to the savannahs of East Africa, spend a night in the wild where the darker side of these incredible predators will be revealed.
Ocean Drifters
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One Life
Narrated by actor Daniel Craig, One Life offers intimate, never-before-captured sequences of animal behavior, stunning habitats and breathtaking scenery. Culled from more than 10,000 hours of footage, filmed throughout 12 countries on every continent, One Life celebrates the journey taken by all living things, from the moment they are born to that most important achievement, their vital goal: the successful delivery of youngsters of their own -- the next generation.
Orca Killing School
It's a rare and truly amazing sight to witness. Off the coast of Argentina, a pod of orcas can ride a wave to shore, seize their prey off the beach and then slide back into the water with their kill. Mastering this skill takes years of practice, and is so dangerous that fewer than half of these orcas attempt it. Nat Geo follows two of the masters, Mel and Maga, as they feed on up to 16 sea lions a day and through rigorous training, pass this extraordinary hunting talent on to their offspring.
Outback Wrangler
Welcome to the fast-paced, extraordinary everyday life of helicopter pilot and animal relocation expert Matt Wright. Raised in the rugged Australian outback, Matt has developed a unique set of skills to solve problems with animals that, for various reasons, are posing a threat to people. Matt’s mission is to confront these animals head-on and relocate them. Whether wrangling deadly snakes, wrestling wild bulls, or dangling hundreds of feet below a moving helicopter to land inside a crocodile nest (while the mother croc is right there!), Matt is at the center of the action as he does his part to reset the delicate balance between people and dangerous animals.
Panda Nursery
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Penguin Island: Empty Nesters
In episode three of Penguin Island, unlucky-in-love Rocky finally finds a mate in Jess, but it is very late in the season to be raising chicks and their daughter, Tilda, must quickly fend for herself. New technology reveals just what little penguins get up to underwater as the houses are removed from Summerland Peninsula, which is finally returned to its penguin residents.
Penguin Palooza
Penguin Palooza gives you what you want: all penguins all the time (and sometimes polar bears and walruses, too). For two days, enjoy the best penguin programming all day and into the night when we air your favorite penguin movies. Including the broadcast premiere of Arctic Tale and the much-beloved March of the Penguins.  
Penguin Safari
During the Antarctic spring, millions of penguins converge on the island of South Georgia to breed. It becomes a vital oasis for one of the greatest concentrations of wildlife and one of biggest penguin colonies on Earth. Narrated by actress Elizabeth Shue, this special reveals the intimate secret lives of 3 very different types of penguins - King, Macaroni and Gentoo - as they struggle to survive against fierce predators and seize slim opportunities to breed during the short Antarctic spring.
Philly Undercover: Chasing the Top Dog
To takedown a bloodline of champion fighting dogs, PSPCA cops target a grand champion pit bull who's "services" are being advertised on the internet. Disguised as railways workers Jason Martinez and Leonard Knox, stake out a kennel behind train tracks to confirm the dog is being used to breed fighters. Lacking sufficient evidence, the officers track down the owner and tail him through Philly hoping for a break in the case.
Philly Undercover: Cock Fight Crackdown
It's not only dog fighting that has infiltrated the seedy underbelly of Philadelphia; the PSPCA is also raging a war against cockfighting. Officers Jason Martinez and Leonard Knox investigate three locations where fighting roosters are believed to be housed. Their cover is almost blown after a drive by surveillance and Jason decides to return under the cover of darkness. With the evidence in place, SWAT carries out multiple raids, rescues the birds and places their owner in custody.
Philly Undercover: Fight Night
A covert surveillance operation with the PSPCA undercover team leads to one of the biggest dog fighting busts in Philadelphia's history - 14 suspects are arrested, and several horribly neglected, abused and injured dogs are rescued. The full scale investigation began two days earlier. Officer Wayne Smith takes to the streets of a drug-infested neighborhood to collect intel using a hidden camera and a rescued pit bull as a decoy.
Philly Undercover: Stash House Stakeout
A tip from the narcotics division leads the team to a "stash house" an empty property where illegal dog fights are held. Four of the recovered dogs need emergency care. The city's animal care veterinarian confirms what officers thought - the dogs' wounds are fresh and the fight could have been as recent as the night before the raid. But with no clues or leads, the team has hit a dead end in the case. Elsewhere the squad uncovers a cockfighting operation that is mailing roosters into the city,
Philly Undercover: The Crooked Vet
Philly's north side is notorious for drugs, gang violence and illegal betting. And it's where a rookie cop goes undercover without a weapon or bullet proof vest to investigate an underground veterinarian suspected of illegal ear cropping. Elsewhere, officers respond to a severe case of cat hoarding. In a filthy home not fit for a person to even live in, the team finds three dead cats and rescues another fifteen.
Philly Undercover: The Raid
Undercover PSPCA cops are on a rescue mission after busting up an illegal dogfight and arresting 14 suspected fighters. The suspects could soon be released on bail, so the unit must race to raid properties and save as many dogs as possible. The team finds starved and dehydrated dogs covered in feces, dogs caged in complete darkness and even twelve week old puppies. In total, 41 dogs are rescued from five properties across the city - a crippling blow to the illegal and brutal underground sport.
Pigeon Genius
They live in our cities by the millions. Seemingly unremarkable gray birds, pigeons are smarter than we think. They are master fliers and navigators and have an incredible ability to find their way home from distant, unfamiliar locations. Just how pigeons do this is a question scientists across the globe are investigating. Join NGC as we explore the genius of pigeons!
Planet Carnivore: King Bear
Brown bears once ranged widely across North America before humans wiped them out, but in Katmai, on the Southwest Alaskan Peninsula, they thrive. In the nearly six thousand square miles of rugged wilderness, violence can erupt at any moment. "Tuyuq" a powerful Alaskan brown bear, has dominated the valley's corridors for 10 seasons. Now, a brash young challenger is waiting to overthrow him and Tuyuq must fight to remain king bear.
Planet Carnivore: Polar Bears
Go deep inside the Arctic Norwegian islands, where an iconic mammal becomes victim to global warming and pollutants. "Binne" the polar bear is on the prowl for seals in this seemingly pristine frozen wilderness after sparsely eating during the winter months. This spring however, is strangely warm - the first time in four years that seals are nowhere to be found on the west coast.
Pond Stars: California Streaming
It's trout or bust for the Pond Stars as they take on two challenging projects in California. The team starts in the mountains where they attempt to replicate a brown trout stream in a client's backyard. But all work comes to a halt when they can't track down brown trout for the pond. As they wait for Greg to find the fish, the guys head to Los Angeles, where they are asked to create a healing garden for a brave cancer survivor.
Pond Stars: Turtle Power
The Pond Stars come out of their shell in Atlanta tackling two wild projects in just five days. Their first job is at an environmental center, creating a pond specifically for rescued turtles. The turtle pond will be used as an outdoor classroom for an upcoming kids' camp, IF the team can finish in time. The second project is for the birds, literally. Greg and his guys build a 35-foot waterfall and underground reservoir that will have wildlife flocking to this suburban backyard.
Pond Stars: Welcome to the Jungle
In this episode of Pond Stars, Greg and the guys head to the sunshine state for two massive pond projects outside of Jacksonville, Florida. The first backyard water feature is for the owner of an arena football team, Larry Payne and his family, who are building one of the team's most challenging designs this year, complete with a 30-foot pond, a 2,000-pound Cypress Tree bench and several tons of beautiful Tennessee fieldstone. Brian feels the pressure when Greg promises the client a brand-new, high-tech underwater koi camera for the family to view their fish from inside on their tv. Now Brian has to track one down and get it to work. For the second project, Marcus Galligan asks Greg and the crew to design and install a new pond, patio and pergola, all before Marcus' wife returns to town in less than 48 hours. With their work cut out for them in Florida the guys have to race the clock, and face construction challenges they've never seen, all while trying to blend two unique backyards with the wetlands and coastal ecosystems surrounding them.
Predator Battleground
Botswana's Savuti Channel is a hunting ground for Africa's fiercest predators: lions, hyenas, wild dogs and jackals. Here, it's a fight for survival as wildlife coexists while hunting, scavenging, rearing their offspring and adapting to the changing environment. Now, Nat Geo WILD joins these beasts on their own turf as they struggle for control of the Predator Battleground.
Predators in Paradise
Wild animal attacks are occurring in ever-increasing numbers as humans encroach upon nature's wild spaces -- whether it's a tourist on vacation in a tropical paradise or a black bear encounter in someone's backyard. Nat Geo WILD speaks to victims and family members of those who have suffered from polar bear, shark, snake and crocodile attacks, recounting their harrowing stories and dangerous encounters with some of nature's deadliest animals.
Predators of the Sea
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Prehistoric Predators: Bear
This short-faced bear was twice the size of a grizzly and could outrun a horse. It roamed North America for a million years, then went extinct. See how this mighty creature lived, hunted and vanished.
Prehistoric Predators: Killer Pig
At four feet wide and 1,000 pounds, the killer pig was a prehistoric battle tank that dominated the North American landscape. Endowed with some truly unique bioengineering traits, the killer pig relied on its massive three-foot-long skull and binocular vision to catch its prey. Learn how the killer pig was an evolutionary success, despite its eventual extinction.
Prehistoric Predators: Monster Shark
It was the biggest predator ever to swim the oceans, and for 20 million years, this ferocious 50-ton shark with a 9-foot jaw and 7-inch serrated teeth, known as Megalodon, terrorized the creatures of the seas. Now, nearly 2 million years after its extinction, a team of scientists, including marine biologist Ryan Johnson, is combining research on the great white, the closest living relative to Megalodon, with the only fossils ever found — a few backbone fragments and its legendary teeth — to unl
Prehistoric Predators: Razor Jaws
Imagine a vicious beast with a massive head, and bone-crushing teeth that pierce its prey's skull in a single bite. Nicknamed "razor jaws," this prehistoric predator was originally believed to be related to our modern-day hyena, but evidence suggests otherwise. Could this ancient mammal actually be related to an anteater or even a dolphin? Now, leading experts are unlocking the mystery.
Prehistoric Predators: Sabertooth
The Sabertooth dominated the primal landscape of the Americas for nearly two million years, then suddenly, mysteriously went extinct. Find out how it lived, how it killed, and how it died.
Prehistoric Predators: Terror Bird
Five million years ago, evolution took a strange turn, and for the first time in history birds became the top predators of an entire continent. Known as terror birds, these ferocious beasts and were originally believed to have existed only only in South America, but recent fossils unearthed in Florida indicate they may have lived there 10,000 years ago — when humans occupied the Americas.
Prehistoric Predators: Wolf
The dire wolf, a fierce and powerful alpha predator in the savage ice age, was larger and more powerful than any modern-day wolf. Why did it suddenly perish while the smaller, weaker gray wolf survived?
Python Hunters: Amazon Anaconda
The hunters venture deep into the jungles of Peru in search of green anacondas. Greg and Michael meet up with Shawn at the remote hideaway that he built in the past decade while exploring the region. They spend the night in an open-air bungalow not far from where they came across an enormous bushmaster viper, and in the morning the team visits a street market and gets to see firsthand why Peru's endangered animals are disappearing.
Python Hunters: Bangkok Beasts
Shawn and Greg are in flood-ravaged Thailand on a reptile rescue mission. In the rice paddies of central Thailand, the guys help local farmers to see if the monocled cobra, one of the country's deadliest snakes, has survived the flood. In Bangkok, flooding at a croc farm has released dangerous reptiles into neighborhoods and the guys are brought in to help track down a giant croc. At the world's largest croc farm, the guys help wrangle a croc that is believed to have record-breaking potential.
Python Hunters: Bayou Roadtrip
This time on Python Hunters... With cold temperatures in Florida putting a freeze on python hunting, the guys head to Louisiana to conduct vital research on invasive reptile species. Hurricane Katrina dumped over a quarter million pets into the wild, including exotic snakes and reptiles, and the team wants to find out what's happened to them since. They visit an island slithering with venomous cottonmouth snakes, and later discover a large albino Burm coiled up beside a woman's hot tub. Joining a group of scientists, the guys patrol a highway at night looking for anything that slithers. Shawn and Greg visit the state's oldest alligator farm. And Shawn wades through a drainpipe to nab a gator taking refuge under a woman's driveway.
Python Hunters: Caimans of the Caribbean
Florida is in a deep freeze, so the Python Hunters take their version of a vacation — tracking invasive species in Puerto Rico. At the airport, they join local experts to remove green iguanas that bask on the runways, potentially endangering planes. They also comb a swamp for spectacled caiman — the island's largest invasive predators.
Python Hunters: Cane Toad Madness
The hunters are wrapping up their Australian adventure, but before Greg, Michael and Shawn head back to Florida they've still got some work to do. Along with snake catcher David Flack, they search for one of the only indigenous snakes that can eat the invasive and poisonous cane toad—the famed keelback snake. Back in Cairns, they tend to some injured pythons. They get to release two recovered sea turtles back into the wild—an event that everyone agrees was a highlight of the trip.
Python Hunters: Cobras in the City
The hunters are in Bangkok, Thailand, where a heavy monsoon season is resulting in an epic flood that's causing the flood barriers to fail for the first time in decades. They join forces with the snake rescue hotline, and they immediately get to work catching a green tree pit viper. At a local park that's been overrun by giant monitor lizards, Greg, Michael and Shawn get a little competitive with the local rangers to see who can snag the largest one.
Python Hunters: Deadly Down Under
The hunters continue their Australian mission of handling the most venomous, deadly and majestic animals on the continent. At the northern tip of the country, Greg, Michael and Shawn join biologist Jamie Seymour with his venom research. On a very successful night hunt, they manage to haul in a large number of sea snakes, including one particularly unusual specimen. The next morning is spent identifying, measuring, milking and tagging the snakes.
Python Hunters: Death by Viper
Fortunately, back-to-back cold winters have kept Florida's non-native Burmese python population in check, so the hunters are able to head out to tropical Costa Rica for other work. They join forces with a local conservationist and help him capture and relocate an American crocodile that's been invading some fish farms. They then head into the rain forest and track down three of the region's most venomous snakes—the Costa Rican eyelash viper, the bushmaster and the legendary fer-de-lance.
Python Hunters: Everglades Under Siege
Sean, Greg and Mike head to the edge of a sawgrass marsh to explore through knee-deep waters in search of pythons, and to explore the invasive species' predator-prey relationships. Birds and mammals prey on them as hatchlings and juveniles, and the American alligator, the apex predator of the Everglades, will prey on pythons of any age or size. By studying their environment, the team hopes to better understand what impact they're having on the ecosystem.
Python Hunters: Giants of Puerto Rico
This time on Python Hunters... With South Florida's earliest cold snap on record, the team's Burm captures are on the decline. And, after a massive storm douses their plans to smoke out the snakes on a farm, the hunters head to Puerto Rico - home to over 40 species of native and invasive reptiles. Their first stop is a research facility on a small island just off the coast. Once a zoo, it's now home to an invasive population of rare Cuban rock iguanas. And, as soon as they climb ashore, they're literally surrounded! A roadside souvenir shop features hordes of mounted reptiles for sale. And finally, the team hikes into the caves near Arecibo where endangered Puerto Rican boas hang from the vines, preying on bats as they fly by.
Python Hunters: Lizards Gone Wild
This time on Python Hunters… The team is branching out, and for the first time ever they're on the hunt for the elusive Nile monitor lizard. Their first stop is an infested Cape Coral canal, but spotting Niles on location proves to be difficult. Greg and Michael then join forces with a breeder who captures invasive species. And although they spot several Nile monitors and Greg even nabs one by the tail, a swift bite proves to be a successful getaway strategy. Fully armed, the team later returns with Shawn's new net gun, and this time, they're determined to bag their first-ever big lizard.
Python Hunters: Lizards of Oz
Greg, Michael and Shawn are on a once-in-a-lifetime Australian road trip searching for creatures they'd never get a chance to come across back in Florida. Michael wants to handle a perentie monitor—Australia's largest lizard—while Greg wants to get his hands on some of the biggest crocs on earth. Once on the road, they attempt to catch a speedy Australian sand monitor before cornering a couple of black-headed monitors in Palm Valley. They also help capture a dangerous king brown snake.
Python Hunters: Mother of All Snakes
This time on Python Hunters... Hoping to put a dent in the invasive snake population, the guys are determined to track down a massive breeding machine - a legend they call the Mother Burm. She could weigh a hundred pounds and be as long as 16 feet. And since her home is a 4,500-acre property in the Everglades, finding her won't be easy. With its abandoned buildings and pools, a derelict aquaculture facility provides the ideal snake habitat. The guys find telltale Burmese python tracks and, after rigging up an infrared camera, return to ground zero again and again, eventually taking their search underground. And when they finally spot a massive gator at the water's edge, Greg comes up with a theory about a turf battle.
Python Hunters: Rattlesnake Roundup
Along with a fellow snake enthusiast, Greg, Michael and Shawn head out in search of Florida's most abundant rattlesnake. Dusky pygmy rattlesnakes average only about 18 inches and have a rattle so small it's difficult for humans to hear—but the team still manages to fill a bucket with them, proving the population is not under threat. They then tour a medical toxin lab that contains more than 900 venomous snakes, and expert Carl Barden introduces them to two cobra species.
Python Hunters: Snake Infested Island
Greg, Michael and Shawn are in Guam, where a number of invasive reptiles are devastating the native creatures. Along with biologist James Stanford, the hunters go after brown tree snakes, which have already wiped out nearly a dozen species of birds, including the Guam rail. They then visit a sanctuary dedicated to preventing the extinction of the emblematic birds. The Python Hunters then become beetle hunters as they help control the island's coconut rhinoceros beetle population.
Python Hunters: Snake Invasion
This time on Python Hunters… It's a new season of hunting, and the guys are back in the Everglades to see if Florida's bitter winter has put a serious dent in the Burmese python population. Their first catch lands them in a gator's nest. Later, Mike and Greg comb the farm near the epicenter of the invasion. Greg scours a local swamp with his nine-year-old son. And finally, with Shawn's 16-year-old son Thorne along for the ride, the guys head deep into the Everglades for an overnight adventure in dangerous and unfamiliar terrain.
Python Hunters: Stalking the Anaconda
With the riverboat leaving in the morning, the hunters make the most of their last night in Peru, searching for elusive black caiman, some of which can grow to more than 18 feet. When they return home to Florida, Shawn celebrates the arrival of another record-breaking brood of albino gator hatchlings. The team then heads out into the Everglades to see if the invasive pythons are making a comeback. Luckily, they don't find any, but Shawn still decides to install some new infrared cameras.
Python Hunters: The Big Freeze
Burmese pythons hail from the tropical climate of Southeast Asia, yet over the past two decades they've established an invasive population, estimated in the thousands, in the Florida Everglades. Now, a cold front has hit the state, and frigid temperatures are threatening the species. The guys head out in the cold, treading through remote tree islands and limestone caves, braving alligators and venomous snakes to catch pythons and determine how the inclement weather has affected the population.
Python Hunters: The Perfect Storm
The Python Hunters tackle the debate over how Burmese pythons were established in the Everglades. The popular perception is that the snakes are the progeny of family pets released into the wild by irresponsible owners, or that a greenhouse containing hundreds of Burmese pythons was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. We'll ride along with these expert hunters to determine the size, territory and health of the population to help reveal how to eradicate them and how they came to roam the land.
Python vs. Gator
The photo shows a six-foot alligator half inside a dead 13-foot Burmese python. How could a snake overpower one of Florida's largest and most terrifying native carnivores?
Queen of the Warthogs
In Africa, the warthog is a constant target for hungry predators, and for one warthog mother, "Half Tusk," the stakes couldn't be higher. She's lost at least half of her litter to predators over the past four years. This year she is preparing to defend her brood from the prowess of lions, leopards and cheetahs looking to make her offspring their next meal. But she can't watch them all the time, and the babies will have to face some challenges alone in order to survive.
Rat Genius
Rats have been vilified and associated with disease and filth but why have they been so successful in outsmarting our best efforts to combat them? Now, the National Geographic Channel takes an in-depth look at these clever creatures to reveal their supreme agility, remarkable adaptability, and shockingly witty minds. In Rat Genius, see how scientists are trying to put their intelligence to use in detecting landmines in Africa and sniffing out disease in humans.
Rattler: Behind the Fangs
Learn the science behind a rattlesnake's strike, how it finds the best ambush sites, detects its prey, moves with precision, and how its venom kills.
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Realm of the Great White Bear
After five months of winter sleep, a polar bear emerges from a den deep in the snow -- accompanied by two cubs. Follow their footsteps as they fight for survival.
Rebel Monkeys: A New Dawn
Tarak is found dead and Kamal now faces the prospect of leading the Galta Gang. Zamir tries to attack the temple again but is finally caught by the monkey catcher. New babies are born into the Galta Gang, but in the city Zamir has also left a legacy - twins! There's double trouble on the horizon...
Rebel Monkeys: An Unlikely Hero
Zamir finally comes face to face with Rani as he saves her from a bachelor male heading her way. He later leads the Galta gang to an all-you-can-eat feast at Jaipur's central fruit market. Rani's former enemy has not only saved her, he's also fed the entire troop twice in one day. The only thing missing is a permanent place to call home. On that point, it seems Zamir's mission isn't over just yet. His eyes are set on the ultimate monkey residence--the Galta Temple.
Rebel Monkeys: Beggar's Banquet
Homeless on the streets, troop leader Rani guides the gang to Chandpole Temple. A bachelor troop arrives on the scene and is delighted to find a crowd of females, which are quick to flirt with the newcomers. North of the city, Zamir's luck in the countryside runs out as he gets trapped in the back of a truck heading to Jaipur -- the Pink City.
Rebel Monkeys: Calamity
In Jaipur, things go from bad to worse for Rani and her rhesus macaque troop. Her alpha male has been captured by monkey catchers; her baby son Teejay is missing; and she's lost her beloved temple home to the langur monkeys. To make matters worse, Rani has no idea her old enemy Zamir is back in town and on her trail. And tragedy strikes at the animal clinic when little Teejay struggles for his life.
Rebel Monkeys: Cops and Robbers
Zamir makes his way back to Jaipur, but he nervously walks the streets as he tries to solve the puzzle of where he is. Meanwhile, Rani's youngest daughter, Esha, raids a tailor and steals turbans. Little do they know that the police have caught up with them and called for reinforcements -- a monkey catcher. The gang escapes, but Rani notices her son, tiny Teejay, is missing. The city is no place for a little lost macaque, especially one as adventurous as Teejay.
Rebel Monkeys: Deliverance
Rani's old enemy Zamir has rejoined the gang, and is leading them back toward their old home. Langur monkeys stand guard, but devious Zamir launches an attack and chases them out. Rani's beloved Galta Temple is hers once more. The future of the city's monkeys is unpredictable. Only one thing is certain: Jaipur will always have Rebel Monkeys.
Rebel Monkeys: Divided We Stand
For the past few months, Jaipur's Galta Gang have been happy in their temple home. But as the world's economy plummets, one troop of rhesus macaques must change their luxury lifestyle. The Galta Gang faces a big problem: not only is there less food on offer at the temple, but as the troop expands to nearly 100, there are more mouths to feed. The little food offered by pilgrims is quickly seized by Rani, Kamal and their 40 or so comrades--a sign that a divide in the Galta Gang has already started. The splinter troop, headed by Devdan and Jaya, must cope with life outside the temple walls. It's a time where friendships are challenged and lives placed on the line.
Rebel Monkeys: Drug Raid
Desperate to prove his leadership, the Galta gang's feeble alpha male, guides the troop to what looks like a jackpot -- a busy fruit market. The same fruit market their former allies, the Splinter group now occupy. On the other side of the city, little Teejay fights for his life, but when a concerned passerby comes to his rescue, it is a waiting game to see if he will pull through. Back in the city, a monkey catcher interferes Zamir's with his search for the Galta gang.
Rebel Monkeys: Fang's Market
Little Kavi, our electroshocked monkey, is taken to an animal hospital, while the rest of the troop search the streets for food and fun. A raid on the city fruit market seems like easy pickings until a rival troop appears, led by the meanest macaque in town — Fang. The Galta flock is chased away and returns to the safety of their temple home for the night. But the restless younger monkeys set off to steal a midnight feast from a roadside merchant in a battle of primate wits and reflexes.
Rebel Monkeys: Hard Times
Members of the Galta gang are banished from the Galta Temple by their former queen, leading the teenage monkeys to form a new troop called the Splinter group. They are living on the rough streets of Jaipur scrounging for food when they find their new home where all their needs are met: a luxury hotel. Just as the troop settles into their new residence, they get the shock of their lives when a man disguised as a giant monkey patrols the area for troublesome macaques.
Rebel Monkeys: Heroes and Villains
Just before Zamir launches his latest attack on the Temple, Kavi suddenly realizes he's joined up with the wrong gang and heads back to the Galta gang. As Zamir and his troop launch their assault a huge battle erupts at the Temple - with so much at stake it could be a fight to the death.
Rebel Monkeys: Home Hunters
The Galta gang realizes the harsh reality of life on the streets after being kicked out of the Galta Temple by a troop of langur monkeys. Meanwhile, the exiled teenagers of the Splinter group claim the fruit market it as their territory, while Zamir enjoys living in the country learning new techniques of stealing food.
Rebel Monkeys: Missing in Action
Arch-enemy Zamir heads straight for his old home -- the Galta Temple -- determined to keep a low profile. Little lost Teejay reappears from a storm drain and heads for his former home, the Galta Temple, but is shocked to see no sign of his mother or family members. On the streets alone, little Teejay leaves the temple and suffers a terrible electric shock while climbing a power cable. If he isn't found soon, he's almost certain not to survive.
Rebel Monkeys: Monsoon Showdown
Zamir launches a leadership bid that ends in disaster when a baby is fatally wounded but Tarak stands firm and the pretender to his throne is driven out of the group. The monsoon finally comes, ending the crippling drought and triggering a spectacular celebratory festival. Hospitalized Kavi has pulled through and is gaining strength - he'll soon be fit enough to be released. And to top it all the exiled monkeys finally make it back to the temple and the Galta gang is reunited.
Rebel Monkeys: One Bad Apple
In India's capital, New Delhi, the government is clamping down on the hoards of marauding macaques that are terrorizing the city's population. Offices have been ransacked, sensitive documents exposed, government officials attacked, and worst of all, monkeys have been held directly responsible for the deaths of several Delhi citizens. The supreme court has decreed that the city must be ‘monkey-free'. Life for the Galta gang has been peaceful for the last six months.
Rebel Monkeys: Return of the Rebel
The exiled Zamir nurses his grudge against the Galta Gang and sets about acquiring a new troop so that he has enough support to take them on. Fang, Jaipur's most notorious mobster, could make a powerful ally, but when Zamir tries to gain access to Fang's market gang by flirting with one of his females, he only succeeds in making another enemy.
Rebel Monkeys: Rising Forces
The Galta gang find their Temple home under threat from a troop of langurs. In Delhi, captive languars are used as a monkey police force, patrolling the city with a human handler and scaring marauding macaques away from important buildings. Meanwhile, the Holi festival of color interrupts Zamir's attempt to take over control of Galta temple.
Rebel Monkeys: Searching for Sanctuary
The central fruit market is completely out of reach for the Splinter group of teenage monkeys, as city macaque heavyweight Fang defends his territory more fiercely than ever. Desperate for a meal, the group invades a suburban school playground and raids kids' packed lunches. And, still in search of a new place to settle, the crew later finds a possible new location to call home.
Rebel Monkeys: Skid Row
Weakened by hunger, alpha male Tarak's position as king of the Galta troop is precarious and the devious Zamir plots to overthrow him. If the troop doesn't find food soon alpha female Rani may be forced to abandon her nursing baby Esha in order to save herself. But a devout Hindu bearing bags of fruit and treats appears and the desperate monkeys enjoy a feast fit for royalty.
Rebel Monkeys: Street Life
Life at Jaipur's Galta Temple has become difficult, with not enough food to go round. Leaving the temple unguarded is a risky move, but the Galta gang is getting desperate and decides to venture into the city streets in search of food. After almost getting captured by a monkey catcher, they realize the streets are too dangerous, forcing them to head back to their temple home. But during their time away, the langur monkeys have taken over the temple, leaving the Galta gang homeless.
Rebel Monkeys: Taxi Raid
Previously captured troop monkeys are released in the countryside, far from their temple home, and are completely lost in the forest. Back at the Galta Temple, the food shortage caused by the drought becomes even more dire. With their hunger reaching desperation, they break into a car, stealing groceries inside and destroying the interior. Back at the animal sanctuary, Kavi's injuries from the massive electric shock may be too much for him to recover from.
Rebel Monkeys: The Apartment Job
Meet the Galta gang, a 60-strong troop of rhesus macaques, as they make their way from their home in the Galta Temple over rooftops and across a tangle of electric cables through the streets of Jaipur, in northwestern India. Disaster strikes after they raid a home through an open window. The troop makes a hasty getaway when the owner notices, and Kavi, a juvenile monkey, rushes right into live electric wires, leaving him fighting for his life.
Rebel Monkeys: The Great Escape
Zamir and his new gang explore some new turf and raid an office when a businessman goes out on an errand. They ransack the premises but find nothing to eat. Zamir and his troop are still hungry after their fruitless office raid. Vasu, the alpha male has found food at the grain market, but the monkey catcher has been called. After evading capture, Zamir is the oldest and fittest male left in the troop - it seems he's fast-tracked it to the top.
Rebel Monkeys: The Monkey Catcher
The monsoon rains are running late, creating shortages of food and water. The temple's natural spring becomes a tempting target for other monkey troops, so the Galta gang must guard it. Hunger finally forces them to send a small band to raid on a cart of dried food, but the owner calls for the monkey catcher. A handful of the Galta gang are captured, further diminishing their strength even as they must now defend their temple home against an invasion of larger langur monkeys.
Rebel Monkeys: Trading Places
Vasu has been trapped by the monkey catcher and transported far out of town, leaving Zamir to assume command of his own troop. Zamir and his new troop raid a jewelery store and break into a hotel store room leading to a run-in with little Kavi who becomes the troop's latest recruit.
Rebel Monkeys: Urban Exile
Bipin and the Galta gang splinter group wake in an abandoned temple on the edge of Jaipur. There's nothing to eat or drink, and last night they heard terrifying sounding creatures prowling the fields nearby. Troop leader Devdan faces the biggest decision of his life. Should he lead his gang back to Jaipur, or risk taking them deeper into the countryside?
Relentless Enemies
It is a spectacle few have seen. NGC takes you to Botswana's Okavango Delta to witness the grueling fight for survival of a unique pride of lions that preys almost exclusively on an isolated herd of buffalo.
Reptile Wild: Black Waters of French Guiana
Reptile expert Brady Barr travels to the remote swamps of French Guiana in search of the deadly black caiman. Hunted to near extinction, this giant crocodilian is making a comeback in the remote waterways of South America.
Reptile Wild: Cave Crocs
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Reptile Wild: Croc Fest
Brady Barr and his wife, Mei Len Sanchez, head to Costa Rica for the annual crocodile festival. It's a second honeymoon for the two biologists -- only this time, they're waist-high in a river with a giant crocodile lurking between them.
Reptile Wild: Gators High and Dry
A three-year drought in Okeechobee, Florida, pushes humans and alligators closer together. Reptile expert Brady Barr tracks a huge gator that has killed a farmer's bull and explores alligator caves exposed by the low water levels.
Reptile Wild: Hither and Slither
Brady Barr heads to the volcanic island of Ometepe in Lake Nicaragua, home to a large boa constrictor population and ground zero for biologist Dave Holtzman's radio-tracking study of the secretive snakes.
Reptile Wild: Killer Croc of Mondoguillo, The
In Costa Rica to begin a long-term study of crocodile movement patterns, Brady Barr is asked to help find and relocate a huge 18-foot croc that has killed a tourist. But his quarry proves elusive, and all the tools of science may not be enough.
Reptile Wild: Nuisance Gator
Brady Barr joins efforts to save the oddest croc of all: the gharial. India has been working for 20 years to save this ancient species from extinction, a task that involves releasing dozens of newbies into the wild to rejuvenate the population.
Reptile Wild: Pit Vipers & Pioneer Crocs
Reptile expert Brady Barr helps a Brazilian biologist search out some of the most venomous serpents in South America: the Bothrops family of snakes. These pit vipers induce massive internal bleeding and grotesque swelling in their human victims.
Reptile Wild: Snake People
Brady Barr joins scientists in Florida who are studying the world's smallest rattlesnake, the adorable but venomous pigmy rattler. There he also meets Matthew Clinger, a young boy who has survived a pigmy rattler's bite.
Reptile Wild: Snakes, Karma, Action!
When the locals of Mysore, India, see a deadly viper in their home, they summon India's strangest looking superhero. Reptile expert Brady Barr joins this unconventional snake-catcher for a 24-hour marathon to capture India's most venomous snakes.
Reptile Wild: The Morelet's Last Refuge
Brady Barr paddles up the Macal River in Belize, searching for a unique population of Morelet's crocodiles that have somehow adapted to cold water. But it's a race against time, because a proposed dam might destroy the pristine habitat.
Reptile Wild: Trouble in Cancun
The bustling tourist resort of Cancun once was the site of a pristine mangrove forest, and some of its toothy former residents remain. Brady Barr joins a local scientist in trying to capture and relocate some problem crocodiles.
Restless Planet: Eat or Be Eaten
Its the extreme ultimatum: swim fast or be eaten. An array of ravenous predators move en masse to intercept millions of migrating sardines swimming hundreds of miles along the southern coast of Africa, trying to avoid being the featured item on this all-you-can-eat-buffet. Next, travel to the Amazon rain forest and watch army ants mobilize for an attack on the rare and brilliantly colored scarlet macaw.
Restless Planet: Epic Journeys
The wildebeest migration is one of the best known wild events, yet wildebeests are not the only animals to travel vast distances en mass to ensure the survival of their species. Meet some wild marathoners who take epic journeys, including the flying critters from the worlds largest bat colony and the truly breathtaking Christmas Island crabs.
Return of the White Lion
White lions occur naturally in only one place on earth - the Timbavati region in South Africa. But very few white lions have been witnessed in the wild over the past decade. Today, most white lions are born in captivity. Their rarity and beauty has condemned them to a destiny where they have become curiosities and hunting trophies. But some people are trying a new approach with white lions. Inspired by the local Shangaan tribe, which has revered white lions for centuries, Linda Tucker and her Global White Lion Protection Trust plan to bring a handful of white lions into a large enclosure near Timbavati. They hope, ultimately, to release the animals into the wild. Scientists and conservationists, however, question the merit of such a venture and fear its consequences. They maintain that white lions are of little scientific conservation value, that they struggle to survive in the wild and that their inbred genes may harm existing lion populations. Watch a journey filled with challenge, controversy and tragedy. Will the lions adapt or will they fall victim to the dangers of their nearly-wild reserve? And should they be released into the wider world?
Return to Croc Eden
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Revenge of the Elephants?
Elephants have long been considered gentle giants, but are they capable of revenge? Join NGC for an intriguing investigation into the elephant psyche, as leading experts attempt to expose the cycle of violence that has turned these highly emotional, social and intelligent creatures into killers.
Rhino Rescue
With fewer than 4,000 black rhinos left in the world today, Emmy-award-winning National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert are teaming up with the Botswana Defense Force to launch a massive relocation effort.
Saved from the Spill
With oil actively gushing into the Gulf's waters, National Geographic Explorer and wildlife expert Mireya Mayor, together with adventure underwater cameraman Andy Casagrande, join the extensive mission to save struggling creatures at the center of the crisis. Dive into the sludgy mess across the Gulf region with Mireya and Andy as they work to rescue pelicans, sea turtles, dolphins and many other creatures that use the Gulf as a migration superhighway.
Science of Cats
More than 600 million claim residence in households across six continents ... and now they may have dethroned dogs as the most popular pet on earth. An exterminator, fierce hunter and favorite companion, aloof and affectionate at the same time, the cat leapt out of the wood and adopted us on its own terms thousands of years ago. But how did man and beast form their unconventional relationship? From mummified cats unearthed in Egypt to bizarre genetic mutations discovered around the globe, E
Science of Dogs
The dog is one of mankind's prolific creatures. With 400 breeds and counting, the dog is more varied in size and behavior than any other species on the planet. NGC looks at man's evolutionary manipulation of dogs' appearance, talents and temperament and the accelerating efforts to create breeds to suit our needs (more than 80 percent of today's breeds did not exist 150 years ago).
Sea Strikers
When the ocean's top predators strike, their prey doesn't even know what hit them! NGC dives into the attack strategies that sea hunters employ to deliver killer blows. Goliath groupers use a powerful hunting technique called "suction feeding" to vacuum their prey. Barracuda and bonitos hunt by "ram feeding," slamming into unsuspecting fish for a headfirst feast. Bull sharks, the "biters," have a taste for other predators like bonitos.
Sea Turtle Odyssey
The loggerhead sea turtle is one of the world's most endangered animals, but little is known about its reproductive behavior. In an effort to save the species, expert Dr. Col Limpus is studying what happens to hatchlings after their birth on Australia's beaches. For ages, the lives of loggerheads were mostly secret - we had no idea how they spent the years between when they hatched and adulthood; no idea how old a female was before she came ashore to breed.
Secret Brazil: Cannibal Caimans
Heavy rains transform the dry land of the jaguar into a water world, and wildlife filmmakers Lawrence Wahba and Haroldo Palo Jr. capture the dramatic milestones. See giant river otters prepare dens, noisily warning off jaguar intruders. Caimans and giant storks seize the chance to feast on fish in lagoons. The tallest birds in the Pantanal build their nests on trees along the river; caimans nest at ground level.
Secret Brazil: Jaguar Rising
As the annual floodwaters drain away, Brazil's Pantanal becomes big cat territory. Cameras capture a look at two jaguars together — a rare sight, as scientists once believed them to be aggressive loners. We'll see ravenous jaguars launch attacks under cover of darkness and spot what could be the first time a jaguar family, including the father, has ever been filmed together.
Secret Brazil: Uncut
Filmmakers Lawrence Wahba and Haroldo Palo Jr. record Brazil's giant snakes, dangerous wild pigs and hungry alligators in a single year — and capture on camera two male jaguars accepting each other's presence. See a gathering of 10,000 caimans, an anaconda nearly 26 feet long, a baby otter's first swim and a jaguar making a meal of a capybara, a large rodent.
Secret Life of Predators: Naked
There are still places on Earth where fields of grass stretch as far as the eye can see. In order to survive in these open spaces, predators must hide in plain sight. On the vast plains of the African savanna, banded mongooses rely on strength in numbers in order to succeed in a land of giants. Cheetahs and secretary birds must conquer extreme heat and elusive prey, risking their lives to feed their offspring. Mongolian wolves hunt for scarce food on the steppe.
Secrets of Wild India: Desert Lions
The desert of northwest India is one of the most challenging environments on the planet, where only the best adapted survive. The indigenous people call it marusthali, meaning “region of death.” Found in this harsh area of drought and heat is the Asiatic lion, one of the world's rarest big cats and India's national emblem. The unforgiving desert is also home to one of the world's fastest terrestrial mammals, the blackbuck. Witness the adaptability of nature in this inhospitable place.
Secrets of Wild India: Elephant Kingdom
India proves to be an extraordinarily diverse country, its landscape shared between one-fifth of the world's human population and its spectacular wildlife. Viewers are invited to celebrate a land of beautiful and varied extremes as we venture 21,000 feet up in the Himalayas to the source of the Brahmaputra, one of Asia's great rivers, fed by billions of drops of melting ice. We'll meet the endangered one-horned rhinoceros and learn why Indian wild buffalo's are one of the most dangerous animals.
Secrets of Wild India: Tiger Jungles
Tucked away from the densely populated cities of India lies an ancient jungle where wildlife must battle to survive. This is the real story of the jungles of central India made famous by Rudyard Kipling's “Jungle Book.” Bears, boars, monkeys, mongoose and more all coexist in the world of predator and prey. We'll also meet the two most feared animals in the hierarchy of the jungle: the Bengal tiger and India's wild dog. Join us as we witness how the battle of survival is heightened dry season.
Secrets of the Mangroves
A spectacular ecosystem in South Africa thrives with a myriad of wildlife found nowhere else on earth, including the snake with the world's longest fangs and fish that climb trees! Known for their voluminous roots, these trees seem to spring out of the water in a shoreline estuary that lies between the Indian Ocean and a vast network of inland lakes. NGC delves into the strange and fascinating behaviors of the rich assortment of creatures that live here, in Secrets of the Mangroves.
Secrets of the Mediterranean: Cousteau's Lost World
More than a half a century ago, Jacques Cousteau suggested that pollution and overfishing will destroy the ocean. Now, his youngest son will retrace his father's footsteps — diving deep into the Mediterranean to see if the predictions are true. Joined by National Geographic marine ecologist Enric Sala, they'll launch the expedition from the same location as Cousteau's and reference his original footage to see how the underwater landscape has changed.
Secrets of the Wild
The wide open spaces -- home to some of the most spectacular wildlife in the world. Across the endless plains of the Serengeti, the crisp white expanses of the Arctic and the windswept, breathtaking Himalayan Plateaux, innovative techniques allow us to access remote habitats and capture rare animal behavior, without disrupting the animals’ daily struggle for survival. We spy on wolves and foxes as they employ novel hunting techniques; on hippos foraging at night; on polar bears courting. 
Serpent Encounters
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Serpent King
With India's vast population encroaching into the cobra's habitat, endangering the revered snake's survival, leading herpetologists implant two cobras with tracking devices and follow them deep into the jungle. We'll see them attack prey, mate and even eat their own kind. evidence suggests that kings may actively seek human environments for food, shelter and warmth -- an unexpected revelation to the scientists.
Shadow Hunters: The Invisible Men
As part of the war against poaching, Robert and Luke will spend an incredible six weeks alone, on-foot, living off the land in the wild South African bush. Their lives consist of constant pressure to capture Africa's deadliest hunter, man. Every snare they find is an animal saved, and they are prepared to lie in ambush for days on end to complete their mission.
Shadow Hunters: Wild Warriors
Luke and Robert, are halfway through a six week anti-poaching patrol. They operate in a huge area outside the Kruger National Park, in South Africa. Most patrols last 10-14 days, but Luke and Robert are willing to go to extremes to track down the poachers, and help save the African wildlife, one poacher at a time. Weeks on patrol without washing means they have lost their human smell, which helps them get close to the animals of the bush. Time is not on their side as they have just three weeks left to make another arrest. But in this vast African wilderness, it's like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Shadow Sharks
The sixgill shark is a primitive-looking giant that is rarely encountered by divers. For wildlife filmmaker Natali Tesche-Ricciardi, finding this elusive shark is an ultimate challenge. Her search is made all the more difficult by the dangers of the Mediterranean's treacherous Messina Strait - a narrow channel of water where sixgills are sometimes seen but rarely studied. Using state-of-the-art ROV and submarine technology, Natali enters the depths of the Messina Straits.
Shane Untamed: Big Alaska
Everything about Alaska is big, so it's no surprise that Shane O has flown to Kodiak Island, the biggest island in Alaska, with his sights set on two massive animal species. First, he tracks goliath Kodiak bears while cruising down a river in a pontoon raft, and gets a little too close for comfort to one of the potentially aggressive giants. Then, while kayaking, Shane is lucky enough to encounter not one fin whale at close range, but multiple whales surrounding him for a breathtakingly beauti
Shane Untamed: Ghosts of Madagascar
Shane O's next stop is the island of Madagascar, where many people are superstitious and spiritual, with a rich tradition of legend and tales surroudning the region's harsh topography and exotic creatures. In reality, the country struggles to protect its dwindling natural resources. The most remote and uninvestigated parts of these remaining forests are Shane's destination. His ultimate goal: to enter these sacred places and understand why the forests are "forbidden" to foreigners.
Shane Untamed: Giants of the Sea
Djibouti is a small country at the southern tip of the Red Sea with a nomadic culture and roaming wildlife both on land and underwater. Since it is a world-class diving destination, Shane O sets his sights on encountering the biggest fish in the world-- a whale shark. He will dive in the waters off Djibouti to come face-to-face with the enormous fish and to film it up close. But it's not just the underwater wildlife that grabs his attention here. Shane O explores the land as well, to discove
Shane Untamed: Swamp Beasts
Florida native Shane O kicks off his untamed adventures close to home in the world-famous Everglades. The Everglades are the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S., and Shane O will travel from one end to the other, encountering its most deadly,and endangered species. He will face snakes, alligators, crocodiles and possibly even a Skunk Ape in order to encounter the "mermaids" of Florida, better known as the manatee.
Shane Untamed: The Lost Jungle
Shane O embarks on his most dangerous and intense expedition yet, ending up a four-day hike away from civilization deep in the jungles of Guyana. He and his crew must hike miles through sweltering jungle foliage and remote villages with hundreds of pounds of gear and only two days' worth of food in order to reach the base of Mount Weiassipu. From there, they want to climb the treacherous mountain to reach a plateau at its peak, from which they can then rappel into a huge unexplored sinkhole.
Shark Attack
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Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE
Are sharks really out to get us? Are these predators mindless man eaters demonized by the popular media and movies like  “Jaws”? That’s the driving question behind this high-adrenaline, two-hour live National Geographic event. Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE! will beam from the world’s most shark-infested location off the coast of South Africa. Here, a team of free-diving shark junkies and conservationists put their own safety on the line to run a series of hi-tech tests to separate shark attack myths from realities. Also on location during Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE! are shark attack survivors willing to tell their stories and enter the water, some for the first time since their traumatic encounters. Their objective is no stunt; their goal is to raise public awareness that the world’s shark species are being destroyed by overfishing.
Shark Encounters
Belize's coastal reefs attract an array of beautiful sea creatures including the world's largest fish, the titanic whale shark.
Shark Island
Cocos Island, a tiny dot in the middle of the Pacific Ocean more than 300 miles off the coast of Costa Rica, is home to one of the greatest concentrations of predators on the planet. Dive into this carnivorous crowd in Shark Island with marine ecologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Enric Sala and an international team of explorers and scientists. They search of clues to explain why so many predators congregate and why, just out side Cocos' protected waters, life largely disappears
Shark Men
The Shark Men return to unlock the secrets of Great White sharks.  With their controversial methods of landing the massive animals on deck, they tackle the mysteries of the shark’s life cycle along the Pacific Coast.  From San Francisco to Malibu to the Sea of Cortez, they capture and release the giants to find where they feed, breed and give birth.  Their biggest shark ever comes aboard – and a Giant Squid.
Shark Men: Blood in the Water
For "Fast and the Furious" actor Paul Walker, going up against a great white shark -- in a 25-foot inflatable boat -- is no Hollywood stunt. With Walker in tow, the crew heads after the ultimate prize: a massive female. But when the support boat blows an engine, the team must hop into the inflatable -- essentially a motorized balloon not quite twice as long as the shark they hope to capture. Light is fading fast and it's a grueling battle to get this great white back to the mother ship.
Shark Men: Chasing Giants
After catching, tagging and releasing 11 great whites, the crew speeds off to an ocean area pegged as the Shared Offshore Foraging Area (SOFA), a mysterious patch of ocean where great whites congregate and seem to disappear for six months.
Shark Men: Feeding Frenzy
It looks like it's going to be a tough day on the Ocean when the Mexican authorities arrive. But the team's paperwork is in order so they return to big fishing. Chris loads the hook for a big one but a smaller male steals the bait and is hooked. It's Skid - he's a fighter and comes in bumpy. And he has a surprise for Dr. Domeier and a possible clue to great white mating sites - sperm in his claspers. They end the day with another catch - the big girl with the droopy fin. It's Keiko- the party fish.
Shark Men: Giant on Deck
With only hours left before the ship must head back, the crew has just one tag left and is still hoping to place it on the perfect female shark. To better their chances, the team fishes from both the mother ship and their much smaller chase boat, the Triton, where Paul Walker and two other crew members are stationed on the other side of the island. As luck would have it, it's the smaller ship that gets the bite, and this female shark is a fighter.
Shark Pit Mystery
Scientist Ryan Johnson embarks on a thrilling adventure to unlock the mysteries of a place he calls Shark Pit. Near the island of Mauritius is one of nature's remarkable wonders -- a series of underwater caverns, accessible only from the sea. It's here that an unprecedented number of sharks aggregate. NGC follows Ryan on a mission to find out how this place was created and what makes it a shark haven. What he discovers may make the scientific community rethink the fundamentals of shark behavior.
Shark Superhighway
Hidden beneath the surface of the sea is a phenomenon we know almost nothing about. On land, scientists have long studied the great animal migrations, but in the ocean some of the most spectacular events go almost unnoticed. Now, with an international team of scientists, Explorer examines the movements of hammerhead sharks to understand how they navigate, whether they possess internal compasses, and what prompts them to seek out distant destinations.
SharkFest
Put on your wetsuit to swim with the sharpest of the sea. This is the one-stop-show-shop for all things shark. No fuss, no muss, just killer episodes. 
Sharks in the City
The idyllic Australian resort city known as Gold Coast has an issue that few other cities have to contend with - sharks in the suburbs. Over the past 10 years Gold Coast has faced an explosion of demand for waterside housing. As a result, local government and developers have created hundreds of kilometers of canal front housing estates. Unfortunately, the new canals are also attracting an increasing number of bull sharks. The region is seeing an alarming rise in bull shark incidents in canals, rivers and the popular beaches. One scientist believes local residents can coexist with a better understanding of the shark itself - and especially its attraction to these urban canals.
Sharks of Lost Island
National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Enric Sala journeys to the Pitcairn islands to document life in the sea and on land with hopes of turning this ocean environment into a protected marine reserve. Sala is hoping that the same isolation that has kept Pitcairn's inhabitants so removed from the rest of the world may also have protected the population beneath the waves. This is exploration at its most extreme and isolated.
Sharkville
While on a study in Sharkville, a shark-infested area off Africa's coast, shark expert Ryan Johnson made the discovery of a lifetime, great whites hunting at night. For the first time on film, witness this remarkable sight.
She Wolf
The Lamar Canyon pack is one of the most famous of all Yellowstone's wolf packs for one unusual reason: its leader was an especially powerful female. Nat Geo WILD retraces the life of this incredible animal, the She Wolf, who was forced to leave her original clan and strike out on her own when she was still a young cub, confronting Yellowstone's beautiful but merciless wilderness alone.
Shear Madness
Shear Madness takes us on the journey of city-girl-turned-sheep-farmer Natalie Redding, as she juggles her many farm animals and her family of five children with her husband Sean.  Leaving a first-class life in the city for a sheep farm in the country, Natalie relies on her 200-animal flock, shearing their wool for profit. With her “Mr. Mom” husband Sean at her side, Natalie balance her farm business and deals with the daily impacts it has on her family. But it's a risky trade, as one wrong decision could not only kill an animal, but could cost her the entire business.  
Sloth Bear
"The Jungle Book" made India's sloth bear famous, serving as inspiration for the character Baloo. But little is actually known about this mostly nocturnal species. For three years, scientists filmed these elusive creatures day and night, focusing on an adolescent fittingly named Baloo. After two years under his mother's care, he must now venture out on his own. Remote-controlled cameras offer insight into the sloth bear's life, and even capture a behavior never before filmed.
Snake Underworld
More and more, Americans are bringing snakes into their homes with literally millions of pet snakes slithering their way in to our neighborhoods. And Henry Rollins: punk rock front man, spoken word performer, actor, author, and all around personality, has been obsessed with snakes from a young age. With unique zeal, this cultural commentator guides us through the underbelly of America's obsession with snakes, revealing just how far people will go to get their hands on some of the most dangerous species on the planet.
Snake Wranglers: Cambodia's Forbidden Pit Vipers
In the early 1990s, herpetologist Jenny Daltry had nearly completed her research on the Malayan pit viper in Southeast Asia when war prevented her from entering Cambodia. Now she returns to finish her study of the forbidden vipers.
Snake Wranglers: Copperhead Cannibals
Australian snake wrangler Brian Bush journeys to Tasmania, land of the copperhead, to study the cannibalistic snakes. When hungry, these snakes will eat each other -- and their young.
Snake Wranglers: Death Adder Duet
Craig and Jackie Adams-Maher are on an unusual business trip. The husband and wife team is trekking through the wilds of southwestern Australia in search of one of the continent's quickest and deadliest snakes: the death adder.
Snake Wranglers: Diamondback Survivors
Join rattlesnake expert Bruce Means in the southeastern U.S. to find out how America's largest venomous snake -- the eastern diamondback rattlesnake -- survives in the face of human encroachment, while other large-bodied snakes are in decline.
Snake Wranglers: Fangs of the Forest
In Tanzania, Yale researcher Zoltan Takacs survives a dangerous bush landing and the lethal spray of spitting cobras to continue his research into a tantalizing question: Why are cobras resistant to their own venom?
Snake Wranglers: Fangs to Fortunes
Indian herpetologist Gerry Martin travels to a small village in India to convince local snake charmers to stop defanging snakes, which kills them. Instead, he wants the charmers to milk and sell the snake's venom for antivenom production.
Snake Wranglers: Fer de Lance - A Killer Cure
Jim Harrison travels to St. Lucia in search of one of the most feared snakes in the Americas: the fer-de-lance or lancehead viper. He believes its venom has properties that could help stroke or heart disease victims. Join the quest for the killer cure.
Snake Wranglers: Flying Snakes
A snake that can fly? Biomechanics snake wrangler Jake Socha wants to learn more. He travels to Singapore to capture rarely seen gliding snakes and obtain high-definition footage of their wingless flight.
Snake Wranglers: From Meerkats to Mambas
Snake wrangler Sean Thomas uses a mighty meerkat to help him bust problem snakes. However, Sean's latest mission requires him to leave his furry buddy behind, to confront one of the fastest, most fearsome snakes of all: Africa's black mamba.
Snake Wranglers: Hunt for Africa's Viper Giant
An exotic jungle journey to the Congo basin takes snakeman Zoltan Takacs into the realm of the Baka Pygmies. Here he'll tap the Baka's ancient ways to help capture the infamous Gaboon viper.
Snake Wranglers: Jungle Geoff and the Viper Strike
Jungle Geoff lives on an island, canoes to work, swings from trees, and wrestles caimans -- all for science. But one natural wonder eludes him. He longs to observe the unique strike of the eyelash pit viper when it is least expected: during daylight.
Snake Wranglers: Mission to Malaysia
Lee Grismer, a herpetologist from California's La Sierra University, leads an expedition to Tioman Island, off the coast of Malaysia, to hunt for new species of snake in one of the last tracts of virgin rainforest on the planet.
Snake Wranglers: Mutant Tiger Snakes
Snake expert David Williams is off to find one of the most lethal terrestrial snakes in the world, the Reevesby Island black tiger snake. It has been isolated from the mainland for 10,000 years and David believes it may be evolving into a new species.
Snake Wranglers: Odyssey in Western Oz
Antivenom researchers hire Brian Bush, a top Australian snake wrangler, to collect venom from three of Australia's deadliest snakes. Brian's search begins on Carnac Island where he corrals and milks venom from the lethal tiger snakes.
Snake Wranglers: Rattlesnake Road Trip
Meet snake wrangler Jim Harrison at his Kentucky Reptile Zoo that houses 1,000 venomous snakes and a huge venom extract program, and travel to Arizona to collect deadly Mojave rattlesnakes for a new form of venom.
Snake Wranglers: Saving the King of Snakes
Snake expert Bruce Means is on the hunt for a kingsnake he discovered 40 years ago in the Apalachicola National Forest. A fellow snake scientist wants to name the snake for Bruce -- but do Bruce's kingsnakes still exist in the wild?
Snake Wranglers: Serpents of the Sea
Venom researchers Bryan and Alexia Fry plunge into the deadly waters off the coast of Australia to capture and milk highly venomous sea snakes for the creation of new antivenom.
Snake Wranglers: Snake Savior
For over a decade, animal activist Snehal Bhatt has led a one-woman crusade to rescue India's most dangerous snakes -- cobras, vipers, and giant pythons -- from frightened townspeople, crooked snake charmers and devious poachers.
Snake Wranglers: Swimming with Cobras
In the depths of an African lake lurks a mysterious serpent, a large and deadly snake about which little is known. Now a young Bolivian wrangler will unlock the secret life of the spectacular banded water cobra.
Snake Wranglers: Swimming with Sea Snakes
Herpetologist Zoltan Takacs swims with deadly sea snakes in the waters off Fiji to determine why sea snakes don't die from their own venom.
Snake Wranglers: Taipan Reign of Terror
David Williams is on the hunt for a silent killer that lurks in Papua New Guinea's countryside. He catches and extracts the venom from the ferocious Papuan taipan, risking his life to create low-cost antivenom for the Papuan people.
Snake Wranglers: The Boas of Belize
Auburn University researcher Scott Boback ventures to the Snake Cayes, a small group of islands off the coast of Belize to learn why island boa constrictors are only half as big as their 12-foot cousins on the mainland.
Snake Wranglers: The Devil Boas of Cozumel
It's a slithering, writhing, all-consuming environmental disaster. Boas have invaded Mexico's Cozumel Island with a vengeance. Where did the conquering constrictors come from? Ace wrangler Jesus Rivas finds an unlikely answer.
Snake Wranglers: The Honor of the Killer Habu
Is the deadly habu worthy of its fearsome reputation? On his first journey out of Australia, passionate snake protector Brian Bush searches for the Japanese habu and seeks to defend its honor.
Snake Wranglers: The Vipers - Bad Rap
Herpetologist Jesus Rivas travels through the southeastern United States to get hands-on with venomous copperheads, cottonmouths, and rattlesnakes and determine if these pit vipers really deserve their bad reputations.
Snake Wranglers: Venom Harvest
Snake hunter Rom Whitaker helped the Irula tribe found a venom extraction coop that produces most of the antivenom made in India. But are there enough snakes now to keep the program going?
Snakebite!
From the bayous of Louisiana to the deserts of California, experts explore the myths and realities of living with poisonous snakes, and bite survivors recount their gruesome, near-death experiences.
Snakes That Fly
At the highest reaches of the rainforest live some of the world's most unusual and least understood creatures: snakes that glide through the air without wings and the elusive creatures known as "flying lemurs". Two scientists take us into the canopy of the Malaysian jungle to explore this mysterious world of gliders where flight is critical to their survival.
Snow Babies
Nat Geo WILD brings you a heartwarming tale of a group of babies who must learn to survive in some of the coldest places on earth. A baby emperor penguin swims free from his icy Antarctic birthplace, while a baby polar bear has to keep up with his mom in the high Arctic. A reindeer calf needs to run with the herd through the Arctic as soon as she is born. These adorable babies will stumble and waddle through their first winter, learning valuable lessons on their remarkable journey to adulthood.
Spiders: The Dark Side
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Spoiled Rotten Pets
Animal advocate and host, Beth Stern, makes her way through some outrageous pet pampering and meets some shockingly over indulgent pet owners who wouldn't have it any other way. An avid pet owner and spoiler herself, Beth visits other owners who lavish attention on their catered-to critters in such an immeasurable fashion, that even our host doesn't know where it might end.  Not content to simply sit back and watch, Beth rolls up her sleeves and gets down and dirty to experience what it means to be in these pet pampering moments. 
Squid vs. Whale
This is the story of two marine giants - the largest toothed predator on Earth, and one of the largest of all squid. One predator. The other prey. And following them, a team of marine biologists who want to attach a remote camera to a sperm whale to record what happens a thousand feet beneath the sea. This high seas adventure will test everything they've got. It's a mission into the deep, a mission into the unknown. A scientific quest to understand one of the great wildlife mysteries on our planet.
Stranger Than Nature
Investigating weird and wonderful real-life stories from the natural world. Each show unravels three wild mysteries, combining groundbreaking scientific discoveries with classic detective work.
Strike Force: Operation Sawfish
Jamie and Richard travel to the remote northern tip of Australia to help capture and transport two live sawfish for a breeding programme in the US. Freshwater sawfish have never before been bred in captivity, so if they accomplish that, history could be made. But will they succeed? The muddy waters of the Leichardt River are not only home to the shy but dangerous sawfish, but also to crocodiles…and they are always on the lookout for their next meal. The Strike Force team will have to push their resourcefulness to the limits if they want to stay out of harm's way
Strike Force: Shark Bait
Get closer to the action as Richard and Jamie enter the world of sharks. Controversy surrounds the latest tourist craze of cageless underwater shark-feeding. Scientists fear this may be upsetting these predators' natural behaviour, so the Strike Force team set out to determine just to what extend these animals are affected by human interference. But first they have to catch and tag several sharks. And when they encounter a shark being suffocated by garbage, Richard puts his own life on the line to save that of the animal. But sharks are not the only dangerous creatures this fearless pair will encounter ...wait to see what happens when they cross paths with some of the world's deadliest snakes -- none of them in a mood to be cooperative.
Strike Force: Venom Quest
Two scientists are on a mission – to collect venom from some of the ocean's deadliest creatures, so that lives can be saved by manufacturing antivenom. Their activities will leave you breathless as they set out in search of sea snakes with venom more deadly than a King Cobra, stone fish with the power to paralyze and the planet's most lethal marine animal – the box jellyfish.
Sumatra's Last Tiger
A serial killer is on the loose in Sumatra, and it's a 200-lb. tiger with a taste for human flesh. The attacks occurred because the tiger's habitat is dwindling due to human action, but with eight deaths in only three months, locals want the culprit dead. To complicate matters further, the Sumatra tiger is critically endangered fewer than 400 remain in the wild. Join a specialized team of forest rangers and conservationists who've made it their mission to find the tiger and safely remove it
Super Snake!
At more than 30 feet long, today's giant snakes are as big as they've ever been. But how big can giant snakes grow?
Super Spider
Dig deep into the often misunderstood world of spiders and discover how fascinating they really are. With more than 40,000 species recorded, they're an indispensable part of any ecosystem. Watch spiders that fly, spiders that jump more than 40 times their own height, others that spit to hunt and even ones that live underwater. Plus, see why spiders eat their own webs when they're done with them and find out why the scariest-looking spiders are often the least harmful.
Super Vulture
Vultures are ugly and aggressive, and they eat everything from carcasses infected with anthrax to lion droppings. But they're often misunderstood. In this one-hour special, wildlife cameraman Charlie Hamilton James ("Life," "Planet Earth") deploys the latest advancements in photography to get "under the feathers" of vultures to reveal their sensitive side, their superpowers and the vital role they play in nature.
Superfish: Bluefin Tuna
It is a giant among fish. Few have filmed it in the wild. For marine biologist and wildlife cameraman Rick Rosenthal, documenting the bluefin became the ultimate challenge. Rosenthal sets off to uncover the secrets of the legendary bluefin tuna, while documenting its place in the grand scheme of the vast marine ecosystem. Capable of weighing in at 1,500 pounds, spanning 10 feet and swimming up to 50 miles per hour in a range from one end of the North Atlantic to the other.
Superpride
In Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, one pride has 22 lions in all: they are a Superpride. Few lion prides reach superpride status. This phenomenon requires the right conditions: plentiful prey, strong pride males, and keeping cubs alive to maturity.
Supersized Pets
Pets come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, the bigger they are, the stranger they get. From a giant monitor lizard, and a reindeer, to a buffalo -- meet some of the world's weirdest Supersized Pets.
Swamp Men
Billie Swamp Safari is the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s 2200-acre wildlife park, on the edge of the Everglades. Their goal is to immerse visitors in the wild, while also sharing the Seminoles’ story of harmony with nature. A visit to this swamp is best described as controlled chaos; complete with face-to-face encounters with wild alligators, venomous snakes, black bears, panthers and virtually every other native animal the swamp has to throw at them. To ensure a safe visit for his guests, the park’s director, Ed Woods, has enlisted a tough group of characters. His edgy management style and the opportunity to work in one of the most dangerous professions on the planet have attracted a group of characters unparalleled in the business, each bringing their own unique skill set and passion to the job. But no matter how much experience these guys possess, this is the swamp, and nothing about their job is predictable!
Swamp Men: Fire Hazard
The staff of Billie Swamp Safari has a lot of work and danger in front of them as they try and corral 50 of the overpopulated bison to move to a ranch in northern Florida then search for injured animals while a forest fire ravages the adjacent Seminole cultural area. Shea is super busy catching a diamondback rattlesnake, heading out with Matt and tribesman Billy Walker to learn the traditional way Seminoles catch garfish, an important job in their culture, and veteran gator handler Paul Simmons comes to train him how to safely catch gators in deep water. While Paul is visiting he is able to save some baby alligators and Lawrence from a muddy irrigation ditch. Finally, to thank them for their hard work Ed holds a frog leg eating contest for Shea, John, Jason, Raymond and Matt which has been creating a lot of smack talk between the guys. The winner, John, gets a crown and the loser, Jason, has to do housekeeping for a week.
Swamp of the Baboons
Among the forested islands and wildlife-rich floodplains of Botswana lies the highest concentration of baboons in Africa. Here, we'll meet an alpha male named Boro and follow his daily struggle to maintain authority and protect his kids. Family drama unfolds when Boro is challenged and defeated by a hostile baboon outsider, and suffers the loss of his son to disease.
The Animal Extractors: Backyard Python
A giant python in a family yard in Florida and a hawk trapped in an Orlando hardware store; plus an alligator in West Palm Beach, black bears in Nevada; a raccoon makes a mess in a Toronto office, and possums in a kitchen...
The Animal Extractors: Bedroom Bat
In Toronto, a team rushes to help a family whose 5-year-old daughter has been terrorized by an invasion of bats. Next, Florida animal control agents respond to a call about a huge alligator that has been threatening dogs in a lakeside community. Then, a husband and wife team is on the lookout for a rattler that's attacked the same small dog in Sacramento for the 5th time in 18 months. Finally, in Lake Tahoe, wildlife biologist is on the trail of two big brown bears.
The Animal Extractors: Break-In Bear
A Nevada state field biologist receives an emergency call about a bear that has broken into the bedroom of an 8-year-old boy. Then, in California, a husband and wife team performs an extraction of their own at a dentist's office when they remove a Northern Pacific rattlesnake from the premises. Next, a Tucson animal removal expert is called out when a female bobcat and her kitten move into town. Then, a Florida alligator control agents visit a homeowner anxious about a large alligator that's
The Animal Extractors: Double Trouble Gators
Alligators spell 'double trouble' for Floridian residents…Alligator Control Agents Rick Kramer and Scott Patrone respond to a call reporting an alligator who tried to snack on a local dog. It later transpires there is not one, but two large, dangerous super predators hunting close to the lake shore residences
The Animal Extractors: Polar Bears in Peril
In this episode of The Animal Extractors, a polar bear is caught by agents on the edge of town, and a mother polar bear and her cubs are airlifted out of harm's way. In Massachusetts, beavers are causing havoc as their dam floods a resident's property. Also, schoolchildren at risk of infection when a raccoon enters the school grounds; peacocks in an old people's home; armadillos in a cemetery; and orphaned raccoons in need of rescuing from a trash dumpster.
The Animal Extractors: Raccoon Attack
First, wildlife control agents rush to a home where an extremely aggressive mother raccoon and her litter are living in the attic. Next, a biologist and a black bear expert respond to a call about a bear in a woman's kitchen. Then, alligator control agens are on the trail of a nine-foot alligator that's been terrorizing a community. Finally, a husband and wife team responds to a call from a woman who thought she heard a sprinkler go off but it was a large rattlesnake less than two feet away.
The Animal Extractors: Race Against Time
Meet a wildlife agent near Seattle, who races against time in an emergency search for an injured bear cub who has been hit by a car. Can he find it and get it to safety before it's too late? Also in the episode, a pair of feisty raccoons are extracted from a suburban garage in Chicago, an alligator control agent tries to capture an alligator that has been living in a West Palm Beach, Florida golf course and snake removal experts help a young Californian family in rattlesnake danger.
The Animal Extractors: Rattlesnake Family
In this episode of The Animal Extractors, Mark Hammond from Animal Experts Wildlife Services in Tucson, Arizona comes face-to-face with a family of rattlesnakes in a suburban backyard. With seven deadly snakes to deal with, can Mark safely relocate themrelocate them before someone gets hurt? Plus alligators in Florida, black bear alert in Nevada and a rabies scare for Jeff Carver in Tucson, Arizona.
The Animal Extractors: Snake Attack
In this episode of The Animal Extractors, Mark Hammond from Animal Experts in Tucson, Arizona comes face to face with an aggressive Bull Snake at a family home. The snake won't leave without a fight and Mark gets a painful reminder of their encounter. Plus an alligator in Florida, black bears in Nevada and a rattlesnake alert in California.
The Animal Extractors: Three Little Pigs
In this episode of The Animal Extractors, Three Little Pigs tear a Florida homeowner's lawn to shreds; a rabies scare for a young family after a skunk attack; alligators in West Palm Beach; an aggressive raccoon in a backyard; and a midnight encounter with a rattlesnake.
The Animal Extractors: Triple Trash Bears
A bear expert is called in to a Nevada tourist hotspot after three black bears continue to raid an unsecured food court. See how they help a women in Canada remove a raccoon that has taken refuge in her chimney and help a man in Tucson, Arizona get rid of an agitated badger living in his backyard. And finally, see how a swarm of bees in Florida and a rattlesnake in California lead to more emergency calls for The Animal Extractors.
The Animal Extractors: Wild Horse Hazard
Three little hogs tear a Florida homeowner's lawn to shreds and rabies scare a young family after a skunk attack; plus alligators in West Palm Beach, an aggressive raccoon in a backyard and a midnight encounter with a rattlesnake.
The Crocs That Turned to Rubber
When hundreds of crocodiles are found dead in a South African National Park, an investigation is launched to find the mystery killer. Authorities are stunned to find a disease is turning their crocs rubbery.
The Elephant in the Living Room
This critically acclaimed documentary goes inside the controversy of raising dangerous animals as pets. The film exposes the reality of the multibillion-dollar exotic pet industry while chronicling two men at the heart of the issue an Ohio police officer whose friend was killed by an exotic pet; and a man who struggles to raise two lions that he loves like his own family. Their lives collide in an unexpected twist when a male lion escapes its pen and is found attacking cars on a nearby highway.
The Freaky Fish
With a horse's head and a monkey's tail, seahorses are one of the ocean's strangest and most charismatic inhabitants. In this one-hour special, wildlife filmmaker Natali Tesche-Ricciardi sets out to investigate something that most people don't realize — seahorse populations are in crisis.
The Incredible Dr. Pol
With more than 19,000 patients, Dr. Pol has seen it all. Specializing in large farm animals, this senior is anything but retiring as he takes an old school, no-nonsense approach to veterinary medicine. Unflappable and unstoppable, this Doc routinely puts in 14-hour days and is a legend in the community. In this new series, we’ll travel with him across rural Michigan to care for every family pet and head of livestock in need of his expertise.
The Invaders: Bed Bug Doomsday
Major cities in the United States are in the grip of an invisible invasion. More and more people are falling victim to one of mans oldest parasitic pests, one that lives in colonies hidden in our furniture and literally drinks our blood while we sleep: bed bugs. From apartments in New York to caves in Arizona, join researchers, entomologists and exterminators as they struggle to better understand bed bugs and find ways for us to survive the impending bed bug invasion.
The Invaders: Cocaine Hippos
The infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar was notorious for smuggling cocaine, but perhaps less known for illegally importing exotic species to his personal zoo. Soon after Escobar's demise, the animals were left alone, and now, one of these species has invaded the Colombian countryside — a herd of more than 30 giant hippos! Join Nat Geo WILD for an exclusive look at the so-called "cocaine hippos" and the battle to control this thriving African invader.
The Invaders: Coyote Army
Coyotes are invading backyards across America. With sharp teeth, wily intelligence and a body built for speed, these formidable predators can adapt and survive in nearly any environment. They are a threat people as well as pets — attacking a 19-year-old girl in Nova Scotia, stalking joggers in New Jersey and snatching a toddler right out of its sandbox in California. Worse yet, biologists have now uncovered a hybrid species that is larger and more aggressive — the coywolf.
The Invaders: Giant Swamp Rats
Giant swamp rats are taking over the U.S. and destroying fragile ecosystems from Maryland to Oregon. The rodent, known as nutria, is native to Argentina, but was introduced to the U.S. during a "get-rich-quick" scheme to farm the animals for their fur. Now there are 20 million in Louisiana alone, and Nat Geo WILD is on the front lines with experts trying to curtail the invasive species.
The Invaders: Moose Rampage
A moose in the country is no big deal … but a moose in a New York suburb is a recipe for disaster. At upwards of 6 feet tall and weighing more than ton, moose have a reputation as gentle, clumsy giants. But with large racks of antlers and sharp hooves, they can be dangerous. Nat Geo WILD examines why moose are invading the Northeast, infiltrating populated areas including regions just outside of New York City.
The Invaders: Pigzilla
As many as 23 million feral pigs have taken over Australia, causing an untold amount of damage. These highly intelligent invaders are endangering native species, spreading disease, destroying farmland and even attacking people. They were deliberately introduced by people centuries ago; now it's up to locals to keep their populations in check. Scientists and citizens are resorting to a range of methods to defend their country against these "pigzillas."
The Lady with 700 Cats
"I bet she's sorry now!"says Lynea Lattanzio, referring to her mother's forbiddance of felines in the house. Founder and owner of California's largest no-cage, no-kill cat sanctuary, Lattanzio lives with more than 700 cats. Boxes of abandoned kittens, emergency CPR, meds for sick strays — each day brings a new set of challenges to her refuge on 12 acres in central California. In this new special, follow the struggles of Lattanzio and her passionate staff as they provide a safe haven to feline
The Lion Ranger: Attack of the Teens
It's all hands on deck to create a long-lasting sanctuary for the animals. The time has come for teenage lions Mafumo and Vayezi to leave the nursery and join a pride, but will they be accepted by the current pride members? He finds that some of his lions are developing an unknown growth on their lips, heads and legs. Faced, too, with the financial burden of maintaining the sanctuary, Kevin begins a volunteer project to help secure the future of his lions.
The Lion Ranger: Death in the Kingdom
Rafiki - one of the large male lions in the Kingdom - needs surgery on both of his hind legs. In this episode, we'll follow Rafiki's operation, an abandoned hyena cub's first introduction into the nursery and a painful but expected death at the Park. Then, just as things begin to slow down, the Kingdom is hit with a bush fire.
The Lion Ranger: Trouble in the Pride
Meet the "Big Kings," one of the largest prides in the Kingdom of the White Lion. Kevin Richardson visits the pride to discover that there has been an increase in fighting, and to restore peace he must move one of the lions to another reserve and maybe even abroad. Later, he prevents teenage lions from attempting to overthrow their father. Plus, the film Kevin has been making for the past four years is finally ready to premiere. Will Kevin be able to juggle so many critical responsibilities?
The Monster Project
What do the Jersey Devil, Champ and the Chupacabra all have in common? These legends have lived within the public eye for ages, gaining cult-like status across the globe. They exist as the world’s most notorious monsters, with fascinating new stories popping up every year and adding to the lore. But what’s the real story behind these modern day cryptic icons? 
The Pack: Lions
NGC breaks down the sophisticated hunting strategies of a lion pride with too many mouths to feed and not enough hunters. Follow desperate lionesses after an ambush fails to bring down a zebra and a coordinated blitz of impala fails to feed the entire pride. Hunger leads the pride to hunt giraffes. Watch a mother giraffe abandon her young during a lion siege. And, go along with lions as they bring down a male giraffe against all odds and secure the pride's survival - NGC cameras capture this
The Pack: Wild Dogs
NGC takes an inside look at the hunting tactics of wild dogs, witnessing everything from instinctive strategy to moments of capture. Follow a pack of wild dogs as they compete for prey with lions and hyenas. It is no easy task for these relatively small predators to beat the competition, so the pack must get creative and solidarity is the key to success. Watch these endangered predators employ different lines of attack to feed their young and secure the next generation of wild dogs.
The Phantom Cat
Spotting a jaguar in South America's Pantanal is like finding a needle in a haystack -- filming one is even harder. Here, most of the land is flooded and turned into a maze of rivers and ponds during the rainy season. Not to mention the jaguar's dwindling population and elusive nature. But these challenges won't stop one wildlife filmmaker from achieving his lifelong dream of catching a jaguar on film, and witnessing it hunt. Follow Christian Baumeister's journey in search of the majestic cat.
The Rise of Black Wolf
Follow the journey of a rebel named Black Wolf who breaks from his pack and survives to be one of the oldest wolves in Yellowstone. He'll travel paved roads most wolves avoid at all costs as he ventures out to mate with a rival pack's females. At nearly twice the age most wolves reach, Black Wolf's unorthodox lifestyle likely means he has more pups than any wolf in Yellowstone. NGC cameras capture the action when he finally achieves alpha male status in his own pack.
The Secret Life of Cats
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The Secret Life of Dogs
Today, there are about 500 million dogs alive and more than 400 recognized dog breeds. Dogs are found in more shapes, sizes and varieties than any other mammal on the planet. They're so familiar to us that we often forget how extraordinary they are. This is man's best friend. Now, Nat Geo WILD takes an intimate look at our faithful friends with fresh eyes and renewed appreciation -- from their super senses to their unquestioning loyalty.
The Whale that Exploded
In January 2004, the carcass of a 50-ton sperm whale explodes in a Taiwanese city center. NGC examines the physics and the biology of this 100,000-pound animal whose body was destroyed by its own internal forces.
The Wild West
Before cowboys and before the Gold Rush, there were the original outlaws of the West — the truly untamed animals that call America home. Elephant seals settling their scores with blood; black and brown bears prospecting for pink gold in the form of thousands of salmon; and bobcats exploring the New World alone. Now, venture inside the coasts, deserts and mountains where these wild creatures roam.
Thunderbeast
Eight years in the making, this stunning documentary reveals the awesome survival skills of the American buffalo, from epic battles with grizzly bears and wolves to treacherous winters and late summer mating seasons.
Tigers of the Snow
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Totally Wild: Bat Eats Bat
This episode shows the male and female roles of different birds, creatures and chomping predators.
Totally Wild: Dung Beetles
This episode features the predatory instinct, group living arrangements and buggy behavior of creatures around the world.
Totally Wild: Fainting Goats
Beauty and danger alongside evolutionary creativity: all ingredients in Mother Nature's mix. This episode covers everything from stunning sea creatures, to fish that walk and eat on land, and even fainting goats.
Totally Wild: Fishing Spider
Bison mate, wild horses fight, a lion takes down a wildebeest, Pygmy seahorses couple up and dance, and a fishing spider snags a passing frog.
Totally Wild: Jesus Christ Lizard
Witness the amazing basilisk lizard, also known as the Jesus Christ lizard, which can run on water!
Totally Wild: Otter Chaos
Dikkops keep monitor lizards out of the egg baskets, antlion larvae dig pits and trap ants to suck dry, Japanese snow monkeys frolic in Texas and otters get crazy in the wild.
Totally Wild: Rifle Bird
This episode is all about cute and not-so-cute babies, use of color in nature, and bird antics.
Totally Wild: Sharks, Snakes & Cute Stuff Too
See great whites taste-testing, nurse sharks mating, giant whale sharks, and rarely seen sharks that like the sixgill, chimera, and Pacific sleeper. Cute civets and cat-like genets, a king cobra and a rat snake round out the show.
Totally Wild: Strange-headed Snakes
Explore the secret lives of unusual animals: black flying fox, bandicoot rats, owls, crafty sand boa, Harris hawks, anacondas, fire ants, male diamondback moths, a rarely seen Okapi, and a two-headed snake that fools predators into biting the wrong end.
Totally Wild: Vampire Finches
This episode is about big cats, underwater weirdness, and tough birds, from lions, leopards, and cheetahs to carrier crabs and angler fish that walk on "elbows." Finally, woodpeckers and blood-sucking finches.
Totally Wild: Whale Hunts Whale
Hyenas attack, howler monkeys whoop it up, and giraffes eat the leaves of the acacia thorn tree while gray wolves get a herd of elk on the run, and female killer whales attack a gray whale and her calf.
Ultimate Animal Countdown
Ultimate Animal Countdown is the ultimate search for the most amazing animals on the planet.   Each episode explores one of the big issues in the natural world: food or fighting, swarms or sex.  It takes ten of the most extreme animal exponents and ranks them from wild to wildest, in a roller coaster ride to find the most extraordinary behavior.   Ultimate Animal Countdown is Nature – without the boring bits.
Ultimate Bear
The polar bear, brown bear, and black bear each can weigh more than 1,000 pounds, outrun an Olympic sprinter, and take out prey with a single swipe of the paw. Deconstruct these bioengineering marvels to learn the secrets of maximum bears.
Ultimate Cat
With three-inch canines and claws like switchblades, big cats are capable of taking down fleet-footed antelope or two-ton elephants. From Africa to India, you'll discover the ultimate engineering and ambush tactics of lions, tigers and leopards.
Ultimate Crocodile
The "saltie" has the most powerful jaws since T-rex, a complex heart and brain, and unexpected intelligence. And it has survived -- unchanged -- for 100 million years.
Ultimate Enemies
Premiered as one-time special.
Ultimate Hippo
The hippo can weigh 8,000 pounds, outrun a sprinter, and shares a common ancestor with the whale. Explore the science behind this 15-million-year-old marvel.
Ultimate Honey Badger
Drop into the secret life of orphaned honey badger "Badgie" as she learns to face the wilds of Africa alone. Join her at ground level on mouse, snake and scorpion hunts, and watch her battle a porcupine for ownership of her burrow. Badgers are famous for being the most fearless animals in Africa, and Nat Geo WILD follows Badgie's rite of passage to becoming the Street Fighter of the Savannah.
Ultimate Predators: Animal Assassins
Nat Geo WILD goes face-to-face with the world's deadliest carnivores. Swim with a great white shark as it stalks its next meal—an unsuspecting seal is no match for the great white's powerful, deadly jaws. And follow brown bears, whose teeth are perfectly designed for tearing flesh, as they scour for food after a long hibernation. In Africa, hungry lions prowl for prey, battling wildebeest to the death so the lions can feed their hungry cubs.
Ultimate Predators: Chimp Attack
Take a closer look at the animals you thought you knew — some notorious hunters and others deceptively friendly — and what happens when they live up to their wild potential. And when humans fall prey, find out what makes these beasts lash out. Go inside the infamous attack that left a woman with devastating injuries to her face and limbs after she was mauled by a chimpanzee. And find out what could have triggered an elephant to attack and kill its trainer during a routine cirucs performance.
Ultimate Predators: Death By Dragon
Take a closer look at the animals you thought you knew — some notorious hunters and others deceptively friendly — and what happens when they live up to their wild potential. Why would a cougar attack a child unprovoked? And what would make a Komodo dragon — whose bacteria-filled bite can be lethal — attack a sleeping man? Scientists weigh in on the motives behind the aggressive, and often unexpected, deadly behavior of some Ultimate Predators.
Ultimate Predators: Jaws of Death
In Tanzania, a wounded lion is forced to give up its regular prey. It soon learns that humans are an easier catch. An old baboon is kicked out of his troop, and he must do whatever it takes to find food… even if it means taking a human baby girl. Male polar bears can be aggressive, and young males are the most skittish, but something else is making arctic bears go on the attack. Dry weather in Botswana's Okavango delta has got the local hippo population on edge, transforming this breathtaking spot into a hell on earth.
Ultimate Predators: Killer Instincts
An outbreak of shark attacks on the Brazilian coast leaves dozens maimed. Siberian tigers draw human blood, but it's not hunger triggering these attacks. Lookout swimmers, Florida alligators will eat anything that comes their way. A remote park in Ontario has some of the most beautiful camp sights on earth. A local black bear heads up the welcoming committee.
Ultimate Predators: Nature's Nightmares
What do you get when you mix hippos, bears, crocs and vipers? A heaping pile of animals with a vicious streak. People who have come face to face with animals on the rampage share their horrific stories. Ultimate Predator will give us an insight on understanding why these animals are considered “ultimate” predators.
Ultimate Viper
Vipers have been evolving their way to the top of the reptile heap for millions of years. Their venom is lethal and they can strike with precision in complete darkness. Now, some vipers may be evolving into even deadlier forms. Did humans help?
Unlikely Animal Friends
Four hours of frolicking, friendly fun with unlikely duos – including a dog who swims for hours with his dolphin pal, a man who gives up eating poultry after befriending a goose, a house cat who has play dates with a barn owl, and a baboon who fosters a bush baby.  These friends show us the emotional power of animals to bond with other species.  They'll warm your heart and put a smile on your face.
Unlikely Animal Genius
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Untamed Americas: Coasts
At the frozen poles or the sultry tropics, the coasts of the Americas host some of the greatest spectacles on earth. At the Falkland Islands in the southern end of the Americas, watch male gentoo penguins perform mating jigs to attract females. Farther north, plunge into the Sea of Cortez off the coast of Mexico, where hordes of voracious giant Humboldt squid cannibalize their kin.
Untamed Americas: Deserts
In the deserts of the Americas, an abundance of wildlife has developed an array of bizarre and baffling against-the-odds survival strategies. Go to the Atacama Desert along the coast of northern Peru, where Humboldt penguins raise their families in the driest place on earth. Filmed for the first time in high-speed infrared, see the tiger moth dodge millions of hungry bats emerging from caves in the Chihuahua Desert.
Untamed Americas: Forests
A journey through the forests of the Americas is one of extremes — flood, freeze and fire. The animals that live there not only endure, but adapt and thrive in surprising ways. As the flood season arrives in the Amazon rain forest, witness the mighty Amazon River burst its banks and transform a lush rain forest into a watery world where river dolphins hunt along the forest floor and an elusive jaguar takes down a caiman crocodile with stunning expertise.
Untamed Americas: Mountains
From the Arctic to the peaks of the Andes, survival at great heights takes real guts. On the Yellowstone plateau, in a rarely filmed event, see newly awakened black bears go on the hunt for newborn elk calves. Get a ringside seat at one of the toughest mating contests on the planet as male bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountains literally go head-to-head in a bloody battle for breeding rights.
Urban Jungle
They’re the subject of countless newscasts. The horror stories from our headlines. Wild animals stalking our streets like never before. But their stories haven’t fully been told - until now. In Urban Jungle, big cat tracker Boone Smith takes viewers on a harrowing journey to the places we once counted as our own, but have gone to the wild. He ventures deep into the heart of some of the most crowded cities on the planet, to uncover a hidden world where predators and prey collide - outside our windows, above our skyscrapers, under our feet. All over the planet, a new wilderness is rising. And it’s just outside your door.
Vulture Apocalypse
The war between leopards and the people of Mumbai has been steadily escalating. The leopards are being lured into the city chasing an exploding population of feral dogs. The dog population is rocketing because they've gained unfettered access to the city's garbage heaps. But it wasn't always like this. Just a decade ago the dogs couldn't get on to the dumps. They were occupied by a rival scavenger – the vulture. But back then there were tens of millions of vultures in India. Today the vultures are nowhere to be seen. 99% of India's vultures have vanished. "In a single decade they've undergone the most rapid population collapse of any animal in recorded history,” says Richard Cuthbert, biologist with the U.K.'s Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. What has threatened the natural world in India?
Waking the Baby Mammoth
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Waking the Baby Mammoth
She is the most perfectly preserved woolly mammoth ever discovered. She's called Lyuba, a 1-month-old baby that walked the tundra about 40,000 years ago and then died mysteriously. And she has mesmerized the scientific world with her arrival — creating headlines across the globe. How did she die? What can she tell us about life during the ice age and the Earth's changing climate?
War Elephants
A 16-year-long civil war that began in 1977 ravaged Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, wiping out nearly 95 percent of the elephant population. Today, peace has been restored, but the surviving elephants still carry the emotional scars of war and must relearn how to trust humans. This Earth Day, Nat Geo WILD follows a brother-and-sister team, Bob Poole and Dr. Joyce Poole, on a mission to help the traumatized elephants heal and to restore peace to a once-again-thriving wildlife sanctuary.
We Move Animals
Go inside the bizarre world of transporting animals with the best known family in the business.  The Denickers are a strong-willed, gutsy family consisting of a mom, Susan and her grown son, Anthony and daughter Alyssa.  They know that moving wild animals and pets is a tricky, challenging, and often hilarious venture.  Each high stakes assignment has it’s own unique challenge--not only in getting their live cargo to their destination quickly and safely, but in keeping their human clients happy and calm as well.  And the Denickers themselves?  While they’re pros at what they do, they aren't always calm and composed.  The family dynamic is as much a part of the entertainment as the animals themselves.
Westminster Master Agility Championship
The Westminster Kennel Club will add to its incomparable legacy in the sport of dogs in 2014 when it stages The Masters Agility Championship at Westminster at Pier 94 in New York City. Dogs and their handlers excitedly attack the obstacle course of jumps, tunnels, weave poles and more in a timed competition in the fastest-growing dog sport in the country.
Whale Attack
Passengers on a whale-watching excursion in Monterey Bay, Calif., on Mother's Day, 2004, witnessed a huge gray whale and her calf locked in mortal combat with a determined gang of killer whales. Using actual video footage from eyewitnesses and the latest scientific analysis, Whale Attack investigates this rarely seen assault and shows viewers how this attack changed our understanding of the secrets that lie beneath the waves.
Whales: The Dark Side
Highly intelligent with strong family ties, ingenious hunting methods, and sophisticated communication skills, killer whales are one of the oceans' top predators. Visit underwater realm of these most feared and the least understood marine mammals.
When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs
Some hundred million years ago, crocodiles were the ruling T. rexes of the waters. They galloped on land, ambushed prey at the river's edge … even terrorized dinosaurs. And more, these swift predators evolved through the ages into the modern crocs we know today. Now, armed with newly discovered prehistoric crocodile bones, Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Paul Sereno is determined to bring the ancient creatures to life — and tell their fantastic untold story.
When Sharks Attack
From America’s coastline to exotic beaches around the world, the number of reported shark attacks has increased in the last half century. Many of the attacks are popping up in new and surprising locations. Nat Geo WILD investigates these attacks to see what is affecting some of nature’s most feared fish.
Wicked Tuna: Good to the Last Bite
With winter approaching and the yearly quota almost filled, the fishermen push their limits to catch the final fish of the season. The clock is ticking, and the fishing is fast and furious. It seems everyone's hooking up but the king of the fleet, Dave, captain of the Tuna.com. But with the final hours of the season running out, Dave stumbles onto what may be the biggest, baddest fish of the year… if he can land it.
Wicked Tuna: Greed, Ego & Jealousy
After a series of near misses on fish that are below the legal size limit, Captain Ralph of the Odysea is desperate for a keeper, and his first mate Pirate is desperate for a long-delayed paycheck. When he finally finds himself on top of some fish, Ralph gets a distress call from a boat with engine trouble, forcing Ralph to make a tough decision — help out a friend in need or stay and make a much-needed paycheck?
Wicked Tuna: Grudge Match
With just two weeks left until the end of tuna fishing season, Bounty Hunter gains a new deckhand. Paul, formerly of Tuna.com, joins the crew, and Captain Bill hopes he will help turn the boat's luck around. But tensions flare when Paul tries to teach a few things to First Mate Scott leaving questions about whether the new arrangement will work. On the Hard Merchandise, First Mate Jay struggles to prove to his uncle and Captain that he's worth keeping on next season.
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Battle at Sea
After a series of near misses on fish that are below the legal size limit, Captain Ralph of the Odysea is desperate for a keeper, and his first mate Pirate is desperate for a long-delayed paycheck. When he finally finds himself on top of some fish, Ralph gets a distress call from a boat with engine trouble, forcing Ralph to make a tough decision — help out a friend in need or stay and make a much-needed paycheck?
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Blue Gold
A hard season with little money to show has taken its toll on the crew of the Odysea, leading Captain Ralph to lash out at his first mate Pirate. The more Ralph yells, the more Pirate tunes him out, leading to more mistakes from Pirate. Something has to give: either Pirate shapes up, or Ralph may ship him out. After defecting from Tuna.com to the Bounty Hunter, first mate Paul must prove his worth to his new captain or face the prospect of being a mate without a ship.
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Fight to the Finish
With winter approaching and the yearly quota almost filled, the fishermen push their limits to catch the final fish of the season. The clock is ticking, and the fishing is fast and furious. It seems everyone's hooking up but the king of the fleet, Dave, captain of the Tuna.com. But with the final hours of the season running out, Dave stumbles onto what may be the biggest, baddest fish of the year… if he can land it.
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Paul or Nothing
With just two weeks left until the end of tuna fishing season, Bounty Hunter gains a new deckhand. Paul, formerly of Tuna.com, joins the crew, and Captain Bill hopes he will help turn the boat's luck around. But tensions flare when Paul tries to teach a few things to First Mate Scott leaving questions about whether the new arrangement will work. On the Hard Merchandise, First Mate Jay struggles to prove to his uncle and Captain that he's worth keeping on next season.
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Rage on the Water
A mixture of bad luck and mutiny brews in this tumultuous episode of Wicked Tuna. Tensions erupt on New England's top tuna boat, Tuna.Com, when Captain Dave and Paul get into a heated confrontation that causes Paul to quit! To his dismay, Captain Bill of the Bounty Hunter is working shorthanded as his wife, Donna, has to return to a job on land as a result of an unsuccessful year.
Wicked Tuna: Hooked Up: Stormy Seas
An intense storm slams into the shores of Massachusetts, and meteorologists are calling for winds up to 20 to 30 knots and 4- to 6-foot-high waves. Most wouldn't dream of steaming out into conditions like these, but a few are brave enough to dare risk their lives — the fishermen of Gloucester. Marciano, captain of Hard Merchandise, risks the elements to hook a giant bluefin and finds himself with boat trouble in the midst of the storm.
Wicked Tuna: Man v. Storm
An intense storm slams into the shores of Massachusetts, and meteorologists are calling for winds up to 20 to 30 knots and 4- to 6-foot-high waves. Most wouldn't dream of steaming out into conditions like these, but a few are brave enough to dare risk their lives — the fishermen of Gloucester. Marciano, captain of Hard Merchandise, risks the elements to hook a giant bluefin and finds himself with boat trouble in the midst of the storm.
Wicked Tuna: Mutiny at Sea
A mixture of bad luck and mutiny brews in this tumultuous episode of Wicked Tuna. Tensions erupt on New England's top tuna boat, Tuna.Com, when Captain Dave and Paul get into a heated confrontation that causes Paul to quit! To his dismay, Captain Bill of the Bounty Hunter is working shorthanded as his wife, Donna, has to return to a job on land as a result of an unsuccessful year.
Wicked Tuna: Payback's a Fish
After going bust on his last trip, Marciano of Hard Merchandise now wrestles with the trials of being an absentee father when he comes home empty-handed. Though he would prefer a paycheck to a three-thousand-dollar loss, Marciano's family has missed him and shows their love and support while his mind remains on the tuna — wherever they are — he repays their devotion when he comes home the next day with a $10,000 fish.
Wicked Tuna: Pirate Problems
A hard season with little money to show has taken its toll on the crew of the Odysea, leading Captain Ralph to lash out at his first mate Pirate. The more Ralph yells, the more Pirate tunes him out, leading to more mistakes from Pirate. Something has to give: either Pirate shapes up, or Ralph may ship him out. After defecting from Tuna.com to the Bounty Hunter, first mate Paul must prove his worth to his new captain or face the prospect of being a mate without a ship.
Wicked Tuna: Size Matters
Meet Kevin and the Christina, a boat that gets its own real life fish story when it snags an eleven-hundred pound “monstah” right out of the gate. The story of Kevin's catch, by far the biggest of the season, is the talk of the town and no one takes it harder than Dave on Tuna.com, a born competitor. Dave puts his boat on overdrive to catch up, while Marciano is forced to sit on the sidelines with a charter tour so that he can pay off the mountain of debt he's accumulating.
Wicked Tuna: The Bite is On
Meet the fleet, as peak season begins and the adrenaline rush of “monstah” hunting hits Gloucester. We enter mid-season, but this is when the money is made and tempers run hot. Each captain loads his boat with three thousand dollars worth of fuel, bait, and ice, and heads off for open water where the blue gold is waiting. But it doesn't take long for things to sour when there's cash on the line.
Wicked Tuna: Weekend Warriors
Tuna.com continues its winning streak, catching two fish in one day while the rest of the fleet struggles to even find a spot to fish in between the flocks of “googans” — the weekend recreational boaters who seem to make every bite go wrong. Desperate for a catch, Bill of Bounty Hunter starts doing some sleuthing around Gloucester, trying to crack Dave's code in search of the secret that will bring him the fish — and the money too.
Wild Alaska
The rugged coast of our biggest state harbors the most incredible wildlife in America. When winter breaks, animals make the most of the endless sunshine before this world closes again in darkness. This is the story of the creatures that endure this harsh reality along the shoreline - Alaska's life on the edge.
Wild Animal Evictions
They hit our homes, hang out at our favorite restaurants, even tee up at the neighborhood golf course. Animals running amuck and crossing the line of comfort. They want to lead a cushy life, too - but when they get too close, the safest bet is to back off and let the experts take over. These critters mean no harm, but catching them's gonna' be tricky. Even for the pros.
Wild China
For the first time in a century, China is opening up to the world. This landmark series gains unprecedented access into this most enigmatic of countries, to reveal a land of astonishing complexity.  High definition cameras capture unique images of the mysterious creatures and diverse human communities that live in China’s varied landscapes.  Journey through this breathtaking place, from the Himalayas to the barren steppe, the sub-arctic to the tropical islands, and discover the cultural diversity of China and the mysterious, beautiful, wild and rare creatures which live here.
Wild Congo: King Kong's Lair
The Congo: more powerful and dangerous than any other river yet a sanctuary and home for some of the most wonderful creatures on our Earth. Our closest relatives can be found hidden deep inside the dense jungles that surround the Congo and its feeding rivers, with three of the world's four species of great apes living in the Congo Basin. Although they all live so close together, these apes exhibit extreme differences in behaviour. These differences are above all clear in the case of the Bonobos, which developed their own very unique solution to conflicts after being cut off from fellow members of their species by the water masses of the Congo: sex! The tides of the Congo are home to a variety of creatures, for example fish with long noses or gigantic trunks, all of which have adapted to the extreme living conditions in their own unique way. As a result, the Congo has become a test laboratory of evolution and an El Dorado of biodiversity.
Wild Congo: River of Monsters
The Congo: the second largest river on Earth! The Congo rises as a brook in the north of Zambia, which provides a stage for one of the world's largest migrations of mammals. On its journey into the west, the river constantly increases in both size and power, just like its inhabitants, for example the mysterious Shoebill, one of the largest birds on Earth, which lurks in the dense papyrus of the Bangweulu Wetlands. Metre-long pythons hunt down their prey in the trees while powerful hippopotamus bulls battle it out for control of the water. In order to survive in the Congo, these animals have had to adapt to the river's extreme conditions, which has enabled evolution to create some truly unique creatures. Fish with lungs or wings and fish that are able to hunt on land are all prime examples of animals that can only be found in the Congo.
Wild Hawaii
Seven millions years ago Hawaii rose from the sea a volcanic wasteland, how these islands transformed themselves into paradise is a story that defies the odds and challenges our expectations. Nat Geo WILD takes us on an untamed journey to Hawaii, a place that through an alchemy of fire, ice and water has become an experiment in creation.
Wild Justice: All Lit Up
In this episode of Wild Justice, Wardens use a trusted device to catch spotlighters looking to hunt at night. Meanwhile, Warden Stoots and team use an aerial assault to track down other spotlighters. Later on, Warden Tognazzini gets a call about a fawn and has to make a tough call.
Wild Justice: Antlers & Weapons
Warden Ulrich leads a team to chase a prolific deer poacher. Warden Kyle Kroll finds a surprising twist to a mysterious hut found in national park land. Warden Quintal gets a call about a mountain lion that's killed some livestock and issues a depredation license.
Wild Justice: Bear Bait
Warden Karnow tracks down deer poachers in a residential neighborhood while Kyle Kroll catches up with a bear poacher. Warden Budish dips into some local lobster poaching as wardens Gil and Golden get a surprise arrest.
Wild Justice: Bear-ly Legal
Warden Brian Boyd is after poachers who hunt bears and illegally sell their gall bladders on the black market. Later, after almost being hit head-on by a drunk driver, Boyd chases the man through the mountains, and eventually winds up capturing the man on foot. Warden Nick Buckler gets a call about a dead eagle and must perform a necropsy to determine that it was electrocuted. Next, Buckler gets a call from a rancher about a deer whose body is covered with debilitating tumors. He must euthanize the animal. Lieutenant John Nores and a team execute a search warrant on the house of suspected sturgeon poachers and arrest a husband and wife.
Wild Justice: Bitten By Justice
Deep in the Shasta National Forest, Warden Brian Boyd's K9 partner Phoebe searches a Mexican cartel marijuana grow and bites one suspect in the leg. Wounded and unable to walk, the suspect is airlifted to a hospital and then placed in custody. A group of wardens go into thick backwoods bush to track down a pig poacher. Another warden does secret surveillance under a porch to catch a woman feeding bears.
Wild Justice: Black Market Piranha
Lt. Nores assembles a team to stop the illegal sale of piranha. Wardens Stoots and Kroll remove a blacktip shark from a store before it's sold illegally. Chief Nancy Foley leads a checkpoint to crack down on abalone poaching, and the San Francisco wardens go undercover to try and catch a local market buying fish illegally.
Wild Justice: Bobcat Bandit
Warden Nick Buckler scouts a trapper to make sure he's following code. Warden Conely comes to the aid of some abandoned bobcat kittens.
Wild Justice: Boozin' & Snoozin'
Warden Jerry Karnow gets a call from a concerned homeowner about deer being shot at night in his neighborhood. Karnow tracks down a group of hunters outside a nearby home, and catches them red-handed with the illegally killed deer. Deep in a Plumas County forest, Warden Kyle Kroll discovers an illegal bear bait pile. Kroll finds the suspect, confronts him, and cites him. Warden Todd Tognazzini and a team of wardens enter the house of a convicted poacher. They confiscate his computer and find fresh antlers. Tognazzini takes the evidence to a forensics lab where an expert validates that the deer kills were all made in the last year, so Tognazzini goes back to confront the man. Warden Michelle Budish monitors a hot spot along the California coast for lobster poaching--and while on patrol, saves a drunk fisherman from drowning at the docks. Wardens Matt Gil and Art Golden investigate a rural area where poaching has been rampant. What the wardens find is a wanted man with sex toys. Warden Kyle Kroll sees his hard work pay off when a fawn he seized from a criminal is released back into the wild.
Wild Justice: California 911
The wardens from the California Department of Fish and Game are pushed to ultimate limits when a number of life-or-death situations arise at once. Warden Kyle Kroll is the first responder to a catastrophic car accident in Northern California that has plunged an elderly couple over a cliff and into a raging river. Warden Kroll helps rescue the couple by securing the car and administering first aid to their injuries.
Wild Justice: Catch Me If You Can
Warden Barnhart leads the hunt on someone who has disguised themselves as a Fish & Game officer. Warden Sandvig and his team serve a warrant on a fishing boat captain. And, Warden Boyd tries to save a bear trapped in a horse field.
Wild Justice: Caught Red-Handed
Warden Brian Boyd, his K9 partner Phoebe, and the Shasta County Sheriff's Department are part of a Marijuana Eradication Team. In the pre-dawn hours, they mount a raid on a multimillion dollar illegal grow. The torrential rain not only makes the long trek more dangerous and challenging, it dulls the scent detection abilities of the K9 tracker. After hours of hiking, they finally find the growers' camp and storm it. K9 Phoebe bites one suspect on the head to stop him from fleeing.
Wild Justice: Caught in the Act
Wardens Beals and Martignoni catch unsuspecting trespassers in a compromising position. Warden Boyd leverages a poacher's relationship to get answers. Wardens Kroll and Ulrich stake out a house where a deer fawn is being held captive.
Wild Justice: Chasing Tail
Warden Karnow follows up on a report of deer poaching to find the truth behind the kill. Lt. Nores and Wardens Quintal and Stoots are aided in chasing down spotlighters with the help of their aerial unit. Wardens Beals and Martignoni get the call to help out some abandoned wildlife babies.
Wild Justice: Click, Click, Boom!
Warden Change heads into the line of fire to keep trespassers from hurting themselves. Lt. Nores sets up an undercover sting to track down felony sales of wildlife. Wardens Hendricks and Hrbacek track down abalone poachers on multiple fronts.
Wild Justice: Deer Meat for Meth
Poachers often operate under cover of darkness, and so do the wardens. Wardens Beals and Martignoni hunt for a serial poacher illegally killing pregnant does. And on Halloween night, it's a deadly serious game of trick or treat as a special operations unit apprehends a suspect caught with a stash of illegal deer meat and marijuana. Then, in an upscale community of Grass Valley, residents discovered stray arrows outside their homes, and the wardens rush in to avert an accidental death.
Wild Justice: Dolphin Down
Assistant Chief Hamdorf and his team jump through hoops to push a dolphin back out to sea. Elsewhere, wardens in Los Angeles County try to move a family of bears out of a residential area and Warden Ghosoph tries to catch fishermen without licenses.
Wild Justice: Down the Rabbit Hole
Warden Brian Boyd gets the inside scoop and tracks down a suspected, younger deer poacher. Elsewhere, Warden Stoots confronts minors shooting cotton-tails out of season, and Warden Ulrich finds a wordy wood-cutter with a troubled past.
Wild Justice: Duck, Duck, Busted!
Warden Boyd uses his patience and a disguise to try and get his man. Warden Kroll covers all his bases when looking into a duck poacher, and Warden Little comes across a special someone on a routine stop in the woods.
Wild Justice: Family Feud
Wardens Quintal, Kroll and Stoots come across a habitual liar, who has a history of shooting birds in the neighborhood. Warden Alexander works with residents to stop their neighbor from feeding bears and the local wildlife. Wardens Galwey and Boyd deal with an irate farmer who is concerned with deer eating his crop.
Wild Justice: Feeding Time
Wardens Nores, Preffer, and Quintal track down a pig poacher using hidden cameras. Warden Fischer and State Park Ranger Mark Wright survey a California lake for illegal fishing and find a brash young poacher. Warden Ulrich goes undercover to find a family who is feeding wildlife illegally.
Wild Justice: Felony Friday
Outmanned and outgunned, the California Game Wardens reel in a boat with the smell of marijuana emanating from it. Next, wardens serve an arrest warrant on a felon suspected of shooting a sea lion in the face and an alleged mountain lion poacher with an arsenal and contraband. At the lion poacher's cabin, they discover bear parts, dozens of antlers and loaded guns. They also discover something they weren't expecting -- methamphetamines.
Wild Justice: Four Feet Under
Warden Zulliger joins the Coast Guard in tracking down boats causing environmental damage. Elsewhere, Warden Elliot and his team find more than one thing disturbing about a known poacher. And Warden Boyd gets some well-deserved recognition.
Wild Justice: Gold Diggers
Strange bear behavior sends the wardens patrolling for clues about bear activity. Biologist Klit comes across bears roaming on residents' land and rummaging through garbage. Since these bears have grown accustomed to human food, he sets a trap filled with cake, peanut butter and syrup to drive them back into the woods.
Wild Justice: Gold Fever
Warden Jerry Karnow discovers that a gold miner is illegally dredging a river. He risks life and limb to climb down a steep cliff to capture the violator, who is underwater in scuba gear mining for gold. Warden Kyle Kroll gets a tip that a convicted felon who is barred from possessing a weapon has been hunting. Following the first snowstorm of the season, Kroll conducts a full-scale surveillance operation and witnesses the man hunting ducks.
Wild Justice: Gold Rush
Wardens Beals and Martignoni are surprised to find out what a couple of trespassers are up to on public land. Warden Boyd goes undercover to track down a group of bear hunters, while Warden Kroll and trainee Holley, find and interrogate a family who has set up a gold mine on public property.
Wild Justice: Got Crabs!
Warden Art Golden finds the sale of a genet online and goes undercover to apprehend the violator. Elsewhere, Warden Zulliger chases down crabbers who try to get a leg up on the competition by putting pots out early. And Warden Ulrich stops illegal woodcutting in its tracks.
Wild Justice: Hard Drive
Warden Tognazzini leads a group to serve a warrant on a suspected deer poacher. Warden Powers heads another team to shut down an illegal marijuana crop worth millions. An old friend is put back into the wild.
Wild Justice: Hike From Hell
Warden Brian Boyd and Phoebe chase suspects into the woods on a grueling chase. Warden Beals deals with a deer attacked by a domestic K-9, and wardens put an end to a rave in a remote part of Sequoia National Forest.
Wild Justice: Hog Wild
Warden Chris Stoots chases down wild boar poaching in his region with the help of Lieutenant Nores and Warden Kyle Kroll, coming across a self-proclaimed king of poaching. Warden Brian Boyd chases down someone using public land for private gain with his dog, Phoebe.
Wild Justice: Hooked on Poaching
Wardens raid a commercial abalone ring working out of massage parlors and also raid a sturgeon/caviar ring working out of nail salons, give a stern warning to teenage kids poaching cottontail bunnies out of season, encounter a woman high on marijuana who claims to appreciate forest fairies, arrest a wanted man (who has been on Wild Justice before) who keeps his mom's ashes in his car, arrest illegal woodcutters and stop a possible burglary in progress...all in their pursuit of Wild Justice.
Wild Justice: Ill-eagle
Warden Boyd tracks bear hunters to see if they are by the book. Warden Buckler digs his claws in to help an injured golden eagle and Lt. Nores leads a fish poaching raid.
Wild Justice: Later Gator
Wardens Kroll, Stoots, and Ulrich rush to a call about a possible alligator threat. Elsewhere, Warden Elliott puts in hard time to chase down trout fishermen who don't know when to say when.
Wild Justice: Lion Stalker
Lt. Nores puts his efforts towards solving the case of a missing mountain lion. Warden Buckler deals with a heavy deer population, and Cpt. Farrell leads two teams in a raid on an abalone poaching ring.
Wild Justice: Lobster Mobster
Warden Kord and his team work day and night to save the lobster population on the California coast. Warden Boyd and his team hike deep into the mountains to take down a marijuana grow depleting some of California's natural water resources.
Wild Justice: Manhunt
In this episode of Wild Justice, Warden Budish patrols Southern California in order to protect lobsters from poachers. Meanwhile, Wardens Beals and Martignoni track down a deer poacher with a warrant, while Lt. Nores and Warden Kyle Kroll head to Monterey Bay where sport fishing season has just begun in order to protect against illegal fishermen.
Wild Justice: Marijuana Mountains
Illegal drugs and poaching often go hand in hand. Intel leads Lieutenant Nores and the Marijuana Eradication Team to a marijuana grow site near a children's camp. A few hundred miles north, Wardens Beals and Martignoni find drug paraphernalia after searching a parolee's vehicle. And Captain Castillo and his squad hunt down a man suspected of poaching deer, then trading the meat for methamphetamines.
Wild Justice: Meth & Mountain Lions
In this episode of Wild Justice, Warden Johnson fight back for a sea lion that has been cruelly killed by poachers. Meanwhile, Wardens Imsdahl and Beals check up on a deer hunter who hasn't had a license in ten years, and Beals continues to crack the Wild Justice whip in his county on potential fish and deer poachers.
Wild Justice: Meth Madness
After 7 years of being Warden Kyle Kroll's K9 partner, it's Buck's last day on the job before he starts retirement. In his final day, Buck alerts to drugs in a man's car and ends his career with an arrest! Kroll investigates a tip that two roommates have killed a trophy buck out of season and smuggled the deer in from out of state. Despite the efforts of the two roommates to cover their illegal tracks, Kroll unearths the truth and makes an arrest. Warden Matt Gil cites a hunter for poaching an elk on a minefield at a military base. Warden Rusty Boccaleoni pulls over a pair of drunks who almost ran him off the road with their truck, and Warden Nemlowill saves a hunter's dog from succumbing to a rattlesnake bite.
Wild Justice: Mile High Marijuana
A Fish & Game marijuana eradication team finds two major marijuana grows in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The team makes an arduous trek into the remote area to destroy the plants and capture cartel members who are illegally making black market drug profits. In the process, they use a helicopter to flush out the growers and corner them in a marijuana garden.
Wild Justice: Night Patrol
The wardens question a man for shooting a vulture and unexpectedly discover an abandoned marijuana grow room! Meanwhile, Warden Boyd and his K-9 Phoebe help take down a marijuana operation located deep in the woods. And Lieutenant Nores launches an aerial and ground task force against spotlighting poachers hunting wild boar at night, which results in detaining four poaching suspects.
Wild Justice: No License to Kill
Wardens Beals and Imsdahl work a tip about a hunter who shot a doe to a disturbing end. Lieutenant Nores and Warden Preffer patrol a popular hunting area and chase down a hunting party, while Warden Karnow receives a call about a bear taking refuge in a residential area.
Wild Justice: Outgunned
Warden Boyd and his team take an unorthodox approach to catching poachers who kill bears just to harvest their gall bladders for folk medicine. Using real bear paws to mask his tracks and scent in order to fake a bear presence, Boyd hopes to lure poachers into a trap and catch them red-handed. While in San Francisco, Warden O'Brien organizes a saturation patrol of Chinatown, known as a hotbed for illegal trading in exotic species and animal parts.
Wild Justice: Pig Stalkers
The hunter becomes the hunted when Warden Stoots and his team go after a gruesome breed of pig poachers known as “Hog-and-Dog” hunters. Meanwhile, a woman is caught feeding bears, discouraging them from fending for themselves and allowing the bears to become comfortable around people. And Warden Boyd responds to an emergency call to confront a man shooting a deer in his garden.
Wild Justice: Piranha Crackdown
Wild Justice goes online to stop illegal activity after black market operators are caught selling piranhas on Craigslist. But after a late-night sting, Fish and Game Wardens discover the criminal mastermind turns out to be just 15 years old. Then, a special operations unit goes on the move as surveillance reveals poaching of red abalone, but things get complicated when the suspects try to flee.
Wild Justice: Poached Pig
Wardens Buckler and Rojas aim to preserve the beauty of a wildlife sanctuary off the coast of Southern California. Warden Paz leads a team to take a hard line on a thrill kill deer poacher. Warden Boyd takes a team in to serve a warrant on a suspected pig poacher.
Wild Justice: Poacher Compound
Wardens search a poacher's house where four pit bulls guard a large safe--the kind you see in heist movies and banks--containing mystery items. In the high Sierras, wardens catch illegal ice fishermen who have way over their legal limit. Just outside Sacramento, Fish & Game releases three million baby salmon into a river in an attempt to keep the salmon population healthy, but wardens catch fishermen taking these highly sought after--and illegal--babies for bait.
Wild Justice: Quicksand!
Officers find a cow buried up to its neck in mud and quicksand. Near death, the cow appears to have been trapped for days, and they must spend hours digging through mud and feces to free the trapped animal. Elsewhere, Warden Rusty Boccaleoni gets a call to rescue three bear cubs in a dumpster. With the help of the local fire department, he's able to tow the dumpster to a safe location and release the bears back into the wild.
Wild Justice: Raid on Chinatown
Karnow and Nores find a hunter with an unconventional weapon. Warden Boyd tracks a bear-hunting party with questionable intentions, and wardens coordinate for an all-out crackdown on San Francisco markets suspected of selling illegal species.
Wild Justice: Robo-Deer
Wardens use a trusted decoy to help save the deer population from spot-lighters. Warden Karnow braves a remote area to bring down an illegal mining operation. And rookie Warden Gil breaks a murder case on a routine stop.
Wild Justice: Snake Shakedown
Wardens on the California coast investigate the poaching of abalone, a seafood delicacy. Lt. John Nores uses his own bear rug to make a felony buy bust. After finding decapitated deer, a warden in Northern California uses DNA evidence to nab the suspect. A warden in the Southern California desert sets up a snake decoy in a dark canyon.
Wild Justice: Snakebit
Warden Gil gets the call about a hunter who finds himself on an unsafe military field. Warden Nemlowill gets the call to help an unlucky hunter whose dog has been bitten by a rattlesnake. Warden Kroll and K-9 partner Buck are on their last patrol and bust a fisherman who has more problems than just poaching fish.
Wild Justice: Stuck in the Mud
Wardens Nores and Preffer act on a tip of a cow stuck in the mud and get down and dirty to try and free it. Warden Golden enforces dog limitations on bear hunters and Warden Boccaleoni comes to the aid of three bear cubs trapped in a waste disposal bin.
Wild Justice: The Night Shift
In this episode of Wild Justice, Warden Brian Boyd stalks poachers based off of multiple reports. Meanwhile, Wardens Elliot and Naslund, with the help of undercover agents take a two pronged approach at chasing down deer poachers running a significant poaching enterprise during evening hours.
Wild Justice: The Snake Wrangler
Warden Foy works to protect the salmon stock in his region. Warden Chang tries to catch snake poachers in the act. And, Warden Karnow puts in extra effort to catch a local poacher with a search warrant.
Wild Justice: The Sting
Warden Stoots gets a tip from local police on spotlighting activity. Wardens Beals and Martignoni turn a poacher into an informant leading them to a gruesome discovery, and Warden Boyd uses a decoy to catch would-be poachers red handed.
Wild Justice: Thrill Killer
Warden Boyd takes an unusual approach to catching hunters suspected of trafficking bear gallbladders. Using real bear paws to mask his tracks and a scent drag to imitate bear presence, Boyd hopes to lure the hunters into a trap and catch them red-handed. Meanwhile, other agents use aerial recon to track down what they believe is a thrill-killing poacher. The group finds myriad oddities, several suspicious species for sale and a suspect who eludes questioning.
Wild Justice: Totally Shucked
Wardens Stoots and Gomes use technology to catch a trapper while Warden Farrell and his team try to take down an illegal abalone sales ring. Elsewhere, undercover operatives put the squeeze on illegal commercial sales of aquatic wildlife.
Wild Justice: Tracks of a Killer
Wardens Karnow and Boyd use K-9 Phoebe to track down evidence and a suspected bow hunting poacher whose practice puts the public's safety at risk. Lt. Nores reflects on his former K-9 partner and goes on patrol with Wardens Stoots and Kroll along Anderson Lake. Their investigation comes to an abrupt and dangerous stop.
Wild Justice: Trap & Release
Wardens Karnow and Miller monitor the opening of bear season to find a group with a long history of bear hunting. Biologist Klip attempts to correct the behaviour of a bear that has been rummaging through dumpsters, and Stoots' game warden hands are tied when he makes a regular traffic stop.
Wild Justice: Undercover
Warden Boyd goes undercover to track down a poacher with a warrant. Lt. Nores and an elite team take to the woods to bust an illegal grow, and Kyle Kroll gets a disturbing call about a mountain lion.
Wild Justice: Undercover Cat
Warden Josh Zulliger goes on a mission with the Coast Guard off the coast of Humboldt, California. Zulliger finds a crab fisherman who doesn't have current registration for his boat, and issues the man a citation. Meanwhile, the Coast Guard helicopter spots a large oil spill further down the coast near another fishing boat. Zulliger and the Coast Guard board the boat and the captain finally admits to the crime. Warden Art Golden has discovered someone illegally offering an African genet for sale. After conducting an undercover sting, Golden rescues the animal. Warden Steve Ulrich stops a man illegally taking firewood in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. When Ulrich checks the man's identity, he learns there is a felony warrant out for the man's arrest on drug charges. Warden Brian Boyd finds evidence of deer poaching and after receiving a tip, tracks one of the poachers down and confronts him.
Wild Lab: Shark Test
What would it be like to see a shark attack a seal from the sharks perspective? Follow a team of engineers and shark experts as they attempt to capture the near impossible footage of a sharks-eye-view attack. Travel to False Bay, South Africa, where great white sharks put on spectacular acrobatic displays as they attack seals. If all goes as planned, the filmmakers hope to attach a Crittercam to a sharks dorsal fin, track its positioning and capture an extraordinary moment of predation.
Wild Mississippi: Deep Freeze
Nat Geo WILD travels to the starting point of the mighty Mississippi River — Lake Itasca in Minnesota, where the 2,350-mile journey to the Gulf of Mexico begins. Harsh cannot begin to describe the winter in this region, where temperatures reach 33° below zero. Survival strategies are as numerous as the creatures that live here, such as beavers, bobcats and gray wolves.
Wild Mississippi: Delta Blues
Our romance with the Mississippi River heats up as we head south. The river joins with an even more flooded Ohio River to form a union of destruction that challenges man and wildlife. The water rises at a rate of two inches every hour. Those creatures that can flee, do as fast as they can. Wide waters force turtles to look beyond their normal sandy nesting grounds for places to lay their eggs, which become vulnerable to predators.
Wild Mississippi: Raging Waters
The Mississippi River reached extreme low temperatures, causing an unprecedented deep freeze. Now, spring is in bloom, with all the snow and ice from across the watershed melting, triggering a massive flood of biblical proportions. We'll see how the inhabitants adjust and fight to survive.
Wild Nights: Miami
NGC takes a trip to the backstreets of Miami, Mireya's hometown, where the critters crawl from glamorous South Beach to neighborhood sandy beaches. She jumps in with bull sharks, engages an alligator twice her weight and straddles a giant sea turtle. For a change of pace, she turns her attention to an unusual urban menace - hordes of chickens running amok. Finally, she tracks down a Burmese python, an invasive and formidable snake that has established itself in the Everglades.
Wild Nights: New Orleans
Mireya Mayor journies to the "Big Easy" on a treasure hunt to find as much urban wildlife as possible. Her main objective is to track down an unexpected urban invader - feral hogs. NGC follows her on a late-night escapade as she discovers mammoth colonies of invasive termites threatening the city's landmarks and explores a cemetery, where she discovers wildlife between the tombs. Finally, she has a close encounter with a large feral hog in a residential neighborhood.
Wild Nights: Rio
Mireya travels to Rio de Janeiro, a city of more than 11 million people that sits on the edge of one of the world's largest forests. In her search, Mireya catches a boa constrictor by hand and is astonished to find giant African snails that can grow to 8 inches in length living just off the city streets. She later witnesses a face-off between the world's largest rodent, the giant capybara, and a caiman crocodile. Mireya's odyssey continues with a break to climb to Rio's famous Cristo statue.
Wild Scene Investigation: Attic Demons
Residents in Raleigh, N.C., are perplexed by constant thumps and bumps coming from their roofs and ceilings. After a local pest controller is stumped, Lorne, Suzanne and Dan are called in to investigate. At first, they painstakingly set up camera traps near a small gap in some roof tiles, expecting immediate results. That's when the team discovers that the culprit is something else: a common, but elusive animal that soars through the air.
Wild Scene Investigation: Crooks in the Canyon
Deep in a Southern California canyon, there's a puzzle to be solved. Apparently, jewelry, dog combs, baking trays, socks and other random items are being stolen from area homes. The Wild Scene Investigation team heads straight to a neighborhood eatery to chat with the locals and discovers that these thefts are a growing problem. It takes everyone working together, a metal detector and a number of camera traps, but in the end their efforts pay off. It's not at all what anyone suspects.
Wild Scene Investigation: Dog Snatcher
Lost-dog posters adorn the lampposts in an upscale neighborhood of Chicago, where dozens of dogs have suddenly gone missing. The Wild Scene Investigation team sets out to restore peace for the residents suffering from fears of a dognapper. After doing serious research and speaking with neighbors, the team tries to narrow down what creature could be capable of taking the domestic dogs—coyotes, great horned owls or something other than an animal?
Wild Scene Investigation: Ghost on the Green
A mysterious animal, capable of digging over 200 holes in the midst of the night, has caused extensive destruction to Lilley Brook Golf Club in Southern England. The future of the golf course is now in the hands of our Wild Scene Investigation team: Lorne, Suzanne, and Dan.
Wild Scene Investigation: Goat Sucking Ghoul
The Wild Scene Investigation team is summoned to Texas, where they are confronted with stories of a bizarre, blue-eyed, hairless dog. Some think it's nothing more than a mangy coyote, others fear it's the chupacabra—a mythical creature said to drink the blood of livestock—but it's up to the WSI team to get the real answers. They're able to lure the animal to a watering hole. The results of the investigation are revealed at a true Texas barbecue, and everyone is quite surprised.
Wild Scene Investigation: Haunted Forest
Are the ghosts of shipwrecked sailors haunting the coastal forests of the British Isles? The WSI team is ready to investigate. Armed with camera traps and a “ghost box” used for communicating with ghosts via radio frequency, they enter the spooky forest to find out if Britain is being haunted by spirits … or just mischievous animals. And while staking out the scene in the middle of the night, the team plays a practical joke to frighten one of its members.
Wild Scene Investigation: Killer Cat Thief
Domestic cats are going missing in Vermont, and the locals are all pointing the finger of blame at one wild animal, but with little to support their accusations, who or what is really the culprit? In the sleepy town of Jericho the word "fisher" is on every cat owner's lips. The townsfolk are convinced that this member of the weasel family renowned for its speed, agility and remarkable hunting skills is the hunter taking their cats. Many claim they have heard it screaming at night, yet few ha
Wild Scene Investigation: Monster of the Manor
For decades there have been reports of big cats wildly roaming the country side and terrifying locals in the woods of England, but hard evidence has yet to prove it. Now, WSI's expert team made up of Lorne, Suzanne, and Dan head to Iford Manor— a hotspot for sightings of the unexplained creature. The team's challenge is to catch the infamous animal on camera.
Wild Side of Cats
Why do cats scratch your furniture? Insist on climbing up curtains and sitting on top of the bookshelf? A team of cat experts come together to answer the questions that plague cat owners everywhere. State-of-the-art "cat cams" reveal exactly where a handful of specially selected cats go when they leave the house. Join us as we learn why the kitty on your couch is a versatile and adaptable creature, but not so far removed from the prowling cats of the Kalahari.
Wild Spaces: Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park
Just 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, Denali National Park in Alaska is home to the tallest mountain in North America and covers an incredible 6 million acres of wilderness. Grizzlies, wolves and moose roam this terrain, but it is its altitude that defines which wild conditions - and creatures - dominate. Join NGC to experience unique landscapes full of hidden wonders and witness epic struggles for survival during the harsh winters.
Wild Wives of Africa: Do or Die
Mothers on the savannah have a lot to handle, especially Victoria the cheetah, who has four young cubs. Female cheetahs are solitary cats, and they raise their offspring without the help of a male. Victoria must protect and provide for her young while simultaneously teaching them how to hunt and fend for themselves. Lions, on the other hand, live in prides. See the social dynamic evolve when Lauren the lioness forms a pride with her sister and two male lions.
Wild Wives of Africa: Family Feud
This week on Wild Wives of Savannah Lane... While hunting, Lauren the lioness was badly wounded. Will she be able to count on the clan she has done so much for? And then, with the arrival of new neighbors, rivals must rub elbows. Here, like anywhere, there's no such thing as good or bad neighbors. There's just a total lack of privacy. Clearly, cohabitating is a subtle art. What will become of the folks on Savannah Lane?
Wild Wives of Africa: Killer Queen
Nat Geo WILD follows the Wild Wives of Africa as they hunt for food by any means necessary. Delve into the world of these Killer Queens to find out -- is there one female best-equipped to confront the ruthlessness of life on the savannah? Laura the lioness has to hunt to feed herself and her family. Victoria the cheetah is better at hunting, but unfortunately, her catch is often stolen. Esther the female elephant, needs more than two hundred kilos of food per day, how does she get it?
Wild Wives of Africa: The Enemy Within
It's always wise to keep an eye on one's neighbors on Savannah Lane, and oftentimes, one must be wary of one's own species. Especially during a heat wave, when tempers heat up and there's no room left to accommodate new arrivals, and strangers. On the savannah, the perpetrator of little murders is often part of the family!
Wild Wives of Africa: The Mating Game
Something other than the smell of fresh hippo dung lingers in the air over the African savannah - could it be love? Nat Geo WILD gets an intimate glimpse at mating season with the Wild Wives of Africa. Watch as Cathy the hippo is wooed by a male, and see the hippos' private mating dance. Josie the baboon doesn't care much for privacy, just so long as she finds a mate.
Wild Wives of Africa: Young & Restless
Being a mother is an art in itself, and requires unending devotion, patience and enduring long weeks of sacrifice. Victoria bravely raises her four baby cheetahs alone. As for Lauren, she and her sisters struggle to raise two young lion cubs without the help of pride males. Their amphibious neighbor, Cathy trudges back to her group of bitter and battling hippopotamuses and overcrowded conditions to raise her son. Everyone is exhausted. And at some point all these mothers have to separate from their sons or daughters so the young ones can make their own way in the world. But for this new generation, times look tough. On Savannah Lane, available territories are rare, especially when an invasion is in the works.
Wild on Tape
They're wild and ready for prime time: animals captured on tape in rare and often spontaneous situations. We'll travel the globe to get the stories behind the videos and meet experts who offer insights into the unique animal behaviors. When a toddler fell into the gorilla habitat at a Chicago zoo, a gorilla picked him up, shielded him from other gorillas, cradled him and then gently set him down to be retrieved by zoo officials.
Will Work For Nuts: Goldfish Soccer
Three experts get down and dirty to capture elusive creatures on camera. From "charming" worms out of their hiding places to stalking deer from the treetops, they'll employ a variety of nutty techniques to outsmart and outmaneuver even the most stubborn of species. Watch as they use a cell phone camera to document a bird not much larger than a Ping-Pong ball, and witness the construction of a mannequin used to fool a bad-breathed badger.
Winged Seduction: Birds of Paradise
They have the campiest costumes and the craziest mating game in the feathered kingdom. No other birds on earth go about the business of breeding quite like New Guinea's birds of paradise. Here in the sweaty, vine-tied jungle, the male birds' intricately choreographed hops, shakes, flaps and flutters send females quivering.
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Wonder of Dogs
In this three part series, we will chart the remarkable journey of the domestic dog from one common ancestor to 210 breeds we see in Britain today. Along the way we’ll unearth the extraordinary stories behind some of the world’s most iconic breeds and discover that hidden in their DNA are reflections of our own human history.
World Wild Web: Daredevils
Dangerous and daring zoo babies discover survival tactics through a wild ride of growth. Follow the bat-eared fox, markhor goat, tiger, leopard, kangaroo and wildebeest as they introduce us to their family, habitat, lifestyle and appetite, and watch as they discover unique characteristics about their own upbringing.
World Wild Web: OMG WHAT?
The Internet...just one click and you've got access to everything in the entire world...including weird and wacky animal videos. Forget the boring book reports. We've got the best facts to put your brain to the test. It will leave you shocked...horrified...and amused. But best of all, you'll finally be a hit at parties!
World Wild Web: Serengeti Survivors
Survival in the East African wild isn't for the weak, but these animals stand a chance with their amazing adaptations. In this episode, you'll learn why the giraffes have spots, how smart the elephants are, and a disgusting trick the hippo has to scare off aggressors. With an added touch of comedy, you'll see what it's really like to live in the wild and how these animals have adapted to their surroundings.
World Wild Web: The X Factor
Follow some of the most playful and adventurous zoo babies as they experience the wild ride of survival. Meet the gibbon, koala, lion, anteater and red river hog as they introduce us to their family, habitat, lifestyle and appetite, and watch as they discover unique characteristics about their own upbringing.
World Wild Web: Weird, Wild & Wacky
The internet. Just one click and the world's at your fingertips. But what is it really good for? Wild, wacky animal videos! And we've got the absolute best to put your brain to the test. You'll be shocked, horrified, and amused. But best of all, you'll finally be a hit at parties
World's Deadliest
World’s Deadliest Predators is a new series that looks at most riveting moments of animal predation, breaking down the struggle for survival and supremacy into five action-packed episodes. Top Hunters focuses on the most feared animals in their class: animals at the top of their food chain; the hunters who are prey to no other animal. Killer Packs illustrates when predators multiply their advantage over prey by banding with others of their species to hunt. Lethal Weapons shows that the physical attributes and built-in concealed weapons have the ability to make an animal a top predator. Our Superpowers episode focuses on the animals that see, hear, and smell better than any others…and that relative to their size on are the fastest and strongest creatures on the planet. And whether it is over food, territory or sex, animals go to war within their species and against other species…Battles dissects these conflicts, from the strategy to the play-by-play. These five episodes bring together dozens of species, which are extraordinary, savage, and the World’s Deadliest Predators.
World's Deadliest Snakes
Even though some are pretty to look at, these 20+ slitherers can all make you drop dead in a matter of minutes. World's Deadliest Snakes takes a look at some of the most extreme snakes around the world, highlighting their capabilities, the secrets to their successes, and their many guises. We'll get to see how they attack their prey, and why they are the "ultimate survivors."
World's Smallest Pets
Pets come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, the smaller they are, the stranger they get. From a pint-sized squealer to a pair of naked cats to some spikey critters the size of a tea cup -- get ready to meet some of the World's Smallest Pets.
World's Weirdest
A buffalo with three eyes, an exterminator who eats his day’s work, an elephant rampage through a restaurant…all very bizarre, all very real. These shocking and strange animal “viral” moments only found on World’s Weirdest. Each one-hour episode explores the most bizarre in the animal kingdom. Freaky Feasts wets our appetite for the weirdest animal meals ever. Oddities is a showcase for the most unusual animals. Sneak Attacks features the most shocking animal encounters ever. And let's spread a little shame on those animals that throw the rules away on Animals Behaving Badly. 
World's Weirdest: Animal Apocalypse
Mass animal deaths are occurring across the globe. Should we all be freaking out about the end of the world? Or are there logical explanations? World's Weirdest: Animal Apocalypse features the puzzling cases of animals behaving bizarrely: millions of mice overtaking farms and buildings, hundreds of whales beaching on a shore, thousands of blackbirds suddenly raining from the sky and frogs spontaneously exploding.
World's Weirdest: Animal Einsteins
In the battle for survival, brawn isn't always enough to keep you alive. Animals have learned to use their brains to solve the eternal problems of getting food, finding shelter and protecting family. From whales that create bubble walls to catch their fish, to dolphins that work with humans to catch their dinner, to prairie dogs that speak their own language. These brainiacs will have you cowering behind the sofa as they flaunt their intelligence and apply logic to fulfill instinctual needs.
World's Weirdest: Bizarre Babies
The early days for any species are precarious. Nat Geo WILD reveals the World's Weirdest methods employed by mothers and their offspring to sidestep and outwit their predators. Stealth, cunning, disguise, poison -- no trick is too low down or too dirty for parents who want to make sure their babies get a head start over their hungry foes. And marvel in the wealth of evolutionary adaptations that give these newborns a chance to flourish. It's life but not as you might know it.
World's Weirdest: Creepy Cures
If it creeps, crawls, buzzes or sheds its exoskeleton, there's a chance it could cure an illness that's stumping modern medicine. Parasitic worms, flesh-eating maggots, blood-sucking leeches and skin-nibbling fish -- man runs from these creatures and often tries to eradicate them. But scientists and MDs are finding out just how much we need these creepy-crawlers to stay healthy. We explore the healing properties of the animals many think are disgusting, but sometimes turn out to be lifesavers.
World's Weirdest: Extremities
Billions of years of evolution and more than 1 million species of animal have created very weird world and some very bizarre body parts. From sex-crazed slugs to Kung Fu crustaceans, from blood-firing lizards to zombie snails, we journey from the ocean depths to deserts and tropical rainforests to reveal that for some creatures, the truth really is stranger than fiction. We showcase some of the strangest, most shocking animal appendages on the planet, and uncover their evolutionary advantages.
World's Weirdest: Friends with Benefits
On the frozen wastes of Antarctica, a mother-to-be Adélie penguin sells her body for stones. In deepest, darkest Africa, chimpanzees trade meat for sex. In Canada, a post-hibernation gathering of garter snakes becomes a frenzied orgy. A redback spider eats her partner alive while they're still mating. Are these animals behaving badly? Or is the drive to reproduce so fundamental in the animal kingdom, that "anything goes"? Meet the world's weirdest friends with benefits.
World's Weirdest: Funny Farms
Nat Geo WILD goes behind closed barn doors to reveal some of the most bizarre farms, farming methods and farmers on the planet. From the unusual to the downright dangerous, it's a rarely seen side of farming. Visit a farm in Utah that is home to spider goats, the world's first mammal/arachnid hybrids. In Thailand, one farmer is using elephants to produce coffee. And visit a leech farm in Wales where the bloodsucking creatures are used for medical science.
World's Weirdest: Happy Hour
Nat Geo WILD explores nature as it gets rolling drunk and spaces out, and delves into the importance, or lack thereof, of intoxication in the animal kingdom. Meet monkeys that binge drink and throw frat parties, elephants that go on drunken rampages through villages and lemurs that get high off millipedes. And when a jaguar's hunting skills may have been enhanced by chewing on psychedelics, scientists question whether or not there are evolutionary benefits to psychoactive compounds.
World's Weirdest: Swingers
High in the frozen Japanese Alps, female snow monkeys engage in same-gender sex. Across the African savannah, "Lion Kings" enjoy intimate male friendships. A pretty seahorse is not just a dad, he's a pregnant dad. And a Mexican whiptail lizard is about to experience a virgin birth. In nature, gender is as flexible as life itself. Meet the World's Weirdest Swingers.
World's Wildest Encounters: Alaskan Grizzlies
Adventurer Andreas Kieling sets out to film rare animals in our world's harshest extremes. We'll dive in with the biggest crocodiles on earth-some able to jump more than 10 feet in the air to snap at prey. Ravenous grizzlies battle for prime hunting ground, while other bears invade a populous city by night. Then, Kieling climbs the isolated Himalayas in search of a notoriously elusive horned beast.
World's Wildest Encounters: Komodo Dragons
Into mountain jungles and remote glacier country, Kieling continues his journey in rugged pursuit of the World's Wildest Encounters. Witness the deadly efficiency of our earth's largest and most dangerous lizard: the Komodo dragon. Just one bite from this prehistoric-looking creature delivers a slow, poisonous death. Remarkable nighttime footage captures an isolated gorilla family tucked away in a volcano range. Then, we'll search Alaska for a legendary glacial bear.
Zombie Alligators
In Lake Griffin,Florida, American alligators, measuring up to 14 feet long and weighing 1,000 lbs, are floating belly up and unable to right themselves. Experts and scientists rush to the scene and make a startling discovery.
Zombie Sea Lions
In 1998, hundreds of California sea lions begin suffering severe seizures. The reason for their distress is a mystery. History reveals other strange incidents in the region. In 1961 thousands of confused seabirds crash into the town of Capitola, inspiring Hitchcock's film, “The Birds.” In 1991, brown pelicans begin falling out of the sky suffering convulsions. Focusing on the mystery of the sea lions, this film investigates if there is a common culprit for the incidences of abnormal animal behavior, and why they all occur on the same stretch of idyllic Californian coastline.
Zoo Confidential: Operation Ocelot
A female ocelot, an endangered species native to Texas, comes down with a mystery illness and needs major surgery when blood is discovered in her urine. Two pairs of lemurs are about to be moved in together, but they are highly territorial so the team must watch closely for signs they will attack each other. And two weeks after his birth, Asian elephant Baylor is allowed out into the yard with the other elephants for the first time, and the team closely watches how the other elephants respond.
Zoo Confidential: Special Delivery
The Houston Zoo makes final preparations for Shanti the Asian elephant's pending delivery. She has a volatile temper and the birth will be fraught with danger. One wrong step and she could trample her newborn. The exhausted staff members guide Shanti and her newborn through the dramatic ordeal. Also in this episode, the zoo vets must decide what to do about a suspected cancerous growth on the leg of a chameleon.
Zoo Confidential: Urban Jungle
Houston Zoo is continually trying to improve the lives of the animals in its care, and is completing construction on a six-acre multimillion-dollar African forest to house some of its star inhabitants. Meanwhile, keepers work to make a Komodo dragon's mealtime more challenging by stuffing a dog toy full of rats for it to chase and "kill."