BUNNIES THAT ARE BESTIES WITH A LEOPARD;
A DOLPHIN AND A DOG SWIMMING IN HARMONY;
AN ELDERLY ORANGUTAN BEFRIENDING A KITTY
THIS THANKSGIVING WEEKEND, NAT GEO WILD INVITES YOU
TO MEET SOME UNLIKELY ANIMAL FRIENDS –
NATURE’S MOST IMPROBABLE (BUT ADORABLE) BFFs!
Four episodes of Unlikely Animal Friends premiere
Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, from
8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Nat Geo WILD
These days dog insurance is probably more important than it has ever been. In the age of austerity where families struggle to make ends meet if the worst were to…
SOMETIMES THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB IS MAN’S BEST FRIEND
JOIN K-9s ON THE FRONT LINES OF MEDICINE, DISASTER RELIEF AND THE WAR ON TERROR WHEN BLUE-COLLAR DOGS REPORT FOR DUTY ON NAT GEO WILD
Three-Hour Event Premiering Monday, February 21, at 8 PM ET/PT Reveals Dogs’ Extraordinary Work Capabilities in Some of the Most Dangerous and Demanding Environments on Earth
“Pet Food: A Dog’s Breakfast” will premiere on Thursday, February 10th at 10pm and will repeat that evening at 1am.
The documentary will also repeat on Sunday, February 13th at 10pm.
When a major recall rocks the $16 billion dollar pet food business, pet owners and governments take notice. “Pet Food: A Dog’s Breakfast” takes you inside the industry and looks at what caused 50,000 pets to fall seriously ill in North America. “Pet Food” shows you what is being done to regulate what our dogs and cats eat and tries to answer the ultimate question, is your pet’s food safe?
(Washington, D.C. – December 22, 2010) Yankees and Red Sox. Leno and Conan. Rosie and Donald Trump. While some rivals may never get along, life occasionally throws us for a loop and unlikely species form amicable bonds. In the animal kingdon. there are some relationships that truly defy the natural order and demonstrate an “evolution” that might astound Darwin himself.
On Friday, January 7, 2010 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the National Geographic Channel celebrates peace in the new year by traveling the world in search of nature’s oddest couples in a gresh installment of Unlikely Animal Friends 2. We’ll take a fun-filled look at the astonishing relationships forged by otherwise rival species and find out how they came to be friends. The stories are rare, amazing…and often adorable!
At a wildlife rehabilitation center outside of Atlanta, Ga., a lion, tiger and even a bear live harmoniously together. The trio of animals were rescued as cubs and raised as brothers. While each has his own dynamic personality and his own set of lethal weapons, the three eat, play and sleep together. The situation doesn’t go without concern. As Craig Saffoe, acting curator of lions and tigers at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, explains, “I wouldn’t advocate sticking a bear in the middle of a group of big cats. However, for these individuals, it certainly seems like the most responsible action for them and their welfare, their quality of life, would be to leave them as the are; they’re bonded.”
(Washington, D.C. – December 22, 2010) From the bizarre to the elusive to the downright deadly, throughout his career herpetologist Dr. Brady Burr has risked life and limb to study some of the fiercest creatures on the planet – but never with technology like this. Armed with new technology, Brady is back with a new season, on a new network, as his Dangerous Encounters take him around the globe in the name of science and conservation.
Moving to Nat Geo WILD beginning Tuesday, January 4 at p p.m. ET/PT, Dangerous Encounters returns with five all-new episodes. Brady gets up close and personal with a monster fish’s lethal snout, puts three of the most aggressive shark species to the test to find out which has the deadliest bite and takes on one of the world’s deadliest snakes using a high-tech robot. And later in the season, Brady captures a massive croc that has terrorized a village in Africa, possibly killing dozens of people, and employs a powerful net gun to capture a two-ton hippo.