Pets 101: Rambunctious Roommates
They may be wild or have unusual habits, but these rambunctious animals are not your typical pet. So if you're feeling adventurous, you may want to consider owning a fox, lemur, jennet, or groundhog.
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Corwin's Quest: A Stingray's Kiss
Does a stingray really sting? Jeff learns the painful answer the hard way as he strolls along the beach in this video from Animal Planet.
Monsters Inside Me: Pork Tape Worm
Contracted from infected under cooked pork or infected human feces, the Pork Tapeworm can create cysts in human tissue, sometimes growing in the brain making it impossible to kill.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters Continue to Disappear
The Chesapeake Bay is renowned for its oysters, but it may have to get a new claim to fame. The Bay's oyster population is less than 1% of what it used to be. Learn why this happened and what is being done to bring the shelled-wonders back in this video.
The Ultimate Guide: Bird Evolution Theory
The evolution of birds is still under heavy debate. One theory is that birds are descended from reptiles. On Discovery Channel's "The Ultimate Guide: Birds of Theory," this theory is put to the test with a look at the golden eagle.
Natural Born Winners: Mountain Goats
On Discovery Channel's series, "Natural Born Winners," we learn about mountain goats and their ability to climb and balance on dangerous mountain tops.
A Day in the Hyena Life
From the archives of Discovery: What is life like for a hyena? Learn about a day in the hyena life and more in this video from Discovery.
Global Wolf: Call of the Wild
A zoologist develops a connection with a wild wolf when a chance encounter turns into a howling session. See it in this clip from Animal Planet.
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Deep in the heart of Texas lies the "Rattlesnake Republic," a wild land ruled by one of earth's deadliest predators. This deadly country has become the epicenter of a million dollar industry.
Beast Tracker: Shark Test
Dr. Andrew West wants to see how sharks will react to humans being in open water with them. What better way to do this than jump right on in with the sharks?