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Nat Geo Wild     2 hours ago

Pangolins

Are you anglin' for some pangolin? Get your fix for World Pangolin Day! #WorldPangolinDay
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Nat Geo Wild     22 hours ago

Pixel Fight 3: Sharptooth Catfish v Mugger Crocodile

One grows to be up to 6 feet long, has sharp teeth, and is a skilled hunter, and the other is a crocodile.
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Nat Geo Wild     15.02.2019

Like chess players, these crows can plan several steps ahead

New Caledonian crows can use tools like sticks and stones, in a pre-planned fashion, to accomplish a goal.
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Nat Geo Wild     15.02.2019

Dead By Dawn - A Sinister Host

This Indian Ornamental tarantula has been known to grow larger than a human hand. But don't let that keep you awake at night, because they are also skilled hunters with venom that can immobilize their prey!
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Nat Geo Wild     14.02.2019

Dr. Pol - A New Home for an Old Dog

Dr. Pol's Grand-dog comes in for a visit.
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Nat Geo Wild     14.02.2019

Happy Valentine's Day

Love is all around! Get in the Valentine's Day spirit with some facts about animals that mate for life.
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Nat Geo Wild     14.02.2019

These birds have fleshy ornaments as long as their bodies

Many male birds sport extra skin and flaps to woo females.
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Nat Geo Wild     13.02.2019

Dr. Pol - Gassing Up

What's the lowest you'll let your gas gauge go before filling up?
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Nat Geo Wild     13.02.2019

Veggie-eating shark surprises scientists

It turns out they can also fast for months on end. But why?
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Nat Geo Wild     12.02.2019

By eavesdropping underwater, scientists hope to capture this endangered frog's song

Scientists attempt to record a never-before-heard frog mating call, and what results is a delightful portrait of the process of scientific discovery and an inspiring example of the power of sound as a tool for...
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