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This Small Island Nation Makes a Big Case For Protecting Our Oceans
Two years ago, Palau created one of the largest marine reserves on the planet—and it's paying off.
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Enormous Fish Make One of the World’s Largest Migrations
Billions of fish make an annual trek through the rivers of Southeast Asia, supporting millions of people. Yet scientists still don’t know much about them.
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Can the Amazon of Southeast Asia Be Saved?
The Mekong River Basin supports millions of people and some of the world’s richest biodiversity, but it must overcome many threats.
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One of the World's Weirdest Fish
What in the world is a hagfish?
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See Award-Winning Underwater Photos From Around the World
These 13 photos were among those recognized by the Underwater Photographer of the Year contest, which showcases the best in underwater photography.
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World's 7 Most Romantic Animals
For Valentine's Day, we have a collection of remarkable videos celebrating love in the natural world.
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One Fish Frozen While Eating Another—A Rare Discovery
Two brothers set out to videotape their rare find from an ice fishing trip, which has gone viral.
About the Show

Every Alaskan summer, more than 400 fishing boats and their relentless captains race into Cook Inlet seeking wild Alaskan salmon. In just a few short weeks, these intrepid fishermen must make their entire yearly wage while facing tremendous tides, 30-hour work days, mechanical breakdowns and unpredictable weather. Can they reel in a share of the $65 million dollars of salmon up for grabs?

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