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Orcas Slap, Kill, But Don't Eat Their Prey
It’s impossible to tell why the whales didn’t eat their prey, one expert says, but here are a few suggestions.
Ancient Royal Tomb Yields Strange New Ape Species loading...
Ancient Royal Tomb Yields Strange New Ape Species
The toothy creature provides rare evidence of early human-caused extinctions.
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Den of Mountain Lion Kittens Found in Unlikely Place
National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four cougar kittens near California’s Simi Hills, an area surrounded by highways.
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UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Drops Monkey Circus
At Vietnam’s Can Gio reserve, monkeys performed tricks in subpar conditions. The circus has left—but the monkeys remain in possession of the corporation.
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The Deaths of 13 Bald Eagles May Have Been a Criminal Act
Wildlife authorities are investigating a mysterious mass death on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
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Conversations With a Gorilla
Koko the gorilla changed what we know about our closest relatives—and our October 1978 cover story explains why.
About the Show

Wrestling a saltwater crocodile, wrangling a deadly Taipan and milking a Funnel-web spider. It’s all in a morning work for Aussie wildlife expert Tim Faulkner. That still leaves time in this passionate conservationist's day to release a blue-tongued lizard, tag a wild platypus and save the Tasmanian Devil from extinction.

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