The Surprising Reason Tiny Lemurs 'Grow' Their Own Gardens loading...
The Surprising Reason Tiny Lemurs 'Grow' Their Own Gardens
The primates, native to Madagascar, create groves of fruit-bearing plants that benefit them in several ways, a new study says.
Only Two Known Mammals Like Spicy Food loading...
Only Two Known Mammals Like Spicy Food
One is the human and the other, says a new study, is the tree shrew.
Fishing May Be Making Fish Less Sociable, More Aggressive loading...
Fishing May Be Making Fish Less Sociable, More Aggressive
By removing animals with certain personality traits, angling could have unforeseen effects on fish populations.
6 Amazing Sharks You've Never Heard Of loading...
6 Amazing Sharks You've Never Heard Of
From tiny plant-eaters to huge Arctic dwellers, these sharks are far more fascinating than fearsome.
How the Ultimate Shark Photo Went Viral loading...
How the Ultimate Shark Photo Went Viral
A photographer takes a photo that launches his career—and then takes on a life of its own.
Is It Possible to Smell Weakness? Lemurs Can. loading...
Is It Possible to Smell Weakness? Lemurs Can.
An injured ring-tailed lemur’s personal scent plummets, and others can use that as a signal to swoop in on mates or territory.
About the Show

No place on Earth is like Yellowstone – an extraordinary world of fire and ice atop America’s largest volcano. In summer, it’s a wildlife paradise and a time of plenty for grizzly bears, wolves and hundreds of other animals. In winter, it forces them into a struggle for survival. Not all will make it. Situated above the rocky mountains, this extreme wilderness always tests its wildlife. To succeed, every creature has its own survival strategy.

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