About The Show

This amazing new series showcases the strangest, freakiest, weirdest, and just plain "out of this world" behaviors in the animal kingdom. From animals that develop their babies in their mothers back skin; to strange adaptations that enable creatures to survive in extreme environments; to alien-looking body parts and camouflage, this series will cover it all. 

How Protecting Animals Led to Allegations of Torture and Rape loading...
How Protecting Animals Led to Allegations of Torture and Rape
Recent human rights abuses in Tanzania's fight to stop wildlife poaching call into question whether drastic new measures will be above board.
Dolphins Recorded Having a ‘Conversation?’ Not So Fast. loading...
Dolphins Recorded Having a ‘Conversation?’ Not So Fast.
A researcher in Russia claims to have evidence that dolphins can use words and sentences, but marine mammal experts remain unconvinced.
Venomous Animals Kill in Horrible Ways—And Also Cure loading...
Venomous Animals Kill in Horrible Ways—And Also Cure
Vipers will make your flesh melt, Lonomia caterpillars will make you bleed, but Gila monster venom could treat diabetes.
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This Dinosaur Wore Camouflage
A beautifully colored dinosaur fossil is the first to show evidence of countershading, a type of camouflage.
"ALBINO" SPIDER FOUND IN AUSTRALIA loading...
"ALBINO" SPIDER FOUND IN AUSTRALIA
"I nearly fell over when I saw its white head," expert says.
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This Fossil Is A Bug Inside A Lizard Inside A Snake!
Forty-eight million years ago, a snake ate a lizard with a bug in its belly, and all three fossilized—capturing an ancient food chain.
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Jurassic ‘Sea Monster’ Emerges From Scottish Loch
The fossil beast from the Isle of Skye is the most complete skeleton of an ichthyosaur yet found in Scotland.

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