South Africa to Export 1,500 Lion Skeletons Per Year—Legally loading...
South Africa to Export 1,500 Lion Skeletons Per Year—Legally
South Africa has nearly doubled the amount of lion bones that can leave the country, in a move many say could encourage illegal trade.
Here's What's It's Like To Be Inside a Wildfire loading...
Here's What's It's Like To Be Inside a Wildfire
Fires like the ones in California spread far and fast. An expert's best advice: evacuate when you're told.
What Do Wild Animals Do in Wildfires? loading...
What Do Wild Animals Do in Wildfires?
When big blazes spark and spread, some species escape, some perish—and some even thrive.
Watch Musk Ox Battle One of the Harshest Climates on the Planet loading...
Watch Musk Ox Battle One of the Harshest Climates on the Planet
Watch Musk Ox Battle One of the Harshest Climates on the Planet
Should You Let a Shrimp Clean Your Teeth? loading...
Should You Let a Shrimp Clean Your Teeth?
Cleaner shrimp remove detritus from the skin and even the mouths of fish. But they're up for helping out humans as well.
Surprising Journey Reveals Dark Side of the Amazon loading...
Surprising Journey Reveals Dark Side of the Amazon
A quest to find his birth parents led Chris Feliciano Arnold on an eye-opening exploration of the Amazon rain forest’s underbelly.
In Villages That Relied on Illegal Logging, This Man Is Pushing for Change loading...
In Villages That Relied on Illegal Logging, This Man Is Pushing for Change
The key to stop poaching and logging in protected lands? Offer real solutions for local communities.
Only One-Eighth of the Ocean is Free of Human Impact loading...
Only One-Eighth of the Ocean is Free of Human Impact
Thirteen percent of the world’s oceans is considered marine wilderness—crucial areas of water mostly undisturbed by humans where biodiversity is able to flourish.
What Will Make Us Care Enough to Save Endangered Species? loading...
What Will Make Us Care Enough to Save Endangered Species?
A photographer and a scientist hope that evocative photos will ignite a passion for protecting threatened animals.
Starving-Polar-Bear Photographer Recalls What Went Wrong loading...
Starving-Polar-Bear Photographer Recalls What Went Wrong
One year later, Cristina Mittermeier explains what she and her team were trying to accomplish with that gut-wrenching image.
This Secret Skill Helps Lizards Survive Hurricanes loading...
This Secret Skill Helps Lizards Survive Hurricanes
Six weeks after two hurricanes swept through the Atlantic, researchers returned to a cluster of Caribbean islands to figure out how the remaining lizards survived.
How Do You Study Endangered Whales? Collect Their Snot loading...
How Do You Study Endangered Whales? Collect Their Snot
A new technique allows scientists to accurately measure hormone levels in whales using only their breath.
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Using first- hand accounts from fire fighters and survivors, this compelling 2 part documentary series delves into the devastating fury of Australian bushfires and the astounding technology that is helping to predict, prevent and fight these violent natural disasters.

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