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Current Shows

  • A Penguin?s Life
  • A Penguin’s Life
  • A Wild Dog?s Tale
  • A Wild Dog’s Tale
  • Alaska Fish Wars
  • Alpha Dogs
  • America the Wild with Casey Anderson
  • Animal Fight Night
  • Animal Storm Squad
  • Attack of the Big Cats
  • Australia's Deadliest
  • Betty White Goes Wild!
  • Built for the Kill
  • Caught in the Act
  • Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack
  • Cesar Millan: Doggie Nightmares
  • Cheetah: Fatal Instinct
  • Cougar v. Wolf
  • Croc Invasion
  • Dead or Alive
  • Fight For Life
  • Fishtank Kings
  • Game of Lions
  • Geo Bee
  • Hummingbirds
  • Jobs That Bite!
  • Killer Queen
  • Lion Army: Battle to Survive
  • Lions
  • Man v Monster
  • Man v. Cheetah
  • Monster Fish: Off The Hook!
  • Mustang Millionaire
  • Nat Geo Wild Kids
  • National Geographic Wild Special
  • One Life
  • Outback Wrangler
  • Pet Talk
  • Sloth Bear
  • Spoiled Rotten Pets
  • Stranger Than Nature
  • Super Cat
  • Swamp Lions
  • The Ark
  • The Croc Catchers
  • The Incredible Dr. Pol
  • The Last Lions
  • The Monster Project
  • The Phantom Cat
  • The Wild West
  • Tiger Dynasty
  • Ultimate Animal Countdown
  • When Sharks Attack
  • Wild China
  • Wild Justice
  • Wild Safari Live
  • Wild Sri Lanka
  • Wild Thailand
  • Wild Yellowstone
  • Winged Seduction
  • World's Deadliest
  • World's Weirdest

  • Latest Tweets


    9/28 @ 4:00 PM
    natgeowild - Find out what's plaguing these endangered sea turtles now on #AnimalER. https://t.co/K71Ua8wi26
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    9/28 @ 3:00 PM
    natgeowild - The first edition of #NatGeoWild magazine has hit US newsstands — and it's all about the animals in our homes and h… https://t.co/jKYCzCr9I8
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    9/28 @ 1:00 PM
    natgeowild - While they're also known as "killer whales", orcas are actually the largest member of the dolphin family.… https://t.co/s7LnGLiB0R
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    9/28 @ 11:00 AM
    natgeowild - Despite their size, humpback whales feed on tiny creatures such as krill, plankton and small fish.… https://t.co/cM10ohQTnM
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    9/28 @ 9:00 AM
    natgeowild - Humpbacks are some of the most vocal whales, with males singing a mixture of sounds for up to 15 minutes:… https://t.co/x1XrkAcCDZ
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    9/28 @ 7:00 AM
    natgeowild - After being attacked by fire ants, this mother roach did something incredible. {Warning: Graphic content} https://t.co/s9yovYymVs
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    9/28 @ 5:00 AM
    natgeowild - Can you hold your breath as long as a humpback whale? Watch new #wild_life: https://t.co/snCGG78tab https://t.co/QVUUMkIjBU
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    9/27 @ 4:00 PM
    natgeowild - It's not a bird, it's not a plane, it's #SuperSquirrel - starting now! https://t.co/shHDseFaFq
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    9/27 @ 3:00 PM
    natgeowild - With over 200 species, squirrels live almost everywhere humans do - with the exception of Australia! #SuperSquirrel… https://t.co/FtB26uFzjt
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    9/27 @ 1:01 PM
    natgeowild - Flying squirrels use wing-like flaps of skin connecting their limbs and body to gracefully glide through the air… https://t.co/14DQul865F
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    9/27 @ 11:44 AM
    natgeowild - Flying squirrels can glide over 150 feet in one leap! #SuperSquirrel 8/7c https://t.co/1KntHKp1H0
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    9/27 @ 9:47 AM
    natgeowild - How far can this flying squirrel glide? Find out for yourself: https://t.co/b9JVsD5gZv #SuperSquirrel 8/7c https://t.co/Szw6F092q7
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    9/27 @ 7:02 AM
    natgeowild - Where you’re stung by an insect can matter as much as what stings you. https://t.co/OtkUPQRbYd
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    9/27 @ 5:00 AM
    natgeowild - This jellyfish eats and poops through the same hole — which is as scientifically significant as it is disturbing.… https://t.co/AvoEYGpNmL
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    9/26 @ 6:01 PM
    natgeowild - During a period called musth, elephants are flooded with testosterone and become highly aggressive. https://t.co/y1oYZn7TIj
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    9/26 @ 5:56 PM
    natgeowild - Time for a face off! Are you Team Donkey or Team Elephant? #Debates2016
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    9/26 @ 5:54 PM
    natgeowild - Time for an animal face off! Are you Team Donkey or Team Elephant?
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    9/26 @ 5:01 PM
    natgeowild - Donkeys are social creatures that find safety in numbers when traveling through the wild. https://t.co/8gCZQcQTJF
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    9/26 @ 4:01 PM
    natgeowild - Full grown elephants are voracious eaters, and can eat up to 300 lbs of food in one day. https://t.co/UIJKkWiTjL
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    9/26 @ 3:01 PM
    natgeowild - Donkeys are highly adaptable animals that can live almost anywhere, but they tend to prefer warm, dry climates. https://t.co/a6S2kDn6Bi
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