National Geographic Animals Videos
Wolverine Research Isn’t Pretty
Conservation scientist Gregg Treinish treks through the subzero Mongolian winter to collect...
Rare Ghost Monkeys Filmed in Colombia
Rare ghost monkeys are captured on camera, for what might be the first time, in Colombia's...
Utah Bears End Hibernation Early
Warm weather in southeastern Utah drew hibernating bears out of their dens too early.
Bat Man of Borneo
Braving guano, urine, and infectious diseases is all in a day's work for bat ecologist Donald...
Divers Search for Tiny Animals in Iceland’s Fissures
Freshwater biologist and cave diver Jónína Ólafsdóttir explores Iceland's frigid fissures in...
Whales Surprise Baja Paddlers
In the remote waters off Mexico's Baja Peninsula, explorers Justin DeShields and Bryan Morales...
Harsh Reality of Saving Endangered Ferrets
Endangered black-footed ferrets that were born and raised in captivity must learn to hunt before...
We Put a Camera On a Manatee’s Peduncle
National Geographic Crittercam researcher Kyler Abernathy explains why the manatee has been the...
Rocky Mountain Bugling Elk
The eerie sound echoing through Rocky Mountain National Park is the call of a bugling elk, which...
Bedbugs!
Don't doze off just yet. Maybe they should be called bed blood bugs — an army of these can attack...
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