The Masters of Mayhem Come Out to Play on Tonight’s Animals Gone Wild

Every week, we’re putting the best of the best animal videos against each other in an all out battle.  Now, it’s time for you to weigh in and tell us who YOU PICK as your favorite.  From a snatch-and-grab primate to deer and dog chase to a beer loving crab. Can you guess which of these tenacious animals we are going to feature in tonight’s episode?  Let us know below and tune in tonight at 9/8c to see the result!

Also on tonight’s episode, a territorial magpie has become notorious for attacking pedestrians and cyclists on an Australian street.  But when a radio host tries to outwit the dive-bombing bird and puts herself in the line of fire, who will win out?

Then, an unexpected aerial assault overcomes a herd of impala, when a cheetah drops in from a tree limb above.  Is the element of surprise enough to catch this wily cheetah a meal?

Next we see two animal battles.  First up, two kangaroos duke it out for dominance in the middle of a suburban block.  Who will land the knockout punch…or kick?  Then, we see a dead-even match between two giants, a white rhino takes on a buffalo, and neither one is backing down.  How will this literal head-to-head battle end?

Finally, a veteran escape-artist is at it again, and this time he’s caught on tape.  One orangutan has outwitted his zookeepers again and again, and this time, he’s using everything he’s got to breach his enclosure.

From macho street brawls and unrelenting aggressors, to out of control collisions and cunning animal escapes – all these and more are on this episode of Animals Gone Wild, tonight 9/8c.

Comments

  1. Audrey Briggs
    Astoria IL
    June 16, 2015, 12:05 am

    I absolutely love animals and I would do anything just to have them all. National Geographic Channel has helped me learn more about them. I enjoy watching Animals Gone Wild. It is funny and interesting. I love this channel a lot!

  2. Yasmin
    June 16, 2015, 9:07 am

    It is a leopard that leaps out of the tree, not a cheetah. 🙂