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The Thomas Family As animal lovers, George and Marri Thomas have always had a home full of pets. After enduring about six months without a canine companion, Marri decided it was time for another dog. However, not long after Tasi’s adoption their black German Shepherd named Tasi, she turned from loving companion to over-protective tyrant. Learn more…

Tonight on Cesar 911 two new cases test Cesar Milan’s instincts on rehabilitating dogs and training people. The Jackson Family  First, meet Karen and her dog named Toby. Toby was originally adopted to act as a stress-therapy dog for Karen’s son Tristan. However, Toby’s been casing an incredible amount of trouble in neighborhood, acting out by…

Cesar Millan takes on an aggressive German shepherd whose owner, Ron, has been banned from his family functions due to his dog’s unpredictable behavior. Next, Cesar meets with a couple, Emily and Jay, whose toy dogs could get them evicted from their pet-friendly apartment complex on Cesar 911.  Case File: Savannah Ron has always been very involved with his large…

Tonight, on Cesar 911 Cesar Millan is back in his element, rehabilitating a whole new cast of dogs and training their owners.  Emotions are higher than ever this seasons as some of these cases reach their breaking point. Cesar, summoned by a whistle-blower in the community, must come to the aid of these dog owners. If they can’t…

An all-new season of Cesar 911 premieres this Friday, February 27th and we’re SOOOO PUMPED! To celebrate, we’re throwing around some ideas for a Premiere Pooch Party! Not to brag… But we’ve come up with some great recipes for you and your pup and games that will have everyone playing along with the episode.   No…

Tired of not having enough control over your cable? Have you ever wanted to choose the programming you watch on TV? Well, now you can! Nat Geo WILD is letting you pick your entire evening of Wednesday night prime-time programming for the month of February—because let’s face it—we could all use a Wednesday-night pick-me-up! So cast your…

In tonight’s episode of Eric Greenspan is Hungry: Arkansas Buffalo, Eric and Mauzner discover a piece of Arkansas that is restoring something completely American: the buffalo. Pulling up to a buffalo farm in Arkansas is like taking a step back in time. You just don’t happen to come across these massive creatures roaming around very much anymore. Buffalo, an animal…

Tonight on Eric Greenspan is Hungry, Eric and Mauzner head down to Breaux Bridge, Louisiana to uncover the self-proclaimed crawfish capitol of the world. Along the way they meet with the locals who steer the out-of-towners in the right direction when it comes to catching and cooking mudbugs. The boys find themselves deep in the…

Alligator gar are perhaps one of the most ancient fish to inhabit US fresh waters. Often referred to as “living fossils” alligator gar have gained their reputation due to the fact that the species has remained relatively unchanged biologically for the past 100 million years. The prehistoric relatives of this snaggle-toothed megafish were found in…

Buckle up, America! Chef Eric Greespan and his co-pilot Captain Mauzner are hitting the pavement, making their way on a great American road trip, documenting their carnivorous quest for the ultimate meat experience. Eric Greenspan is Hungry is a cross-country, off-the-beaten-path adventure, a wild ride that leaves nothing to the imagination. Eric and Mauzner go straight to the…

Last night on Southern Justice “All in the Family,” Deputy Josh “Hoppy” Hopkins allows an up-close and personal look into his family’s own personal battles with prescription drugs. Growing up in an area that suffers from extreme economic and emotional depression with one of the highest suicide rates in the state, Deputy Hopkins rose above the same temptations…

The Kakadu National Park is home to several billabongs. A Billabong is lake or pond left behind by a river that has changed it’s course. Rivers, which are usually compiled of networks of branches, often change their course, leaving behind branches with dead ends. Billabongs are dry for the greater part of the year, but…

Hawaii can make a person feel small in the best way possible. Whether standing on the edge of a massive cliff overlooking a blue ocean or staring into the belly of a volcano, Hawaii is a place like no other and it would be difficult to think of it as anything but paradise. There’s a…

The Churchgate Railway is part of the Mumbai Suburban Railway located in South Mumbai and is the southern most station in the city. The name Churchgate is derived from Church Gate Street which sits on the south end of the railway station. An extremely busy rapid transit station, the Churchgate Railway serves as commuter hub…

Today, 1500 people will die from cancer. They are our brothers, our sisters, our fathers and mothers, our husbands and wives, our best friends, our children, ourselves. It’s a topic that’s difficult to talk about, and even harder to face; but it’s something that’s closer to all of us than we could have ever imagined.…

For tonight’s episode of Going Deep with David Rees, we caught up with arborist Dr. Margaret Lowman, aka Canopy Meg, an amazing lady and one of the world’s foremost experts on trees. Canopy Meg’s tree-top exploration has taken her all over the world and she has discovered some surprising things along the way. She’s a…

Endurance athlete, Simon Mtuy(pictured above), enjoying a run at Kilimanjaro National Park. Kilimanjaro, also known as the ‘Roof of Africa,’ is a vast national park, supporting five primary ecosystems: alpine desert, alpine bogs and sub-alpine moorland, montane forest belt, sub-montane argo-forest, and savannah bush. A unique mountain formation known as a stratovolcano, or composite volcano, Kilimanjaro…

The host of Going Deep with David Rees talks show inspiration, his plans for the future, learnings from the past, and donuts. Here are a few highlights from Monday’s redddit AMA with David Rees. Q: What topic do you most want to tackle for season 2? A: davidreespencil: We have a list of 100 topics.…

This large mausoleum was built by Mughal ruler Shah Jahan as a symbol of enduring love, honoring his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after giving birth to their 14th child. As Mughal legend would have it, it is said that Mumtaz while on her death bed asked Shah to build her a mausoleum…

When setting out on a career path, it’s not so uncommon to end up somewhere completely unexpected. For David Rees, his journey is a little more uncommon than most and it has taken him to some unusual places, but his ever-growing curiosity and passion for things that rarely get attention is what makes his odyssey,…

This is a group of Zulu dancers from the Gasa clan at Phezulu village. The Phezulu village is located in the Valley of 1,000 Hills, valley rifts that rise and fall along the Umgeni River and its tributaries. The Zulu have welcomed outsiders into their village for well over thirty years to share their culture…

This gorgeous, fiery sunset was captured on the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. Moremi was founded in a concerted effort by the local Batawana community and a team of wildlife conservationists in 1963. Setting aside a third of the beautiful Okavango Delta in an effort to protect the regions wildlife, their foresight and concern for…

Filled with magnificent rain forests interrupted only by patchwork orchards and fields of bananas, coconut, mango, and papaya trees, St. Lucia is rich in its natural beauty. This luscious tropical gem is one of the Lesser Antilles Windward Islands. Nestled between St. Vincent and Martinique, the island shares both French and British influences with a hint…

This Sunday, gain an exclusive look inside Captain Chesley Sullenberger’s incredible historic landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River. Through extraordinary first-person accounts, “Miracle Landing on the Hudson” reveals the raw, intense drama of what it was like to be inside the cabin during the emergency crash-landing, and tells a true story of heroism, inspiration, and…

The Catherine Palace is one of St. Petersburg’s greatest splendors, straddling the line between the old and new Europe. Palaces like this, built in 1756 for the Empress Catherine the Great, provide a window through which to view the epic splendor of Russia’s grandeur and dark mysterious past. Trimmed in solid gold, the grand Baroque…