Digital Media Content Producer for National Geographic Channels

There are some species of animals whose appearance is so incredible that many people don’t believe they are real when they first see them: the cassowary certainly qualifies, so do blob fish, platypus, star-nosed moles, and so does the alligator gar. The alligator gar lives in the rivers and swamps of the southern United States,…

Tonight on T. rex Autopsy, veterinary surgeon Dr. Luke Gamble and a team of leading paleontologists dissect the world’s first life-sized, anatomically precise model of a Tyrannosaurus rex. The model’s dimensions are based on bone scans of “Sue,” the largest and most complete T. rex fossil ever found. The life-like organs were created using the…

It’s the final week before the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna season in Gloucester, Massachusetts closes and the competition is so close, it will come down to the very last day of fishing to determine the winner. When a single tuna can be worth more than $20,000, it’s anybody’s game. Hard Merchandise holds a narrow lead of…

On week 11 of the North Atlantic Bluefin tuna season, bad luck, bait problems, and big egos plague the Gloucester fleet. With only five weeks of fishing left before the season closes, hard-working Captain Dave Marciano of Hard Merchandise and his first mate and nephew, Jay Muenzner, are defying popular belief by being at the…

Is your dog ready for its close-up? To celebrate Nat Geo WILD’s inaugural BarkFest–a special weekend of dog programming featuring some of the smartest, most unique, and cutest canines in the world–we want our fans to get in on the fun. We want to feature your pet on television during BarkFest! To submit your pup,…

Last night on Life Below Zero, winter preparations were in full swing as the changing seasons bring the tough transition from fall to winter. In Eagle, Andy set off to find elusive moose, as he and Kate need to replenish their red meat supply for the coming winter. In Kavik, Sue sealed up camp to…

Got Questions? Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Has Answers What’s Neil’s favorite food? How do you have sex in space? What was the coolest spaceship in a sci-fi movie? The fun, the abstract, or the absurd–now’s your chance to ask Neil deGrasse Tyson anything you want! Join him TODAY at 12:15PM for a Facebook Q&A!

Living Life Below Zero is tough enough, but filming below zero is another beast entirely. Keeping up with Glenn, Sue, Andy, Kate, Chip, Agnes, and Erik is hard–throw in plummeting temps, a few cracks in the ice, and close run-ins with bears and you’ll begin to see just how challenging filming in these conditions really…

Tonight on the season premiere of Life Below Zero, Alaskans battle harsh conditions and limited daylight to survive the onslaught of winter and protect the future of their remote livelihood. With temperatures plummeting, it’s a race against the clock to secure available resources and maintain the sanity it takes to live Life Below Zero. In…

We’re very excited to say that our EAT: The Story of Food microsite has been nominated for a Webby! We’re up for the Website category of Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics, and we’d love your support! Head on over to pv.webbyawards.com to cast your vote. If you haven’t had a chance to dig…

On Feb. 18 we kicked off our 40 day “Killing With Kindness” campaign, inspired by what we know historically was Jesus’s encouragement of all people to be kind to each other. Over the last six weeks we’ve highlighted organizations from around the world that do incredible work to help veterans, the homeless, the sick, and…

Congratulations Dallas Seavey! Our Ultimate Survival Alaska star won his third Iditarod in four years, beating his father to the finish line in Nome early Wednesday after racing 1,100 miles across Alaska. Dallas became the youngest Iditarod champion in 2012 at age 25, and he won again last year in 2014. Seavey finished this year’s…

Do you have a wicked good eye? See if you can spot the differences in this image. Find out the results below this clip from Sunday’s new episode of Wicked Tuna: Go Hard or Go Home! Quiz #5 Results: How many did you spot? Let us know in the comments! And don’t miss Wicked Tuna…

On week four of the North Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Season, Captain Paul Hebert fought to put his first tuna of the season on deck. While first mate Mauro and deckhand Kenny grew more anxious and frustrated each week without a catch, Paul tried to instill in them what years of experience commercial fishing have taught…

After week two of the North Atlantic Bluefin tuna fishing season, Gloucester’s top boats are vying for their share of the huge paydays these giant fish can bring. And on the latest episode of Wicked Tuna: Anchor Anger, rivalries reach an all-time high as tensions spill over onto the dock. Dave Marciano is no stranger…

On the first day of the new Bluefin tuna fishing season in Gloucester, Massachusetts, every captain in the fleet wants the same thing–to land the coveted first tuna of the year. Dave Carraro, captain of Fishing Vessel Tuna Dot Com, caught double the number of Bluefin of any other skipper last season, and this year,…

Legendary wildman Mick Dodge lives life by his own unique philosophy in the wilderness of Washington state. Want to live like Mick? Follow his 30-day challenge to get in tune with the nature around you. Or as Mick explains, “You have 30 days to follow your feet, so your ancient body wisdom can teach. Yoish!”…

Get ready to see Dr. Pol like you’ve never seen him before—as the host of his very own backyard variety show! Join Dr. Pol in his first-ever hosted web series as he gives updates on the night’s cases, introduces his own family pets, takes fan questions, and invites special guests to sit down for a…

A young man from the Netherlands falls in love and moves to the United States — the country of opportunity. He lives the American dream by raising a family and starting his own veterinary business in central Michigan, which over the years has become a thriving practice. Little did he know that, at the age…

Behavior expert Daniel Pink is showing us how to use diabolical psychology for the greater good in this weekly video series, “Rule Your World.” No matter what you do for a living you’re selling all the time. Your product, your service, your idea… yourself. So how can you do it better? Well, we’ve got a…

Behavior expert Daniel Pink is showing us how to use diabolical psychology for the greater good in this weekly video series. Humans have limits to what they can focus on at any given moment. So if you can only pay attention to one thing, you better prioritize the thing that’s threatening you. People routinely succumb…

For wildlife filmmakers, the only way to safely explore the startling powers of the African lion has been at the end of a mighty long lens — until now. Man v. Lion follows veteran big cat expert Boone Smith across the Nambiti Game Reserve, tracking three male lions searching for their next meal. We follow along…

Behavior expert Daniel Pink is showing us how to use diabolical psychology for the greater good in this weekly video series. Last night on Crowd Control, we conducted an experiment to stop people from peeing in the swimming pool–or rather, encourage people to use the restroom. Using the powers of behavioral science, we were able…

What if we could make the DMV a happier place by adding a little laughter? Or curb America’s speeding epidemic without issuing a single ticket? Or reduce the rate of pedestrian collisions by making it worth the wait at the crosswalk? On tonight’s series premiere of Crowd Control, viewers will discover that sometimes all you…

We’re hardwired to seek out sweets. For millions of years, our diet was filled with the most colorful, richest fruit from the tops of the tree canopy in the rain forest. When climates changed and our traditional sources of energy dwindled, many species died along with that disappearing bounty, but those with the ability to…