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Need a Mother’s Day gift? Nat Geo WILD has you covered. We are bringing back our popular Safari Live event. A special Mother’s Day weekend treat the whole family can share and enjoy, Safari Live premieres Saturday, May 9, and Sunday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET on Nat Geo WILD and…

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…

Things are heating up this week over at wildbarkfest.com. When the weather’s warm and that lawn looks so inviting, these cute canines just want to let it all hang out. Nothing makes these guys happier than soaking up the sun during a little outdoor playtime. Check out these 15 dogs living life by one motto…

It’s a cosmic love meeting on tonight’s episode of StarTalk, when Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Dan Savage, a gay rights activist and author of the internationally syndicated sex and relationship advice column “Savage Love.”  In addition to the column, Savage has published several books.  His latest book, American Savage, reflects on his experiences throughout the founding of the “It…

Each week, we’re putting three of our best animal videos head to head to see who comes out on top.  Now, it’s time for you to weigh in and tell us who YOU PICK as your favorite.  From a dog that comes up a little short on the jump, to a shark that’s spitting out a…

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,…

Today is International Guide Dog Day, so let’s honor and celebrate these incredibly hard working service dogs because of their long-standing dedication.  There are several different organizations that train dogs to assist the visually impaired.  Seeing-eye dogs have been in existence since the time of World War I, when people took notice of how good they were…

Fall season in the Arctic means crunch time for the final preparations for the brutal winter months ahead. Without the luxuries of having a supermarket nearby to stock up your pantry or fill up your fridge, the Alaskans on Life Below Zero must hunt to survive and forge for enough food to last through the big…

On week ten of the North Atlantic bluefin tuna season in Gloucester, Massachusetts, the competition is heating up, driving captains to push themselves and their crews to the brink with only six weeks of fishing left. On Kelly Ann, the future of Captain Paul Hebert’s tuna season hangs in the balance. At the end of…

Science and film unite on tonight’s episode of StarTalk, when host Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with director, screenwriter and producer, Christopher Nolan.  Nolan is known for his films that bend the rules of time and space.  His latest film, “Interstellar,” explores a notion of time travel via wormhole that is based in science, and may…