Steve Irwin comes face-to-face with the largest living lizard in the world -- the Komodo dragon, on the remote islands of Indonesia. These huge powerful reptiles seem lazy and docile -- most of the time.
Steve sets out on a remote section of the Luangwa River in Zambia to study the Nile crocodiles, known as flatdogs in Africa. A herd of hippos makes the task dangerous.
While exploring the jungle and rivers of Sumatra, Steve and Terri investigate the last remaining habitat of the endangered Indonesian elephant.
Queensland's Cape York is considered one of the last wild frontiers in Australia. Steve and Terri set out on a journey along some of the most treacherous roads and remote rivers to reach the northernmost tip of the country.
The Irwins travel to the waters off Jamaica, Vanuatu and Queensland, Australia, to swim mere inches from the massive jaws of the reptiles that inhabit these deep ocean waters. Steve and Terri search the Galapagos Islands for marine iguanas.
Steve and Terri travel across the U.S. in search of remarkable rattlesnake species. Steve has a close call with Timber Rattlers in Virginia. In Florida, they find snakes as diverse as the Pigmy Rattler and the large Eastern Diamondback.
The Irwins and Harriet, a 168-year-old tortoise taken from the Galapagos Islands by Charles Darwin, go on an adventure to see what her homeland and living relatives are like.
Every February 2, the world's most famous groundhog provides his annual weather prediction. Get the true story behind the legend of Punxsutawney Phil, as told by the people who know it best: the 15 top hat and tuxedo wearing members of The Inner Circle.
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet follows veterinarian Dee Thornell as she treats everything from sled dogs to reindeer. Dr. Dee and her staff handle extreme cases and unique clients in the Alaskan frontier.
In Maine, the elite Game Warden Service patrols more than 18 million acres of rugged terrain filled with wild animals ... and wild people. The Wardens are on call 24/7, responding to life and death situations in order to protect the public.
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade is on the hunt for fish with a taste for human flesh. This rip-roaring ride mixes action and adventure with mysteries, edge-of-the-seat chase and a battle of wills between man and nature.
We follow wildlife photographer Charlie Hamilton James, who has bought 100 acres of the Peruvian rainforest in the hope that it will stop loggers illegally cutting down trees.
Four eccentric but passionate investigators embark on one single-minded mission - to find the elusive Bigfoot. Watch as the team uncovers startling evidence of the mysterious and highly intelligent enigma both here and abroad.
Everything's bigger in Texas, including the job of Texas Game Wardens who protect the Lone Star State's natural resources and police its 27 million citizens. This elite force patrols more than a quarter million square miles to protect and serve.
Highlighting both the controversial whaling trade and the tactics that Sea Shepherd and its staff and volunteers use to attempt to cripple it, Whale Wars documents the group's three-month sojourn across the icy Antarctic waters at the far end of the globe.
Adventurers Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters race 500 miles unassisted across the Arctic Ocean as they battle weather, nature, climate change and their own fortitude in their attempt to reach the geographic North Pole in record time.
Throughout Washington State, the Department of Fish and Wildlife Police are protecting animals and citizens and busting criminals. Whether the officers are on land or water, they are ready and willing to risk their lives.
Marine Conservation Groups battle outlaw fishing vessels through frigid waters and treacherous territories with efforts to force the end of poaching and a criminal network of fishermen.
Venture into the strange and wonderful world of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest, the only juried art competition run by the U.S. government. This film explores the eccentric nature of the contestants who enter each year for a chance at wildlife art stardom.
Basketball superstar and wildlife advocate Yao Ming travels to Africa to help spread awareness about the cruelty of poaching. Yao sees for himself the evidence of a losing battle, where Africa's giants are senselessly slain every day for their tusks.
Thirty years after the worst nuclear radiation catastrophe in history, 100 times the combined amount of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs, two scientists have now been allowed total access to the area surrounding the infamous Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
Toucan Nation is about Grecia, a colorful toucan whose story sparks international outrage after her beak is mutilated. Seeking to right a wrong and restore the toucan's beak, veterinarians and animal rescuers join forces with a team of 3D printers to build a prosthetic beak.
It was the most monstrous week of the year. Watch all the great specials from Monster Week 2016.