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  • Wednesday 26 April 2017 at 22:30
  • Nat Geo Wild


In Dumbarton, Scotland, a journalist uncovers a sixty-year history of dogs jumping to their death from a fifteen meter bridge. Could something be luring the dogs to the other side? In Kerala, India, villagers hear a loud sonic boom one morning and wake to see blood red rain falling from the sky. Is it just desert dust or could it be evidence of extra-terrestrial life? Lions living in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania are exhibiting disturbing behaviour: violent seizures and battles to the death with other lions. As the death toll climbs, will investigators identify the cause before the great beasts are pushed to the brink?

Wildlife biologists, conservationists, veterinary pathologists and forensic animal behaviourists investigate some of the weirdest wildlife mysteries ever encountered. Using cutting-edge technology, forensic analysis and eye-witness testimony, the teams examine the evidence, review the facts and deconstruct the mysteries to crack some of nature’s toughest cases. These top-notch investigators know what great detective work takes: dogged determination, insatiable curiosity and an obsession with the details. They also know the importance of gathering credible evidence and examining it for every possible clue, re-creating a sequence of events, finding a motive and considering every factor – like the weather or the time of day.


  • Wild Case Files: Montauk Monster
    A Team of investigators unravel the mystery of a strange alien-like creature that washes up on the shores of Montauk, Long Island in 2008.
  • Wild Case Files: Texas Monster Web
    A team of web busters studies a giant web that engulfed a forest in Texas to discover which creature built it and why.
  • Wild Case Files: Exploding Toads
    In 2009, 13 penguins are found dead in Sydney. In 2005, for some unknown reason the toads are being decimated in the most bizarre fashion.
  • Wild Case Files: Blood Red Rain
    One endangered manatee after another is found floating dead in the coastal waters of Southwest Florida. Join us in finding the truth.
  • Wild Case Files: Alien Squid Invasion
    In 1993, Ann Venning's family wheat farm and piggery in Australia is invaded by hundreds of thousands of mice. Join us in investigating why it happens.
  • Wild Case Files: Bird-Eating Catfish
    Wild Case Files investigates three mysteries from the natural world: A mysterious river monster, sea turtles washing up dead and blinding kangaroos.
  • Wild Case Files: Poison Beach
    From a poisonous beach in Auckland and Cheetahs with eye injuries in Namibia, Wild Case Files investigate these mysteries.
  • Wild Case Files: Kruger Killers
    In South Africa's Kruger National Park, dozens of wild animals are dying for no apparent reason. In North Carolina a bizarre creature is spotted.
  • Wild Case Files: Raining Fish
    In a remote Outback community in Australia, it starts to rain fish, and on a beach in South Africa, False Killer Whales are beaching themselves.
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    Monday 24 April 2017 at 06:10 - Nat Geo Wild
    Wednesday 26 April 2017 at 15:10 - Nat Geo Wild

    Sunday 30 April 2017 at 07:50 - Nat Geo Wild
  • Wild Case Files: Croc Shock
    In Australia, locals find Crocodiles dead in large numbers. In Morocco, a Mule apparently gives birth and sharks wash up on Californian beaches.
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    Wednesday 26 April 2017 at 22:30 - Nat Geo Wild
    Thursday 27 April 2017 at 02:50 - Nat Geo Wild

    Sunday 30 April 2017 at 18:50 - Nat Geo Wild
  • Wild Case Files: Crock Shock
    Today on Wild Case Files: locals of the Victoria River district in Australia are shocked to find large numbers of dead freshwater crocodiles.
  • Wild Case Files: Tasmanian Tiger Terror
    Today on Wild Case Files: In Loch Sport, Australia, locals find kangaroo carcasses with their heads ripped clean off.
  • Wild Case Files: Flying Reindeer
    Today on Wild Case Files: A military jet hits a bird at 1500 feet. A sample of the bird remains is sent to be analyzed, but the DNA is from a deer!
  • Wild Case Files: Bird Apocalypse
    New Years Eve: Beebe, Arkansas - five thousand red-winged blackbirds fall out of the night sky and crash to the ground.
  • Wild Case Files: American Lake Monster
    Lake Champlain, USA: does a lake monster like Nessie really exist in Champlain? For many years witnesses have told stories.
  • Wild Case Files: Alien Roadkill
    Just outside the town of Alexandria USA, an alien like creature is found dead. In Fraser River, Canada, the annual Salmon Run deviates rapidly.
  • Wild Case Files: Shark Attack Beach
    A mysterious feline is stalking the English countryside, killing wildlife. New Smyrna Beach is in the path of thousands of migrating sharks.