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National Geographic ChannelNat Geo Wild

WEBISODE

  • Venom Mission show

    Venom Mission

    Richard and Jamie collect some sea snakes to help produce antivenom in order to save lives.

    (02:54)
  • Texas Monster Web show

    Texas Monster Web

    Three mysteries are solved in this episode of Wild X Files.

    (00:58)
  • Mystery Dolphin Stranding show

    Mystery Dolphin Stranding

    How did a large pod of dolphins end up tragically beached on English shores?

    (03:01)
  • Cannibal Squid Invasion show

    Cannibal Squid Invasion

    Giant squid are invading the California coast – but how did so many squid end up in colder waters?

    (02:38)
  • Pigeon Bloodlust show

    Pigeon Bloodlust

    Pigeons feed on the water’s edge unaware of a dark beast underneath the surface.

    (03:02)
  • Nondisclosure show

    Nondisclosure

    Being a witness to classified activities in Area 51 could end careers.

    (00:54)
  • Exposing the Plot show

    Exposing the Plot

    The filmmaker hopes audiences realize just how close the terrorists came to achieving their plot.

    (02:49)
  • Physical Education show

    Physical Education

    The electric horse was just one piece in Titanic’s fully equipped gym.

    (02:59)
  • Titanic’s Women Workforce show

    Titanic’s Women Workforce

    Women worked in cloth mills to fill Titanic’s beautiful interiors with textiles and linens.

    (02:58)
  • Continuity Confusion show

    Continuity Confusion

    Catching scene changes isn’t so tough if you can master the art of paying attention.

    (01:54)
  • A Scream in The Night show

    A Scream in The Night

    Why are certain sounds scarier than others?

    (01:16)
  • Fright or Fright show

    Fright or Fright

    A volunteer’s tolerance of what he thinks is terrifying creepy crawlers is pushed to the limit.

    (02:14)
  • Illusion of Knowledge show

    Illusion of Knowledge

    Our over-confident brains can leave us with a false sense of security about daily decisions.

    (01:12)
  • Train of Thought show

    Train of Thought

    See how your brain free associates during a test of memory.

    (02:42)
  • Jason Silva on Persuasion show

    Jason Silva on Persuasion

    Jason Silva thinks targeted marketing might not be such a frightening concept.

    (01:16)
  • Jason Silva on Focus show

    Jason Silva on Focus

    The host of Brain Games philosophizes on our evolving attention spans.

    (01:58)
  • Apollo Robbins on Fear show

    Apollo Robbins on Fear

    Apollo explains how fear and magic can work side-by-side.

    (01:55)
  • Depth Perception show

    Depth Perception

    We're about to mess with the way you see the world, and put your perception to the test.

    (00:24)
  • Born to Lie show

    Born to Lie

    It seems being a liar might actually be a good thing.

    (01:10)
  • Jason Silva on Lying show

    Jason Silva on Lying

    Brain Games host Jason Silva links the act of lying to the evolution of survival.

    (01:16)