2.Tracking Green Sea Turtles in the Bahamas with TurtleCams
3.Inside the High-Stakes Plan to Save African Wild Dogs
4.How These Giant Salamanders Could Save Amphibians Around the World
5.The World’s Only Scaled Mammal Is ADORABLE
6.How Elephant Seals Help Scientists Explore the Deep Sea
7.A Conversation With Two Sustainability Champions
8.Mission Wild, a New Series From Great Big Story
9.Watching Over Birds of Prey
10.Discovering the Mystery of the Eagle Ray
11.Climb into the Bear Den with GrizKid
12.Re-wilding Europe, One Bison at a Time
13.These Wildcats Need the Forest to Survive
14.Twenty-Five Million Years and Counting
15.Brazil’s National Symbol Is Disappearing in the Wild
16.The Mobile Veterinary Team Saving Kenya’s Wild Animals
17.Just Call Him the 'Eagle Whisperer'
18.The Magical Realism of Foley Artists
19.Spoken Without Words: Poetry With ASL SLAM
20.Explaining the Science of Soil
21.“Living With Wolves Saved My Life”
22.Enter the Deadliest Garden in the World
23.Making Jewelry From Scraps of Detroit Graffiti
24.The. Two. Toed. Sloth. Is. Actually. An. Excellent. Swimmer.
25.This Fiery Spider is Facing a Grim Future
Pangolins have survived for 85 million years, but their very existence is under threat now. Poachers are killing them for their scales. Dr. Ray Jansen, a zoology professor, and wildlife biologist Francois Meyer are trying to save South Africa’s pangolin population. They run sting operations in Musina to rescue these docile creatures, and then help them recover and return to their natural habitat. In this episode of “Mission Wild,” host Wes Larson goes deep into the bush to try and find a pangolin in the wild. But these solitary, nocturnal animals prove what masters of disguise they can be.
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