Is the gray wolf actually endangered?

North American forests looked very different 300 years ago. And it’s not just the rise of infrastructure – it’s the purposeful decline of many natural predators. Before European colonists came to America, the gray wolf population looked something like this: looked something like this. But by the 1930s, that vast, thriving population looked more like Read more…

The Bounty Hunters Catching Pythons In Florida (HBO)

Animals and plants introduced from non-native environments cost the U.S.an estimated $120-billion a year, including the Burmese python— a top predator that’s been wiping out other forms of life in the Everglades. But one local agency is fighting back, by unleashing an even more deadly force: Floridians. — This is going to be our secret Read more…

Reversing Extinction for the Northern White Rhino | Freethink

– [Man] Good girl. – [Barbara] Okay, going in with the probe. – [Man] Okay. – [Narrator] This is Doctor Barbara Durrant. She’s working to save a species, and holy crap she’s sticking her arm all the way in. Wow, let’s go back to the beginning and get some context. (tape rewinding) This is a Read more…

Are Zoos Good or Bad for Animals?

– What more wholesome than taking a trip to the zoo? You get to be up close and personal with some amazing animals that you pretty much never get to see in the wild. Sure you could fire up the newest Deep Look episode. They just celebrated their hundredth episode. Congratulations to them. I see Read more…

Animals That No Longer Exist Because Humans Suck

Humans are the most intelligent species on Earth, even if sometimes we don’t behave that way. Yet all of our perceived shortcomings are in fact evolutionary success stories. Our greed ensures that we survive at all costs- in the wild it’s far better to overindulge today when food is available then try to ration or Read more…

Tales From the Cryptic Species – Shelf Life #16

[MUSIC PLAYS]>>EVON HEKKALA: I like to think of myself as a creative thinker about museum collections. [SWITCH CLICK, ELECTRIC SIZZLE]>>HEKKALA: I was doing my dissertation research on crocodiles, and I started to collect data. [SCRAPING]>>HEKKALA: And as I started collecting DNA, I realized that there were a lot of places where you couldn’t get samples Read more…

Rarest Animals You’ve Never Seen

Here are some of the rarest animals out there, and just wait until you see more of this crazy spider! 12 – Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat The Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat is one of the rarest land animals on the planet! They have an estimated population of only around 230! These days, they’re mainly found in Epping Read more…

James Charles Lets L.A. Zoo Animals Pick His Makeup!

Hi Sisters! James Charles here, and welcome back to my YouTube channel. For today’s YouTube video we are doing something so much fun that I’m actually really, really pumped for. Right now, going around there’s a huge trend where people are having their dogs and their cats pick their makeup. I believe Jkissa was the Read more…

Stop Saying Zoos Are Bad for Animals – The Jim Jefferies Show

I HAVE A CONFESSION TO MAKE, THIS MAY NOT BE A POPULAR OPINION, BUT I LIKE ZOOS. I LIKE ANIMALS, I LIKE WALKING ON SLIGHT INCLINES. I LIKE CHURROS, PLUS ZOO IS MY BEST SCRABBLE WORD, WHICH BRINGS US TO TONIGHT’S SEGMENT, SHUT UP, ZOOS ARE GOOD. ZOOS ARE GOOD. I MEAN, SURE, NOT ALL Read more…

BIGGEST Salamander in Japan!

– Alright, comin’ up. Alright guys, I’m going in. Whoa. There’s the head, there’s the head. Look at it, it’s the size of a cantaloupe. (energetic music) (animal roars) – [Coyote Voiceover] The giant salamander is considered a special national monument by the Japanese government, and for centuries, it has lurked in the shadows of Read more…