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  • Did you know: Anacondas can grow to be up to 550 pounds!

      

  • It's not a glamorous test by any means, but Dr. K knows that a fecal exam is necessary to make sure this raccoon is in good health!

      

  • Rewrapping Lucy's injured paw turns into an impromptu spa day for puppy and Dr. Oakley!

      

  • Walk with a leopard on foot LIVE from the Sabi Sands,  Kruger National Park.

      

  • Simon and Siouxsie encounter "one seriously p'd off" mamba. See more Snake Drama on the new episode of Snake City, tonight at 8/7c.

      

  • Albino Monocled Cobra! Join Simon and Siouxsie as they handle a cobra with one of the fastest acting snake venoms in the world! Comment below with questions and they'll answer them during this live show before the new season of #SnakeCity tonight at 9/8c!

      

  • Catching your own bait requires skill, equipment, and a lot of patience.
Tune into a new episode of Fish My City tonight at 10/9c!

      

  • We all get a little gassy sometimes, and Dr K. knows the perfect way to help alleviate some of Binky's gas.

      

  • Fun fact: the feathers of a Macaroni penguin help them regulate their body temperature, keeping them warm in the arctic waters and cool in the heat of the sun. Learn more about these fascinating (and more!) with Bertie Gregory: natgeo.com/wildlife

      

  • Join buffalo on foot LIVE from the Sabi Sand, Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa!

      

  • Did you know: oyster reefs are key in attracting and sustaining a healthy fish population (plus they help clean up the water!)

      

  • A spitting cobra can spit venom up to 6-feet, and their bite can kill you in under an hour, so Simon and Siouxsie have to act fast to capture this snake.

      

Did you know: Anacondas can grow to be up to 550 pounds!

 

 

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