About The Show

This amazing new series showcases the strangest, freakiest, weirdest, and just plain "out of this world" behaviors in the animal kingdom. From animals that develop their babies in their mothers back skin; to strange adaptations that enable creatures to survive in extreme environments; to alien-looking body parts and camouflage, this series will cover it all. 

Seal Catches Ride on Whale loading...
Seal Catches Ride on Whale
Why does this keep happening?
The Puzzling Platypus loading...
The Puzzling Platypus
And other animals that have barely evolved
 Swimming Pigs and Other Surprising Animals That Love Water loading...
Swimming Pigs and Other Surprising Animals That Love Water
Some cats, spiders, and moose are among nature's super swimmers.
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Do Animals Dream?
Scientists are taking a closer look at slumbering cats, rats, and even cuttlefish to find out what happens during their zzzs.
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Why Do Animals Eat Poop?
With so many nice things to eat in the world, why would any animal look at the menu and order a number two?
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Meet the Chocolate Chip Starfish And It's Unusual Relatives
Super gooey slime stars and a predatory “monster” starfish from Antarctica are among nature’s most fascinating invertebrates.
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Extremely Rare White Giraffe Spotted - What Would You Name Her?
The year-old calf, which lives in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park, has a condition called leucism.
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New Australian Spider Species Plays Peekaboo To Attract Mates
The newly discovered jumping spider Jotus remus is "the most amazing one I've seen," expert says.
Oh, Baby! The Weirdest Animal Births loading...
Oh, Baby! The Weirdest Animal Births
One frog species gives birth through holes in its back

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