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Nat Geo WILD Aug 16
The extreme heat and lack of water make the Red Centre desert of Australia one of the most difficult places to survive on earth... but not for the Thorny Devil.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 29
A fun fact about crocodile eggs: the incubation temperature of the eggs will determine if the crocodile will be a male or a female.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 14
Jack found a baby kangaroo whose mother had been killed by a car, and rushed to try and get the joey to the vet in order to save his life.
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 9
Dugongs are mammals that are essential to the ocean ecosystem. They eat sea grass and spread the seeds of that grass through their excrement.
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 14
Turns out, sneaking up on feral horses isn't as easy as it sounds.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 28
Zoologist Jack Randall puts his life on the line to research deadly crocodiles battling for territory.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 28
The saltwater crocodile population has exploded in Darwin Bay, Australia to the point where they need to be captured and relocated in order to keep people safe.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 7
With numbers of carpet pythons in decline, Jack Randall is excited for every one he can find.
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BUILD Series Jul 25
Get a look at 's from host Jack Randall and some special friends! 🐍🐊
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 4
On tonight's new episode of , Jack's on a mission to find the most venomous snakes in Australia.
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 27
Have you ever had a centipede crawl over you? It's a feeling that Jack Randall describes as "the most weird feeling you can have."
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Nat Geo WILD Jul 13
Frill Neck Dragons use the skin flap around their neck to appear larger (and scarier!) to predators.
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Blkscorpion Jul 7
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TV Insider Jul 26
.@madeinthewildtv honors mentor Steve Irwin, plus watch an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek from 's croc-centric episode.
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manda Jul 21
@madeinthewildtv I am watching your show for the first time and you are amazing. I used to watch Steve Irwin all the time when I was little (I'm 30) and you remind me of him soooo much!! You are just like him. Please keep being you and helping animals!!
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People Jul 29
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 8
The choppy water makes Jack's job of finding and catching and studying endangering sea turtles a lot harder.
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 4
Jack and a snake researcher are trying to find the top 5 deadliest snakes in Australia, in order to get their venom to make anti-venom.
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Nat Geo WILD Aug 1
On his quest to find the most venomous snakes in Australia, Jack encounters a skink lizard, a small, quick lizard that likes to eat ants and other small insects.
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Cheddar Jul 26
Zoologist @madeinthewildtv is taking viewers for a walk on the wild side on his new show .
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