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"Animals Say the Wildest Things," poison dart frogs, and the world's largest bony fish

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September 2011
Animals Say the Wildest Things
Wednesday 10P

This Wednesday, get a comic take on natural history, in which comedians provide voice-overs to natural history footage. In two new episodes, a kangaroo promotes his new DVD, "The Champ" and a school party of frogs get twitchy on a trip to France.

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Photo: Poison Dart Frogs  
Poison Dart Frogs
Poison dart frogs wear some of the most brilliant and beautiful colors on Earth. Hop on in and see more of these incredibly colorful critters.
Photo: The World's Largest Bony Fish  
The World's Largest Bony Fish
Find out why mola (aka: sunfish) are often confused with sharks - and the ways in which the two are so drastically different.
Photo: Komodo Dragon  
Komodo Dragon
Discover a reptile that has thrived on Earth for millions of years, but is facing extinction today. Learn more about Komodo dragons, the heaviest lizards in the world.
Photo: Big Cat Cubs  
Big Cat Cub Pics
The world's top felines - including lions, tigers, cheetahs, and leopards - are slipping toward extinction. Browse this gallery of big cat cubs and learn more about the threats they face.
Photo: Miracle Babies  
Miracle Babies: Amur Leopards
This Tuesday at 9P e/p, 3 Amur leopard cubs have been born - which is equal to 10% of the estimated feral population of this critically endangered animal.
Photo: Clan of the Meerkats  
Clan of the Meerkats: Oct 2 8P
Hear the engaging story of one family of meerkats over the course of a year in South Africa's harsh Kalahari Desert.
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