Lisa Ling steps into the world of marijuana cultivators, reporting from secret farms and not-so-secret grow houses.
Christians have lived in Bethlehem for centuries, but in today's political climate, they have fewer reasons to stay.
Explorer reveals the inner workings of a sting operation designed to bring down one of the world's most prolific and untouchable criminals.
With no luck finding a Marsupial Mole, Nick Baker's luck at finding a Thorny Devil is spot on.
Nick Bakers goes on a search for a Tamadura anteater and it is a beautiful find.
In the dead of night, Nick Baker goes Slow Lorris spotting. This 'slow moving' creature is not your typical primate.
Nick Baker is in the Last Chance Saloon and this is his last chance to find an Axolotl.
Nick Baker is in Mexico's Baja peninsula searching for a very unusual reptile, one that fails to fit in just one category.
Piranhas - the stuff of nightmares and legends. They're infamous for how fast they can devour prey, and are known to attack in groups of up to 100. National Geographic joins a team of scientists heading to the Amazon to investigate a piranha mystery of immense proportions. A fossil of a giant jaw fragment has been identified as an ancient piranha, but with a terrifying twist: the tooth belonged to a fish seven times the size of existing piranha species.
Animal domestication was a major prerequisite for human civilization to evolve. Join National Geographic as we explore how a dramatic shift from wild to tame happened by investigating foxes, chickens, dogs and rats. Travel to Siberia to see how the physiology of foxes changes when only friendly foxes are bred. In Georgia, follow a scientist as he decodes the DNA of a special population of chickens. And in Moscow, a researcher gains insight into domestication by studying a group of stray dogs.
Massive floods in Australia and Pakistan. Deadly mudslides in Brazil. Epic drought and wildfires in Russia. Historic snows and bitter cold across North America. 2010 was one of the most destructive years in history. Join National Geographic as we present the dramatic images and personal stories of this catastrophic weather year.
They are some of the most lethal substances on earth - transmitted through food, water, the people around you or even the air you breathe. These are bioweapons, strains of bacteria and viruses that include the most feared diseases in human history. Now, imagine that you have just become the leader of your nation and new intelligence confirms that terrorists are trying to make and unleash a biological weapon in one of your cities. What are their chances for success?
National Geographic's Emmy-award winning series returns with new episodes that open a window on hidden parts of the world, unlock mysteries both ancient and modern, and investigate stories of science, nature, and culture.
For the first time, the Catholic Church is allowing scientific experts and historians to openly test the veracity of the remains of reported saints. National Geographic has exclusive access to the forensic investigation. Deep in the crypt below the Cathedral of Reggio Emilia lie a set of bones believed to be those of two ancient saints, Chrysanthus and Daria. For more than 1,500 years they've been hidden away, until now.
Europa, an icy moon of Jupiter over 480 million miles away from Earth, may be our best hope for finding alien life in our solar system. Scientists believe that on Europa there is a liquid ocean buried beneath its icy crust. To find out if this alien ocean holds life, a team needs to get there, penetrate the ice shell, and navigate in an alien sea.