Ancient maps, legends, and fairy tales all tell of dragons in our world. In nearly every culture, we are taught as children that dragons are big and fearsome, that they fly, breathe fire, are found in caves and live nearly forever. Where did these stories come from? Are they based on real animals? And are there any dragons still to be found today? Romulus Whitaker, renowned reptile expert and conservationist, puts a bit of history together with documented science and some compelling contemporary reports, and sets off to find out. He encounters lizards large and small that can breathe life into medieval legends even today.
expiredpublic45631182704264cove4563 Full Episodeunavailabledisabledshowfalse16052The Last Rhino"The Last Rhino" introduces viewers to Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhinoceros.2018-02-21 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2018/02/The-Last-Rhino-YT-Cover-480x270.jpg3009671402cove16049Caring for the World's Most Famous RhinoMeet Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino.2018-02-21 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2018/02/83Sh8q7-asset-mezzanine-16x9-shkxR1D-480x270.jpg3009670691cove