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Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild Next on Episode 5 | Water

EARTH A New Wild

Next on Episode 5 | Water

See how sharing water with wildlife may be a critical step in our own survival.

Next on Episode 5 | Water

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild A Natural History Detective Story: A Shallow Water Problem

EARTH A New Wild

A Natural History Detective Story: A Shallow Water Problem

Expert Jay Stauffer explains why the problems of Lake Malawi are a shallow water issue.

A Natural History Detective Story: A Shallow Water Problem

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild A Natural History Detective Story: Encountering a Snail

EARTH A New Wild

A Natural History Detective Story: Encountering a Snail

Sanjayan describes why a snail is more dangerous than a hippo.

A Natural History Detective Story: Encountering a Snail

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild Sanjayan Gets Snapped

EARTH A New Wild

Sanjayan Gets Snapped

Sanjayan, host of EARTH A New Wild, is photographed by a Samburu tribesman.

Sanjayan Gets Snapped

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild Wonderful Cichlids: Eating Dirt

EARTH A New Wild

Wonderful Cichlids: Eating Dirt

Some species of cichlid, which eat tiny insects and crustaceans, will swallow sand.

Wonderful Cichlids: Eating Dirt

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild Wonderful Cichlids: Mouth Breeders

EARTH A New Wild

Wonderful Cichlids: Mouth Breeders

Cichlids are a wonder of evolution. These cichlids use a unique mouth breeding behavior.

Wonderful Cichlids: Mouth Breeders

Video thumbnail: EARTH A New Wild Wonderful Cichlids: Playing Dead

EARTH A New Wild

Wonderful Cichlids: Playing Dead

Cichlids that have learned to play dead to catch their own dinner!

Wonderful Cichlids: Playing Dead

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