Excuse you? Where are your manners, gurl? LOLz!
For a study, National Geographic documenters tranquilized a bear in order to put a "critter cam" on her neck.
Afterwards, they woke her up and allowed the bruin to walk around her environment to study bears more thoroughly.
What did they find out?!
Tags: bear, belching, burping, camera, documentary, national geographic
The National Geographic Channel will be premiering a new show on April 1 about…tuna fishing?!?
No, this isn't an April Fools' joke!
The new series is somewhat similar to Deadliest Catch, only
Tags: deadliest catch, fish, fishermen, massachusetts, national geographic, regulations, tuna fishing, wicked tuna
Look at those dogs just standing there.
So silly in their wigs.
And so well behaved!
Check out the above video to see William Wegman shoot his dogs for the February Cover of National Geographic Magazine.
Tags: cute, dog, dress up, funny, magazine, national geographic, photo shoot, wigs
National Geographic has now given us another reason to be afraid of the ocean… SNAILS!!
The Cone Snail to be exact.
The killer Cone Snail has a harpoon like body part filled with a toxin so complex, there's no anti-venom.
Check out the above video to see it kill and eat an entire huge fish!
Tags: cone snail, fish, nat geo, national geographic, nature, ocean, scary, snail, venom
When the pompilid wasp meets the bamboo spider, it's always an epic battle.
Watch the wasp climb underground, through the spider's silken defenses and attack head on!
It's a true battle for the ages.
Who will win??
Tags: bamboo spider, battle, fight, natgeo, national geographic, pompilid wasp, spider, wasp
Maybe you don't know what a Tapir is, maybe you've seen one at a zoo.
Well if you're as confused as we are by the Tapir, NatGeo has a video explaining everything.
Check out the half-horse, half-rhino, elephant-looking, mountain "cow" in the above video.
Tags: horse, mountain cow, natgeo, national geographic, rhino, tapir
If you ever happen to be wandering through a South American jungle and come face to face with an anaconda, don't worry if it bites you…
They're not poisonous!
Although they can grow to be large enough to swallow a human whole in one bite.
Check out the above video to learn how to escape an anaconda bite if you happen to only be bitten by one of the small 14-foot-long ones.
Tags: anaconda, bite, giant, nat geo, national geographic, scary, snake, south america