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A team with National Geographic’s Crittercam recently installed two cameras on American bison for the first time—find out how they did it.
A recent Crittercam expedition to Antarctica yields new views of leopard seals and their sadly adorable prey.
The Crittercam team is on the rock of Gibraltar, working with Dr. Agustin Fuentes of Notre Dame on a study of the legendary resident macaques.
Every week, embark with host Boyd Matson on an exploration of the latest discoveries and interviews with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, on National Geographic Weekend. Please check listings near you to find the best way to listen to National Geographic Weekend, or pick your favorite segments and listen now below! Episode: 1309 – Air Date:…
Every week, embark with host Boyd Matson on an exploration of the latest discoveries and interviews with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, on National Geographic Weekend.
Hoping for billfish, the team catches a sailfish, but in this situation, anglers can’t be choosers. Get the play-by-play.
Before you can attach a Crittercam camera to a marlin, you’ve got to catch the fish. Researcher Sam Friedrichs shows how its done.
Follow researchers to Panama where they’ll use Crittercam to help unlock the secret lives of marlin before it’s too late.
By Jean-Paul Polo From Sept 17th until October 1st 2012 the National Geographic Crittercam program joined marine biologist Sam Friedrichs and headed down to Club Nautico de San Juan on the Atlantic coast of Puerto Rico. Our mission is to try and deploy Crittecrams on Blue Marlin during the 59th International Billfish Tournament, a catch-and-release…
Day 2 of the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Project and the team gets some company from a gaggle of local school children eager to help them with their fieldwork. The team quickly discovers that they have a lot to learn from the kids too- their unique perspective as islanders and even a dance lesson in how to “dougie”.
NOAA is teaming up with Crittercam to help save one of the oldest species on the planet from habitat loss, growing human hostility, and in some cases, seal killings.
Rather than the open plains of the Serengeti, the habitat for this study has fairly dense vegetation, making direct observation of cheetah behavior nearly impossible. That’s where Crittercam comes in.
Atka, the Arctic Gray Wolf makes a special appearance at National Geographic to help give an update of Crittercam’s newest projects and technologies.
This week on National Geographic Weekend radio, host Boyd Matson speaks with guests about woolly mammoths, orphaned gorillas, Asiatic lions, Florida gators, laser archaeology, quirky festivals, Traveler on the iPad, and life in a one-room cabin. Hour 1 Why would anyone choose to live in a 12-foot by 12-foot cabin without running water or electricity?…