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Animal Planet (tv network)

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  • Lizards, snakes make educational visit to Gages Lake school

    Lizards, snakes make educational visit to Gages Lake school
    With its overlapping scales and a sinister-looking blue tongue that darts rapidly in and out, Blueberry the skink looked threatening and scary to some of the students at the Woodland Early Learning Experience. On Thursday, the lizard was one of a...
  • Pets and people can party at expo Saturday

    Every dog — and cat, fish and lizard — will have its day at the fifth annual South Florida Pet Expo in West Palm Beach Saturday. Pet parents can get the scoop on pet waste disposal, check out rescue groups with adoptable animals, and meet...
  • Companies rethink use of animals after Ringling Bros. nixes elephants

    Companies rethink use of animals after Ringling Bros. nixes elephants
    The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announcement Thursday that it will retire its performing elephants is part of a trend of entertainment companies rethinking their use of animals. Though they still draw crowds, animals can be a liability....
  • Locally produced reality show looking for "wild" projects

    Locally produced reality show looking for "wild" projects
    A Perkasie man who is working on his second reality show is looking for potential projects for  "Restoration Wild" a new series for Animal Planet. Jay Chaikin, who with his wife Ricki, owns JC Woodworking, which reclaims flooring, siding and beams...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Feb. 25 at 9:30 a.m. Campus Tours Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Learn about the programs provided by Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, see the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center and visit Donna Klein...
  • The reality is there's plenty of fake TV shows in Alaska

    The reality is there's plenty of fake TV shows in Alaska
    Is this mortifying era of northern overexposure ever going to end? Here in Alaska, TV crews have been everywhere the last few years, clutching scripts for “unscripted” shows and handing out confidentiality agreements, asking us to play along....
  • Reel good time

    Science seekers and monster enthusiasts are in luck. Jeremy Wade, host of Animal Planet's wildly-popular "River Monsters," will be making a rare land appearance at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. He will be the guest presenter at the...
  • Research offers hope for feline heart problems

    Q: Penny, our beloved tabby, died in my arms last weekend. We loved him for nine years and he appeared to be perfectly healthy when he suddenly collapsed. I rushed Penny to the emergency clinic, but nothing could be done. I was devastated. Our...
  • Fair Oaks pork center grunts its way to television

    Fair Oaks pork center grunts its way to television
    FAIR OAKS — Bacon and all things pork have a new capital, and it is right in Indiana's heartland. Work is under way on the $4 million Pork Education Center at Fair Oaks Farms in Newton County, a not-for-profit interactive educational play land...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. POSH Palm Beach 2015 Gala Dinner Lighthouse Guild International This dinner dance will honor Darlene Jordan and Cathy Luccio and kick off the “POSH Palm Beach Sale” to take place Feb. 17-19 at The Pavilion in West...
  • Pills that taste good go down easier

    Q: Years ago, I remember watching you on "Animal Planet" explaining how you'd trained your cat to take a pill. Now my cat needs a pill, and no matter I do, she drops it on the floor, then walks away. Any advice? -- L.G., via cyberspace A: First, buy an...