We always receive the warmest of welcomes from our wonderful animal companions as we return home, but have you wondered what they do while we are away? Are you aware of any other skills they have apart from shaking our hands and catching frisbes? 

As we watch the little turtle basking in the sun laying on a stone, let’s pause for a moment and wonder, “Are you sure he considers himself a turtle?” 

Join us on the Animal Channel to learn about unknown facts of our animal friends whom we seemingly feel we are familiar with. 

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Animal Mothers are Awesome! Part 2 of 2

00:14:20
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Animal Mothers are Awesome! Part 2 of 2

Animal moms are compassionate and caring, thinking nothing of sacrificing their health and safety to defend, nurture and raise their young. Their wholehearted dedication to their babies deserves our utmost admiration and appreciation. Hens are exemplary brave mothers and very mindful of their chicks’ safety. During a rainstorm, if there is no shelter, momma hen will spread her wings and let her babies stand under them. She doesn’t care that she gets completely soaked at all!
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-05-17   6558 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-05-17

Through the Generations - Animal Cultural Traditions

00:16:49
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Through the Generations - Animal Cultural Traditions

Many people think that culture is a characteristic only found in human societies. I am thrilled to tell you that modern scientific research shows that animals including primates, cetaceans, birds, fish and insects also have traditions that are transmitted across their social groups and to new generations. We animals that live in a community are just like humans, having our norms, traditions and cultural practices that characterize who we are and help us to adapt to our particular ecological niches.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-22   3961 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-22

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

00:13:17
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

In this concluding episode, Joy discusses her inner conversations with the animals regarding the direction of humanity and our planet. I also communicated with orcas confined in a dolphinarium. And the message he wanted me to convey is that the planet was in full transformation, that the energies were very strong, and that there were people who have become increasingly sick because it is a cleansing, actually. So, it is just sickness merely leading to healing us, freeing us of some past memories. She also promotes veganism as it is fundamentally about respecting animal life. She hopes to make people see and realize the beauty and mystery of animals and thus deeply appreciate us and our planet.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06   141 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06

Brave Protector of Marine Life: Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

00:15:30
Good People, Good Work

Brave Protector of Marine Life: Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

And now, it’s been proven that it is probably one of the most significant threats to the survival of life in the sea. If anybody eats fish, they are eating plastic. Microplastic is now in fish; it’s in meat; it’s in the soil; it’s everywhere. And it’s a non-biodegradable substance, but the problem is that also it attracts things like PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) and other chemicals to it, almost like a magnet. And so, it’s a way for people when they’re eating fish, they eat plastic, they also eat PCBs and other chemicals in that form. I think it’s one of the most insidious threats right now to the survival of all life in the ocean. And of course, that means to all life on the planet.
Good People, Good Work
2019-09-02   384 Views
Good People, Good Work
2019-09-02

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

00:13:14
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

I met this elephant and right away, I was like in a bubble with him, and really transported. He explained that he and all the other elephants were part of this energy of peace. That they were contributing to equilibrium at a planetary level. There existed a huge egregor (collective group mind) of peace, of love and compassion that compensated for what is happening today in the world. One can get a further sense of the elephants’ deep spirituality from an inner communication Joy had with Pelusa the elephant. Pelusa’s message for our world gives hope and is full of insight. May all humanity hear these good tidings and wake up quickly so the new era that Pelusa speaks of comes about soon.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23   1336 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23

Free-roaming horse in Germany wins hearts

00:01:15
Noteworthy News

Free-roaming horse in Germany wins hearts

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2019-08-22   45 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-22

Jo-Anne McArthur on the Frontline of Compassionate Change, Part 1 of 2

00:13:26
Veggie Elite

Jo-Anne McArthur on the Frontline of Compassionate Change, Part 1 of 2

A Shining World Compassion Award recipient, Jo-Anne McAuthur utilizes her photographic talents to capture a story in every picture that can be understood in all languages and cultures. Her passion of capturing the heartfelt pleas of animals in desperate situations has won her grants and awards, and has helped people awaken from their slumber and realize that the world is not okay as it is. Her images are sourced worldwide, taking us into the true living conditions of animals used in various industries, created by the demands of humans.
Veggie Elite
2019-08-22   833 Views
Veggie Elite
2019-08-22

Shining World Award Laureates - Our Guiding Lights, Part 3 of 3

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Shining World Awards

Shining World Award Laureates - Our Guiding Lights, Part 3 of 3

Today’s show, will feature heroes from the animal kingdom and the outstanding government leadership of our world. In India, a canine friend named Ruby was honored with the Shining World Hero Award for rescuing and adopting an orphaned monkey. In Pakistan, the Prime Minister, His Excellency Imran Khan, was honored with the Shining World Leadership Award for Good Governance. Pakistan currently hosts approximately 2.4 million Afghan refugees of which 1.4 million are documented. His Excellency Imran Khan has promised to grant legal citizenship to children of Afghan refugees born in Pakistan. We thank you, for your compassionate acts towards your Afghan brothers and sisters. May our world soon be transformed into paradise by the loving energy of all people and animal friends.
Shining World Awards
2019-08-20   1144 Views
Shining World Awards
2019-08-20

Cambodia's largest tourist attraction bans elephant riding

00:01:45
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Cambodia's largest tourist attraction bans elephant riding

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2019-08-20   42 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-20

Tom Justyniarski: Teaching Children to Save Animals, Part 2 of 2 (INT)

00:15:22
Good People, Good Work

Tom Justyniarski: Teaching Children to Save Animals, Part 2 of 2 (INT)

“Dogs are able to recognize our good heart.” “Dogs think similarly to us; they differ only because they cannot speak.” “Dogs give people a sense of responsibility, happiness, and the fact that they are sensitive.” It shows me that there is nothing else but to raise kids’ awareness and to enjoy this world, to enjoy joy and love. Tom’s focus is on instilling a deep sensitivity in Polish youth for the feelings and needs of all living beings. Change the next generation so that we can have a better life on earth.
Good People, Good Work
2019-08-19   1207 Views
Good People, Good Work
2019-08-19

New Swedish study demonstrates the empathetic nature of canines

00:01:02
Noteworthy News

New Swedish study demonstrates the empathetic nature of canines

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2019-08-19   27 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-19

The Unique and Amazing Galápagos Marine Iguanas

00:14:56
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

The Unique and Amazing Galápagos Marine Iguanas

You will not find marine iguanas like me anywhere else in our world. We are the only sea-going lizards! When marine iguanas don’t have enough to eat, they not only become thinner, they also become shorter. Scientists have observed that during times of EI Niño-induced food shortages, our bodies shrink in length and then regrow when food becomes plentiful again. The researchers think that we actually digest up to 20% of our bones to survive. Adult iguanas can switch between shrinkage and growth repeatedly throughout their lifetime – a perfect adaptation to EI Niño events.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-16   3123 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-16

People around the world march for animals

00:02:18
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People around the world march for animals

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2019-08-13   422 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-13

Dog meat market closes in Busan, Korea

00:01:26
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Dog meat market closes in Busan, Korea

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2019-08-13   434 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-13

Tom Justyniarski: Teaching Children to Save Animals, Part 1 of 2(INT)

00:14:50
Good People, Good Work

Tom Justyniarski: Teaching Children to Save Animals, Part 1 of 2(INT)

I came from Poland. I am an animal lover, teacher and writer. I save animals, and I believe that - thanks to these actions we are all taking with regard to animals and saving them - the suffering will come to an end and we’ll do many important things. I’ve written 10 books for children, a few novels, poems included, and two fairy tales. The book “Dog’s Worries” became a sensation in Poland. It won a Ministry of National Education contest as the best schoolbook and it has become a main schoolbook, meaning a compulsory book for children ages 8 to 12. "To change the next generation so that children will be sensitive all their lives and that they will love every living thing with an open heart."
Good People, Good Work
2019-08-12   1383 Views
Good People, Good Work
2019-08-12

US state passes legislation to protect bees

00:00:57
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US state passes legislation to protect bees

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2019-08-08   765 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-08

True Love Between Animals

00:17:43
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

True Love Between Animals

Shiro first headed for the beach. Without any hesitation, he ran into the water and started swimming. The distance from Aka to Zamami is 3.6 kilometers, and the seas can be rough. Altogether, it took about three hours for Shiro to reach the island. There, waiting for him, was a beautiful female mongrel named Marilyn. That is why Shiro repeatedly swam back and forth between the islands. The love story of the two dogs became so popular throughout Japan that a movie was made about it in 1988 entitled, “I Want to See Marilyn.”
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-07   1574 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-07

Animal rescuer from United States dresses as superhero

00:00:51
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Animal rescuer from United States dresses as superhero

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2019-08-05   786 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-05

Love of goats changes woman's life in United States

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Love of goats changes woman's life in United States

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2019-08-04   1259 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-04

Qatar protects rare Hawksbill turtles

00:01:04
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Qatar protects rare Hawksbill turtles

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2019-08-03   873 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-08-03
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