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Skipping the Super Bowl? What to Watch Instead
Not a fan of the New England Patriots or the Atlanta Falcons? Have zero interest in watching grown men chase an oddly shaped ball around a field for hours? Well here’s some good news: There are plenty of great TV alternatives for spending your lazy Sunday evening. So head to your couch with some
Rescue Dog in Need of Forever Home
Bear, a mixed breed lab, was rescued from a home in New York where he had allegedly been mistreated.
Taylor Swift, Zayn Malik Release Video for 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever'
Thank you, robin. Thank you, guys. Good morning, everybody and we begin with this, after more than a year fans are seeing a new video this morning from Taylor Swift. Yes. Come on back to "Gma," Taylor. Talk to us about the video. So sexy called "I don't want to live forever" co-starring Zayn Malik
'Life at Vet U' Shows Vet Students Tackling Animal ER Challenges
New Animal Planet reality series shows how six University of Pennsylvania vet students react under pressure in animal emergencies.
Elephant in Thailand Falls Asleep 'Every Time' Caretaker Sings Her a Lullaby
Lullabies may have been created for children, but that hasn't stopped an elephant in Thailand from falling asleep when her caretaker sings one to her. Video posted on YouTube by the Save the Elephant Foundation shows Faamai the elephant with her caretaker, Lek Chailert, before she is put down for a
'River Monsters' Crew Saves Real-Life Castaway on Remote Australian Island
While filming on a remote island in Australia, the host and crew of Animal Planet ’s “River Monsters” came upon a man who had been stranded there, likely saving his life. Jeremy Wade, the show’s host, described the discovery to ABC News, saying: “We saw this blue and white plastic cooler box
'River Monsters' TV Crew Saves Castaway Stranded on Remote Island
The crew for the Animal Planet show was filming off the coast of Australia when they saw the stranded man.
'GMA' on Safari: 5 Must-See Moments From Inside Africa's 'Garden of Eden'
" Good Morning America " took viewers today on an immersive 360-degree virtual reality tour of one of the most breathtaking natural wonders in Africa. “GMA”'s Amy Robach reported live from Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater, which some call Africa's "Garden of Eden." This month, part of Africa's stunning
'GMA' on Safari: How Lions Greet Each Other
Wildlife expert Dave Salmoni of Animal Planet takes "GMA" on a guided tour of the lions in Tanzania.
“GOOD MORNING AMERICA” TAKES VIEWERS ON SAFARI LIVE FROM AFRICA’S SPECTACULAR “GARDEN OF EDEN” IN TANZANIA .
NEWS ANCHOR AMY ROBACH REPORTS ON POACHING EPIDEMIC THAT IS THREATENING THE CONTINENT’S MAJESTIC ANIMALS . FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NETWORK TELEVISION HISTORY GMA WILL OFFER A LIVE 360 DEGREE VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE ON ABCNEWS.COM/VR AND MOBILE DEVICES . ABC News’ “Good Morning America” continues