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Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): Time Lapse: Mountain High Meditating Maple
Watch as Pete and crew bring this mountain high meditation retreat to life.
Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): Time Lapse: Mountain High Meditating Maple
Watch as Pete and crew bring this mountain high meditation retreat to life.
Treehouse Masters: Time Lapse: Sky-High Redwood Retreat
See how this sky-high redwood retreat soared to new heights in this time-lapse video of the build.
Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): A Treehouse for Tree People
Pete creates a climber's haven for an arboreal couple that rivals his love of trees. With 17-foot high ceilings and open-frame timber rafters, this Kentucky tree climbing duo can harness up and dangle from both inside and out of their new treehouse.
Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): Time Lapse: Honeycomb Hideaway
Watch as Pete and crew bring this honeycomb-shaped treehouse to life.
Treehouse Masters: Beam Me Up Toyota
Pete enlists a new team member to lift giant beams into the trees and save on chiropractor bills.
Treehouse Masters Season 2: Toyota Teamwork
Pete enlists a new team member to lift giant beams into the trees.
Treehouse Masters: Black Bear Bungalow Reveal
Take a peek at the magical moment when this beautiful treetop bungalow is unveiled to its owners, who embrace it with childlike glee.
Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): A Honeycomb Treehouse, but With Special Walls
Alison and Donald are looking for a relaxing treehouse that resembles a beehive.
Treehouse Masters Season 3 (repackage): Time Lapse: Coolest Treehouse Ever
It's a brand-new season of Treehouse Masters, which means we've got even more time lapses to explore!
Treehouse Masters: No Beard? No Problem!
Pete Nelson experiences the honor of a lifetime - he becomes an honorary member of the Fraternal Order of Real Bearded Santas!
Treehouse Masters: Behind The Build: Levitating Lighthouse
Pete gives us an exclusive tour of the Levitating Lighthouse!
Episode 1: Nelson Family Treehouse
Pete Nelson takes you behind the build of a spectacular treehouse he gave to his daughter as a housewarming present. What a gift!
Episode 2: Sunrise Daycare
The Treehouse Masters team has just completed a project for a camp for kids that have cancer. Take a look!
Episode 3: Mind Bending Maple
Take a look at this glorious treehouse, built in a beautiful silver maple tree.
Episode 4: Magical Party Pad
What a place to throw a party! Take a look at this build from the Treehouse Masters team.
Meet the Sloths: Tiny Baby Sloth Gets the Onesie Treatment
Baby sloth gets treatment for mange mites and gets wrapped in a onesie.
Meet The Sloths: Treating a Tiny Rescue Baby
Judy and Marcello give emergency treatment to a tiny rescue baby sloth. After rehydrating the baby and successfully feeding her for the first time her future begins to look more promising.
Meet The Sloths: Poor Test
Melinda has experienced the full power for the costa rica weather for the first time since she had enter the enclosure six month ago.
Meet The Sloths: Baby Jessie Dies
It is a sad day at the sloth sanctuary when the youngest sloth at the centre, Jessie, is found dead after failing to recover from a vicious diarrhoea bug.
Meet The Sloths: Stuffed Toy Replaces Sloth Mother
Becky helps Punkin to choose a stuffed toy to take back to his incubator. Baby sloths usually spend six months clinging to their mothers so when a sloth is orphaned it helps to give them a stuffed toy that they can hug to replicate the role of ...
Meet The Sloths: Mother and Baby Sloth Kissing
It is always a worry that young sloth mothers may reject their babies. However, teenage mother Sofia seems to have embraced motherhood completely to the point of washing baby Lola's face with kisses.
Meet The Sloths: Sloth Climbs a Visitor
A sloth climbs the body of a male visitor to the sloth sanctuary, who finds the sloth's odour particularly strong.
Meet The Sloths: Poisoned Sloth
The sanctuary vets race to rescue the life of a poisoned sloth rescued from a remote farm.
Redwood Kings Season 1B: The Crew Puts the Coney Island Shooting Gallery to the Test
It has been a long road to getting the intricate old-timey shooting gallery completed, and to celebrate, the team takes it for a spin.
Redwood Kings Season 1B: A Mansion for Holly Madison's Chickens
John and his crew head to Las Vegas to plan an amazing new structure to house the chickens Holly Madison and her husband Pasquale keep in their backyard.
Redwood Kings Season 1B: A Clever Way to Keep Ron from Talking
Ron sits down to cast a mold for a new shooting gallery character, which leaves him, quite literally, speechless and in the dark.
Redwood Kings Season 1B: Fart Jokes Never Get Old
The Daniels Wood Land crew reveals the completed clubhouse to one happy and excited family.
Redwood Kings Season 1B: Zipline Straight into a Dilapidated Mine
What better way to zipline than to zipline into a Daniels Wood Land creation?
Redwood Kings Season 1B: A Giant Treehouse to Grow Into
The Daniels Wood Land crew reveals the completed clubhouse to one happy and excited family.
Redwood Kings: A Lesson in Chainsaw Carving
Take a trip to John's carving cabana and learn how he makes such intricate carvings with a chainsaw.
Redwood Kings lifts: Two Boats, One Massive Job
Mike's hard work on the Brookville Aquatarium's Ontario and Kingston ship builds proves to be a largue undertaking - but a massive success.
Finding Bigfoot: Bigfoot in Virginia?
The Finding Bigfoot team investigates video of a Virginia man riding an ATV up a creek. In the footage, a blurred figure, believed by some to be a sasquatch, is seen in the distance.
Finding Bigfoot: Listening For the Sounds of Bigfoot
The team breaks out the parabolic mic in order to hear the sounds of bigfoot.
Finding Bigfoot: A Hunter's Bigfoot Encounter
Tim, the host of an Ohio radio show, recounts a Bigfoot sighting from 1992. Is he telling the truth?
Finding Bigfoot: Biologist Sees Bigfoot Up Close
A local biologist takes the Finding Bigfoot team to the spot where he believes that he saw Bigfoot and explains to them what happened.
Finding Bigfoot: Bigfoot Spotted in Rhode Island?
The Finding Bigfoot team is in Rhode Island to investigate a blurry video of what some claim is a Bigfoot roaming the countryside. Is there a Bigfoot in Rhode Island?
Finding Bigfoot: What Is That?
The team is fishing for Bigfoot in the Molalla Forest and hear a noise. Have they finally found proof that Bigfoot exists?
Finding Bigfoot: "I Saw Bigfoot"
A 12-year-old boy describes a face-to-face encounter with the largest legendary creature around, Bigfoot. Did he really witness a sasquatch?
Finding Bigfoot: Ranae Mimics Bigfoot
Ranae challenges an eyewitness's story by trying to mimic a Bigfoot bounding down a steep hill. Her attempt leaves Cliff chuckling.
Finding Bigfoot: Bigfoot Video a Hoax?
The team heads to investigate some new video evidence shot by a controversial figure in the bigfoot community. After analyzing the film, the team comes to some interesting conclusions.
Finding Bigfoot: Chasing Bigfoot at Night
When Matt Moneymaker captures a thermal image of what he thinks might be a sasquatch, he takes off and runs after it... in the dark. Ranae and Bobo confront him when he gets back and things get a little testy.
Finding Bigfoot: A Howl In the Woods
The bigfoot team descends on a Georgia forest with night vision and thermal imaging cameras. They take turns "calling out," but when something seems to call back, they are stunned.
Finding Bigfoot: Large Footprints
While researching a bigfoot sighting in northern Georgia, the team comes across a pair of large footprints and decide that, yes, these were made by a sasquatch.
Finding Bigfoot: A Sasquatch Nearby?
On a night hunt, Matt and Cliff call back and forth to one another. In response, they hear a strange knocking sound. Could a sasquatch be nearby?
Finding Bigfoot: Ohio a Bigfoot Hot Spot
A town hall meeting in Ohio shakes out some rather chilling stories of bigfoot encounters, including a recording of a possible bigfoot yell. Is it real?
Finding Bigfoot: Sasquatch in My Backyard
The team investigates an eyewitness account of a sasquatch seeking refuge in a Kentucky hay barn. Can this story be real?
Finding Bigfoot: Police Cruiser Evidence
The bigfoot team is in Georgia to investigate a series of sightings. Their first stop is to talk to a police officer, who captured an image of what she believes is a sasquatch on her cruiser's dashboard camera.
Finding Bigfoot: Real vs. Fake Evidence
The bigfoot team explains how they can tell real evidence from fake. Since only a few pieces of what they deem real evidence exist, it's fairly easy for them to spot a fake.
Finding Bigfoot: Chasing Bigfoot
The team aren't pleased when Matt runs off after a possible sighting.
Finding Bigfoot: Mountain Bigfoot
A hiker photographs what appears to be a Sasquatch on the top of SIlver Star Mountain in southern Washington State, can the FBRO team prove it one way or another?
Finding Bigfoot: Thermal Footage
The BFRO team investigate thermal footage shot by Bigfoot witness Mike Greene, could it be a Sasquatch?
Finding Bigfoot: Big Footprints
Cliff makes a remarkable discovery whilst surveying a forest trail.
Finding Bigfoot: Greasy Handprint
Evidence of a Sasquatch is left on a window in the form of a greasy oily handprint.
Finding Bigfoot: Sasquatch Advice
SeminoleTribal Elder Herbert Jim offers some advice to a Florida couple who are living in close proximity to what could be a Sasquatch.
Finding Bigfoot: Rapid Sighting
The team venture down the rapids to gain some size comparisons to some previous footage of an apparent Bigfoot.
Finding Bigfoot: Night Howling
The BFRO listen out for a Sasquatch call when they play back some howling through a speaker system deep in the forest.
River Monsters: A Really Big Piranha
A really big piranha winds up on the end of Jeremy Wade's line. Meet the black piranha, the biggest piranha species, and listen carefully for the sound of its powerful jaws.
River Monsters: Piranha Killers
A piranha killer would have to be particularly vicious, right? Jeremy Wade gets in to the water to find out what could possibly go up against such a bloodthirsty fish.
River Monsters: Turtle Strikes Like a Snake
A giant soft-shell turtle strikes like a snake with its long, retractable neck, giving River Monsters host Jeremy Wade an unexpected shock.
River Monsters: Battling an Arapaima
Jeremy Wade hooks an enormous Arapaima deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle. This proud, massive fish won't go down without a fight.
River Monsters: Muscular Amazon Catfish
Jeremy Wade lands a catfish so large he has to lead it to land by boat so that he can see it up close. You wouldn't want this guy swimming around your feet!
River Monsters: The Demon Fish
The "Demon Fish," better known as the goliath tigerfish, is Africa's equivalent of the piranha, only much, much bigger. Its double-hinged jaw full of crocodile teeth is truly the stuff of nightmares.
River Monsters: Hooking a Goliath Tigerfish
After 3 weeks and 3 unsuccessful attempts, Jeremy Wade finally gets the "demon fish" he was after. Behold: the goliath tigerfish.
River Monsters: Giant Death Ray
Behold the death ray! This giant freshwater stingray is the largest river fish Jeremy Wade has ever seen. It takes six people to flip the huge animal over for measurements.
River Monsters: Catching a Bullseye Snakehead
Snakeheads are an invasive species in the United States. Jeremy Wade catches a bullseye snakehead, a carnivorous Asian fish, in a small Florida stream.
River Monsters: Killer Congo Catfish
Jeremy Wade catches a catfish in the Congo so powerful that it could possibly drag someone to their death. Just imagine what an adult-sized version of this fish can do.
River Monsters: Massive White Sturgeon
Jeremy Wade discovers an Alaskan monster: the white sturgeon, an ancient fish that can grow up to 20 feet long. At merely 9 feet, Jeremy's catch is one of the largest freshwater fish he's ever hooked.
River Monsters: Hungry Nile Perch
In search of a giant Nile perch, Jeremy catches a "small" one.... and it's hungry! It didn't even bother to chew the bait; it just swallowed it whole.
River Monsters: Hooking a Giant Bull Shark
Jeremy Wade hooks a giant bull shark in an African river. This is his biggest freshwater catch ever, and the longest fight of his life.
River Monsters: Carp Chomped by Bull Shark
Jeremy Wade examines the remains of a monster-sized carp, pulled out of an African river only moments after being bitten in half by a monster-sized bull shark.
Whale Wars: Attack Gone Wrong
After a successful pass, the Steve Irwin goes back for more and bites off more than they can chew. The captain may pay dearly for it...
Whale Wars: Deploying the Prop Fouler
The Delta gets close enough to the Yushin Maru #2 to deploy a prop fouler, a device that's purpose is to tangle the propeller of the ship in its path.
Whale Wars: Tailed by Two Ships
The crew of both the Bob Barker and the Steve Irwin realize that the tables have turned. Instead of chasing the whalers, the whalers are now following them and relaying their position to the factory ship.
Whale Wars: Making Slime Powder
In this deleted scene, a Sea Shepherd explains how they wrap up "slime powder," which when thrown onto a whaling ship and combined with water, make a slippery mess.
Whale Wars: One in a Million Shot
In this deleted scene, the crew of the Gojira attempts to fire a butryic acid bomb into a whaling ship's air intake system. Can the Sea Shephereds make this one in a million shot?
Whale Wars: Tour of the Ady Gil
Take a tour of the Ady Gil. Captain Pete Bethune showcases all the little things you need to know about the Sea Shepherds' fastest ship.
Whale Wars: Technology of the Ady Gil
What makes the Ady Gil so special? Captain Pete Bethune highlights the features of the Ady Gil that make it one of the world's most unique boats!
Whale Wars: The Ady Gil Haircut
With the radar fixed and the Ady Gil crew ready to go to the Southern Ocean, captain Pete Bethune decides haircuts are in order for the new crew!
Whale Wars: Stopping the Nisshin Maru
After an unsuccessful prop fouling attempt on the Nisshin Maru, the Ady Gil gets a second chance with a steel reinforced rope... and they make the most of it, stopping the Nisshin Maru in its tracks!
Whale Wars: The Crash That Made Headlines
You've seen the news coverage and heard the story from both sides. Now... see the crash of the Ady Gil unfold as it was captured by the production crew!
Whale Wars: The Shepherd's Crook
Sea Shepherd goes on full attack, attaching a tracking device to the Nisshin Maru, then attempting to prop foul the ship with the "Shepherd's Crook." They top it off by tossing smoke bombs and flares into the ship's protective netting.
Whale Wars: Tactics: LRADs
Often used by riot police in crowd control situations, an LRAD (or Long Range Acoustic Device) disrupts the hearing of all it comes into contact with. It can also disrupt electrical equipment and cause permanent deafness.
Whale Wars: The Flexibility of Steel
Once again the Steve Irwin finds itself in a deadly ice field and the ship's hull can't take much more. Simon and Arne are on call to make sure the hull doesn't fill with water when the cameraman abandons them!
Whale Wars: Blocking the Slipway
The Bob Barker has been blocking the slipway of the Nisshin Maru for about 12 hours. Suddenly, a harpoon ship moves in aggressively towards the Bob and the crew is forced to take action. Will they collide in open water?
Whale Wars: Viking Shores: Passports Please
Police board the Steve Irwin and the possibility that Paul Watson will be arrested seems imminent.
Whale Wars: Testing the Spud Gun
The crew of Sea Shepherd's newest vessel practice shooting a "spud gun" that they somehow got through Australian customs.
Whale Wars: Dangerous Underwater Mission
A fouled propeller threatens to ruin the interceptor's engine, so James is sent on a dangerous underwater mission to save the ship.
Whale Wars: A Final Resting Place
Before Chris returns to port, Captain Watson has one final mission for him. Will it convince him to stay?
Whale Wars: Just Over the Horizon
The Sea Shepherds continue their search for the Nisshin Maru, but are stuck behind icebergs. Will they be able to find the main ship behind the swells?
Whale Wars: Meet Campbell Holland
Campbell Holland is the chief engineer on the Sea Shepherds' Bob Barker. He's known for his hands on approach.
Whale Wars: Inside the Sea Shepherd
Tour the ins and outs of Sea Shepherd's ship, the Steve Irwin, their "little satellite on planet earth."
Whale Wars: Operation Divine Wind
The Japanese have invested $29M in security upgrades and are headed back to the Southern Ocean to continue their whaling operations. Paul Watson and Sea Shepherd are headed back as well and the two parties are on a collision course!
Whale Wars: Surrender Your Flag
In this deleted scene, Australian Customs arrive at the dock to deliver some news: the Sea Shepherds will need to remove their coveted flag. Will Captain Watson surrender to their demands?
Whale Wars: Boarding Mission a Success
In the middle of the night three Australian citizens board the Shonan Maru in an attempt to slow down the Japanese vessel enough for the Steve Irwin to escape. The crew members are on board... will the plan succeed?
Whale Wars: Running a Dangerous Gauntlet
The Bob Barker is surrounded by two whaling ships towing prop fouling cables. The harpoon ships hope to slow the Bob Barker down enough for the Nisshin Maru to escape. The situation is tense and the Sea Shepherds are getting desperate!
Whale Wars: Plugging the Shonan Maru 2
The small boat team embarks on a mission to plug the Shonan Maru #2 while traveling at high speed. Will it work?
Whale Wars: Blood and Sweat
Campbell and Pottsy are trying to stop a leak in the hull of the Bob Barker when the ship hits a huge swell. Campbell is left injured and bleeding... welcome to the campaign!
Whale Wars: Stranded at Sea
The Sea Shepherds encounter a potentially life-threatening problem when a mechanical issue forces the small boats to take refuge behind an iceberg. Will they survive the freezing temperatures?
Whale Wars: A Call for Help
The Steve Irwin's search for the Nisshin Maru is put on hold when the Sea Shepherds receive a call to help search for a missing yacht in the Ross Sea.
Whale Wars: The Lost Sailors
After failing to find any survivors, the New Zealand Coast Guard calls off the mission to find the missing Norwegian crew. For many, the final goodbye is painful.
Whale Wars: A Slingshot Attack
When a Japanese reconnaissance ship make another pass on the Bob Barker, Chuck Swift decides that he has had enough. Refusing to back down, he orders a full-on attack.
Whale Wars: Stir Crazy
The crew is getting a case of cabin fever after being at sea for so long. Watch their antics including the first Sea Shepherd Sing-A-Long!
Whale Wars: Stink Bombs
Sea Shepherd crew members discuss their non-violent techniques of throwing butyric acid (rotten butter) and Methocel (a slippery liquid normally used to coat tablets) on to the decks of Japanese whaling ships.
Whale Wars: Tactics: The Helicopter
Apart from the radar, the helicopter is the eyes and ears of Sea Shepherd. The helicopter can travel ahead to scout for the Japanese as well as report back about ice patterns and weather conditions.
Whale Wars: Great Beginnings
In this deleted scene, Peter Hammarstedt informs the crew that, compared to previous Sea Shepherd campaigns, this year is off to perhaps the best start yet.
Whale Wars: In Times of Confrontation
Peter Hammarstedt tells the butyric acid throwers about their jobs, then plays a special video message from Kim McCoy, Executive Director of Sea Shepherd. [Deleted Scene]
Whale Wars: Scientific Research
The Japanese write "Scientific Research" on their ships to underline that they're operating under an international law that allows them to kill up to a certain amount of whales every year for scientific research. [Episode 1]
Whale Wars: Life of a Deckhand
Sure, the deckhands get to man the outboard boats and chase down the Japanese whalers, but on their off days they get to clean showers and toilets. A pirate's life for me! [Deleted Scene]
Whale Wars: A Failed Attack
Unable to effectively attack the Nisshin Maru from the Steve Irwin, Sea Shepherd launch their outboard boats, but they don't get very far before disaster strikes. [Episode 4]
Whale Wars: On Course for Collision
The Steve Irwin is on a collision course with the Japanese whaling ship Yushin Maru #2. Will Sea Shepherd avoid a collision or stay on course? [Episode 2]
Whale Wars: Security Breach
In this deleted scene, when Paul Watson learns of an email sent by a crew member that compromises the Steve Irwin's position, he has that crew member dismissed from the boat immediately.
Whale Wars: The Crazy Ivan
The Steve Irwin performs a "Crazy Ivan," a nautical maneuver in which the vessel turns 180 degrees. Paul Watson is hoping that this maneuver causes the ship following them to retreat! [Deleted Scene]
Whale Wars: The Ady Gil
With the addition of the Ady Gil to the Sea Shepard fleet, Paul Watson is hoping to have a fast boat that harasses the harpoon ships while the Steve Irwin goes after the factory ships!
Whale Wars: Iceberg Waterslide
The crew of the Ady Gil scale a floating iceberg to gather fresh water. On the way down, Pete Bethune decides it would make a really great waterslide!
Whale Wars: A Life Destroyed
Pete Bethune spent four years of his life and over a million dollars building the Ady Gil. Hear his thoughts as he watches his vessel sink to the bottom of the Southern Ocean.
Whale Wars: Viking Shores: Whale Graveyard
The Sea Shepherd crew discover where the skeletal remains of the pilot whales are being disposed of.
Whale Wars: The Empty Life Raft
After hours of searching for the missing Norwegian sailboat, the Steve Irwin makes a devastating discovery.
Whale Wars: Meet Chris Aultman
Meet Chris Aultman, veteran Sea Shepherd and the pilot of the ship's helicopter.
Whale Wars: The Sea Shepherd Boys
See all the new male faces for this year's Sea Shepherd campaign in the Southern Ocean.
Whale Wars: Planning a Night Attack
Sea Shepherd plans for a dangerous nighttime attack on the Japanese harpoon vessel.
Whale Wars: The Kitchen Crew
The kitchen crew on the Steve Irwin gets a little creative with the vegan menu... much to the happiness of the rest of the Sea Shepherds!
Whale Wars: Spy Ship
Peter delivers some good news to the crew about the Japanese spy ship that has been following them.
Whale Wars: Safety Drill
Pottsy is given a new job... safety officer! Watch him drill the crew and put in some new regulations.
Whale Wars: Failed Attempt
A slow launch leaves the boarding party in doubt of accomplishing their mission. Watch them try to salvage their opportunity.
Whale Wars: Suit Up!
The boarding party has been chosen and it is all women! Their first order of business is to find some warm gear for their excursion.
Whale Wars: The Delta Capsizes
During a routine drill to lower the Delta into the water, the boat capsizes, endangering the lives of the crew members on board.
Whale Wars: A Lifelong Struggle
The Japanese whalers end their season early and the Sea Shepherds reflect back on their struggle to end commercial whaling.
Whale Wars: Mad Scientists
In the hull of the Bob Barker, the engineers are tasked with coming up with new ways to launch projectiles at the whaling ships... this is going to be fun!
Whale Wars: Anger Management
Laura Dakin teaches the deckies aboard the Steve Irwin how to get their aggression out in the ship's galley.
Whale Wars: Whaling Fleet Found
After weeks at sea, the Steve Irwin finally spots a whaling vessel. The crew is euphoric that they have a real chance to have their best campaign ever!
Whale Wars: CO2 Leak on Bardot
In this deleted scene the crew of the Brigitte Bardot discovers a CO2 leak on board. If they had not caught it in time, it could have seriously injured the crew.
Whale Wars: Meet Alex Cornelissen
Alex Cornelissen, new to "Whale Wars," is the new captain of the Bob Barker. Find out what makes this seasoned boatman tick.
Whale Wars: Meet Matt Smith
Matt Smith, new to "Whale Wars," hails from Wisconsin. A deckhand and crane operator for the Bob Barker, Matt believes that all animals deserve a voice.
The Making of Whale Wars: Filming the Charge
In Chapter Two of this original web series, the "Whale Wars" film crew describes what they had to endure in order to document the Sea Shepherds as they charged the whaling ships.
The Making of Whale Wars: Clashes and Collisions
How do the cameramen do their job amid the flashbangs, butyric acid and ship-to-ship collisions seen on Whale Wars? When lives may be at risk, do they keep filming?
The Making of Whale Wars: Getting the Shot
Have you ever wondered how the Whale Wars film crew gets all that incredible footage? The cameramen reveal the secrets behind the most iconic shots from the show.
Whale Wars: The Boat-Launching Checklist
In this deleted scene from Whale Wars Series 2, Quartermaster Jane Taylor initiates a boat-launching checklist, but it doesn't go down very well with First Mate Peter Brown.
Whale Wars: Vegans on Board
Hot vegan meals are served three times a day on the Steve Irwin, Sea Shepherd's ship.
Whale Wars: Warrant Meeting
The captain calls a meeting to discuss the upcoming boarding of a Japanese whaling vessel.
Whale Wars: The Whalers Head Home
An official press release hits the wire confirming the news that the Japanese are indeed ending their whaling season early.
Whale Wars: Paintballing a Whaling Ship
As part of their plan to damage The Shonan Maru 2, the team decides to send out the Delta team for attack.
Whale Wars: Humpback Whale Sighting
The Ady Gil comes alongside a pod of humpback whales. It reminds the crew why they became Sea Shepherds.
Whale Wars: Whalers Throw Flashbangs
In a boat-to-boat confrontation with the Japanese whalers, the Sea Shepherds deploy a new version of their prop fouler from previous campaigns. When they get too close to the whaling vessel the Japanese crew starts throwing flashbangs!
Whale Wars: Boys and Their Toys
In this deleted scene, the crew of the Brigette Bardot prepares for an encounter with Japanese whalers by testing all the tools and toys they have brought with them!
The Making of Whale Wars: The Idea
In Chapter One of this original web series, the team responsible for creating and producing "Whale Wars" reveals what inspired the show, how it began and what it was like to see first footage.
The Making of Whale Wars: The Elements
While Sea Shepherd battles the whalers, the "Whale Wars" film crew finds themselves battling the most brutal weather on the planet in order to capture each moment.
Whale Wars: Signs of Whaling
The Sea Shepherds have finally found the Nisshin Maru. Unfortunately it appears that they have arrived too late: a whale carcass is spotted on the deck.
Whale Wars: Raw Whale Kill
WARNING: You are about to view graphic raw footage from Whale Wars: Season 2 showing a minke whale being harpooned and shot by Japanese whalers. [Deleted Scene]
The Making of Whale Wars: Reflections
In our conclusion to "The Making of Whale Wars," the creators of the show reflect on the impact of this groundbreaking documentary television series.
Whale Wars: Is It Difficult to Film Whale Wars?
The producers of Whale Wars reveal how challenging it is to film this series. The film crew has to face every challenge that the Sea Shepherds do.