Shawn Heinrichs recalls how he rescued a manta ray that was caught in a fishing line.
A Manta Ray Rescue
Meet some of the world's rarest amphibians, housed inside the frogPOD. Did you know that up to half of all frog species could be gone in the next 20 years?
The Very Last Frogs
Will future generations look back on this time period as the time when we allowed all these amazing creatures to vanish? Dr. Jane Goodall believes education is the key to beating mass extinction.
Jane Goodall on Preventing Mass Extinction
The Cornell Wild Acoustical Laboratory has been collecting animal sounds since the 1930s. Among their collections are animals that have gone extinct.
The Sounds of Extinction
How was Racing Extinction's mobile projection vehicle created? Learn more about the vehicle's unbelievable features - including its electroluminescent paint job, which is the first of its kind.
Creating A Better Car
Marine conservationist Shawn Heinrichs explains how his life was once saved by a shark hook that he wears around his neck every day.
Shawn's Shark Hook Necklace
The biggest factor in mass extinction is converting natural animal habitat to land used for food production. See how our way of producing food is contributing to a major pollution problem.
A Major Methane Problem
In this behind the scenes clip, filmmaker Louie Psihoyos explains why he and his team decided to make a mark on New York City with the Empire State Building projections.
A team of artists and activists expose the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way we see the world. Watch Racing Extinction with the world Wed Dec 2 9/8c.
Racing Extinction: Sneak Peek
Watch the inspiring story of how photographer Joel Sartore and the Audubon Society are helping save a rare sparrow teetering on the brink of extinction due to habitat loss.
Saving Species: The Grasshopper Sparrow
Scientists and experts explain the effect that skyrocketing carbon dioxide levels are having on our oceans and coral reefs - and why it matters.
Reduce Carbon, Save Species
Sharks have survived 4 mass extinctions and ruled our oceans for over 400 million years, yet humans have caused their population to decrease by 90-99% in the past 100 years.
Why Sharks Matter
Meet the team behind Racing Extinction -- undercover filmmakers working to save vulnerable species and helping combat the mass extinction currently unfolding.
Meet the Filmmakers Behind Racing Extinction
Follow the Racing Extinction team as they test a new camera that records carbon dioxide emissions in infrared.
FLIR: The Invisible Made Visible
Humans are rapidly driving many species to extinction. Hear the song of the last Kauai O’o bird and learn more about what is causing these mass extinctions.
The Song of the Last Kauai O’o Bird