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Assignment Discovery: Anatomy of a Jellyfish
Did you know jellyfish have no brains? On Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery," watch how jellyfish use their nerves to swim and catch food.
Deadliest Catch: Back In Action
Check out this clip to get an exclusive look at the Deadliest Catch crew back in action.
Deadliest Catch: Burning Slime
While fishing the Slime Banks on the Time Bandit, crewman Eddie Uwekoolani finds a clever way to deal with stinging jellyfish slime.
Deadliest Catch: Burning Through Bait
Captain Bill's Kodiak is on a great run until the boat runs out of bait.
Deadliest Catch: Jake Calls Home
On the Northwestern, Cornelia Marie's Jake Harris gets some birthday wishes from Captain Phil.
Deadliest Catch: Jake Masters The Hook
Jake Anderson earns an "Iron Man" title when he finally gets a chance to work the hook aboard the Cornelia Marie.
Deadliest Catch: Jake's Breakfast Challenge
Jake Harris tries to make breakfast for the Northwestern crew but heavy seas and Edgar's hazing give Jake a rough time.
Deadliest Catch: Jake's Farewell Pots
The Northwestern's Jake Anderson wraps up his stint as a Cornelia Marie deckhand but he's sorry to say good-bye.
Deadliest Catch: Nautical Collision
Check out this clip to get an exclusive look at the Deadliest Catch crew back in action.
Deadliest Catch: Sneaking Bad Bait
Keith flips out when he discovers that the Wizard deckhands have been recycling bait if only because they're afraid to tell the captain that they're running out.
Deadliest Catch: Wild Bill Confesses
Wild Bill calls the Time Bandit to inform them that he hired one of their deckhands.
Discover Magazine: Jellyfish
Jellyfish are relatives of sea anemones and coral. They do not have skeletons, eyes or brains. Learn more about jellyfish on Discovery Channel's "Discover Magazine."
Discover Magazine: Jellyfish Eating Patterns
Jellyfish are one of nature's least understood animals. They are able to navigate through turbulent seas. Learn more about jellyfish and their eating habits on Discovery Channel's "Discover Magazine."
Life: Filming Creatures of the Deep
"Creatures of the Deep" producer Neil Lucas and others offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this episode.
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