Episode Detail: Camel Cowboys; Venice Burning; Africa Wild Update; Man-Eaters of Malawi - National Geographic Explorer
First imported into Australia to carry material through the outback, camels have flourished Down Under, doubling their population every seven years. With the advent of the railway, however, they were relegated to life in the wild, and became the target of ranchers, who consider them pests. Here, however, cowboys aim to demonstrate that the humped mammals can coexist with cattle and set out to round up a wild herd of camels. Also: the difficulties of putting out fires in Venice, where boats serve as the main mode of transportation.