Discovery Channel Canada has an ownership structure different from Discovery Channel. Canadian viewers receive almost identical English-language programming to the channel that American viewers watch, but with added Canadian content to meet Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission requirements. Most notably, the Canadian channel carries the daily science news show Daily Planet , originally @ , the first of its kind. Occasionally, several segments on similar topics are taken from various episodes and put together into one-hour specials that are broadcast on the original Discovery Channel. Through a brand licensing agreement with Bell Media , Discovery Channel Canada also operates Canadian versions of Discovery World HD , Discovery Health , Discovery Science , Investigation Discovery and Animal Planet .
The Fricot nugget weighs pounds ( kg) and is the largest surviving crystalline gold nugget from the California Gold Rush era. It was found at a mine in 1865 along the American River, near the location of Sutter's Mill where the gold rush started in 1848. Thought to be lost for many years, it was re-discovered in a safe deposit box in 1943 and ultimately ended up in the California State Mining and Mineral Museum. In September 2012, thieves broke into the museum and made off with nearly $2 million in gold and gems but fortunately couldn't beat the Fricot Nugget's alarm system.