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Africa is home to some of the deadliest creatures of all, and in this series, you'll see them.

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aired 21 days ago
Vunerable babies in the wild fight to survive to adulthood using cunning strategies to outwit the dangers they face.
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The African bush is thick with thieves; every animal must fight for what is theirs; in this land of cunning and mischief, when the going gets tough, even the most surprising characters are forced to turn to the dark side.
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Discover life in the African wilderness as animals use their skills and weapons to survive.
aired 78 days ago
Africa is home to some of the deadliest creatures of all, and in this series, you'll see them.
aired 78 days ago
Jaws of a moray eel; strike speed of a puff adder snake and more of deadly animal weapons.
aired 78 days ago
Surviving in the animal kingdom alone is difficult; these animals improve the odds in a team; each gang with a territory and each territory a war.
aired 78 days ago
Giants who still roam the planet long after the age of dinosaurs; super sized bodies, thick skin, sharp teeth and bad attitudes.
aired 78 days ago
Big cats are at the top of the food chain in Africa, where every hunt is a deadly execution of power, stealth and speed.
aired 78 days ago
A closer look at where predator's begin; Africa's rookie predators still have many lessons to learn.
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Fast and furious animals run a race for the ultimate prize: their lives.
aired 127 days ago
Having perfected their game thousands of years ago, sharks are the rulers of the seas.
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In Southern Africa, an animal's instinct to move is the key to its survival.
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Animals play a deadly game of hide-and-seek on the plains of Botswana.
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Animals across the Kalahari develop a range of superpowers in order to survive.
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On the fierce battlegrounds of Botswana, being in a gang is a matter of life or death.
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Africa is a land where life competes tooth and claw, and predator and prey have evolved to blend in.
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They are sneaky, creative and cunning, but Africa's creepy killers have just as much skill for the kill.
aired 134 days ago
Across Africa, predators have adapted some of the deadliest weaponry on Earth.
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Fierce families fight their enemies, and sometimes among themselves, to survive.
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The will to survive is a powerful force, but in Africa, sometimes animals just behave badly.
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African animals compete against each other to survive, but also learn to pull together for real success.

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