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Nature documentary program.

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aired 38 days ago
In the world's greatest rainforest, home to nearly half the world's species, more than 100 feet above the forest floor, Harpy eagles carry off full-grown monkeys.
aired 38 days ago
Stealthy jaguars prowl, army ants swarm and tarantulas bring down rodent prey as 2.5 million square miles of rain forest emerge teeming with predators.
aired 38 days ago
The Amazon rushes and recedes as the rainforest's terrestrial and aquatic realms battle for dominance.

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