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Put up your dukes -- er, paws -- and prepare to discover epic, bone-shattering clashes between some of the world's deadliest predators. From lions, tigers and bears to meerkats, mongoose and mice, the series features testosterone-induced battles between some of the biggest, baddest and often surprising fighters in the animal kingdom, revealing the extraordinary motivations and strategies that fuel each incredible brawl.

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aired 405 days ago
The tactics that fearless creatures use when challenging the planet's baddest predators.
aired 406 days ago
A female leopard battles for her lunch and life against a bigger male; the competition among the world's largest great apes; the monitor lizard's tail-turned-weapon.
aired 178 days ago
Animals battle to defend territory, secure a meal or attract a mate; each species has its own weapons and rules of combat.
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Animal mothers wage war to protect their young; disputes over territory turn toxic.
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In the animal kingdom, mortal danger often comes from where it is least expected; animals go to great lengths to eat, protect their young, or pass on their bloodline.
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From African plains to the snow-covered wilds of North America, illustrations of how nature's deadliest battles are fought over turf, dominance and the right to mate.
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Fearless animals battle to the death using their teeth, jaws, claws and wits in the effort to survive across the world's harshest environments.
aired 13 days ago
Angry elephants rampage; hungry crocodiles battle brave lions; deadly ants turn against their own.
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Animals clash over power, revenge, mistaken identity and territory.
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Animals face off and fight for power.
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Discover the bone-shattering clashes between some of the planet's deadliest predators.
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The crucial moments that make the difference between death and survival for some of the world's deadliest predators.
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A showcase of nature's most brutal battle plans.
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The strongest, largest and meanest creatures on earth battle for food, mates, territory and more.
aired 13 days ago
The tactics that fearless creatures use when challenging the planet's baddest predators.
aired 30 days ago
A female leopard battles for her lunch and life against a bigger male; the competition among the world's largest great apes; the monitor lizard's tail-turned-weapon.
aired 180 days ago
An exploration of the planet's deadliest jaws, from animals with piercing canines that ambush their prey to slithering creatures with deadly fangs.
aired 8 days ago
A mother cheetah confronts the heavy weaponry of a Grants gazelle; three male lions try to take down a rhino.
aired 15 days ago
Lions go head to head; gray wolves challenge a grizzly bear; hippos battle; a monkey plans a mission to murder.
aired 60 days ago
A look at the secret tactics of ferocious feline fighters; featuring adrenaline-fueled battles from Africa and beyond.
aired 81 days ago
Animal fights from around the world.
aired 306 days ago
Animal kingdom fights and brawls from across the globe.
aired 306 days ago
The shark and the saltwater crocodile, two of Australia's most fearsome creatures, meet in battle; in Africa, two black rhinos duke it out.
aired 15 days ago
Some of the worlds angriest animals step into the arena and send fins thrashing and fur flying.
aired 37 days ago
The animal kingdom's craziest fighters fight in adrenaline-packed brawls from across the globe.
aired 515 days ago
Animals witnessed turning on their own kind.
aired 397 days ago
A badger's attempt to feed her children goes wrong; a hippo defends his family to the death; a fight between wild turkey.
aired 341 days ago
Animals fight to survive at extreme altitudes; a bald eagle in aerial combat; coyote pack fights.
aired 398 days ago
Life in the tropics; fatal violence when a tiger is hungry for territory; monster-sized lizards fight.
aired 400 days ago
Animals fight to stay alive; a grizzly bear's robbery gone wrong; a starling defends her home.
aired 498 days ago
Nature's shore dwellers battle along the world's coastlines.
aired 437 days ago
Iconic American animals involved in adrenaline-packed fights.
aired 15 days ago
Africa's wildest animals turn on their own kind; the toughest and meanest fights of the savannahs.

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