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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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Animal mothers wage war to protect their young; disputes over territory turn toxic.
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Revealing the science and tactics behind nature's deadliest battles.
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Animals battle for territory, food and mating rights across the globe.
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Animals battle for territory, food and mating rights across the globe.
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Animals across the globe battle for territory, food and mating rights.
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Discover the bone-shattering clashes between some of the planet's deadliest predators.
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An exploration of the planet's deadliest jaws, from animals with piercing canines that ambush their prey to slithering creatures with deadly fangs.
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Some of the worlds angriest animals step into the arena and send fins thrashing and fur flying.
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Animals fight the elements and each other for survival; golden eagles fight for food in Siberia; markhor goats fight in the mountains of Pakistan.
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Africa's wildest animals turn on their own kind; the toughest and meanest fights of the savannahs.
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The science behind the never-ending battles of the animal kingdom.
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Deadly battles for supremacy in the animal kingdom.
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Nature's greatest warriors go head-to-head.
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Nature's most brutal battles, where size does not matter and there are no guaranteed victories.
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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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Life in the wild is a constant battle and animals go to incredible lengths to survive.
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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.
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Nature's shore dwellers battle along the world's coastlines.
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The animal kingdom's craziest fighters fight in adrenaline-packed brawls from across the globe.
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Animals witnessed turning on their own kind.

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