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The human senses are pretty incredible, but people only see, hear and smell a tiny fraction of what's out there; there is a hidden world that animals across the globe can experience.

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Helen Czerski and Patrick Aryee reveal how alligators use low pitch rumbles to make the water around them dance; they give a herd of elephants a hearing test.
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Exploring the extraordinary sense of sight in the animal world; Helen Czerski and Patrick Aryee reveal how caribou use ultraviolet light to avoid wolves.
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We explore the powerful world of scent and the animals that have pushed their sense of smell way beyond human abilities. In the Bahamas, Helen dives into shark-infested waters with only a small pouch of liquid as her defense.

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