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Actor Patrick Stewart reveals the secret superpowers of the animal kingdom in a three-part documentary. It's a mix of action-packed location filming that follows scientists tracking and catching these extraordinary animals, stunning footage of extreme animal behavior, and CGI animation. In "Extreme Hunters," Stewart investigates the supersenses possessed by nature's most successful hunters, including the hammerhead shark and sperm whale; "Extreme Killers" unravels the superpowers of the alligator, peregrine falcon and army ant; and "Extreme Survivors" highlights ways in which animals combat enemies, such as octopuses that instantly change the color of their skin and eels that use a deadly electric bolt.

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aired 984 days ago
Patrick Stewart investigates the defensive tricks of the camouflaged octopus, electric eel, and regenerating salamander.
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Patrick Stewart looks at the abilities of some of nature's most successful killers including the alligator, peregrine falcon, and army ant.
aired 1,151 days ago
Patrick Stewart investigates the incredible senses of the hammerhead shark, python, pit viper, and sperm whale.

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