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Not all animals are meant to be domesticated and kept as household pets. Many wild animals, by definition, are rough and rowdy, often leading to out-of-bounds behavior or savage instincts run amok. This series showcases jaw-dropping moments captured by cameras, including attacks on people and other animals, "believe it or not" encounters, and animals that portray human traits. Heroic acts of bravery, narrow escapes and unpredictable incidents are also featured in the hourlong episodes.

Latest episodes

aired 20 days ago
Sneaky creatures commit crazy acts, from macho street brawls to out-of-control collisions and animal escapes.
aired 21 days ago
A pair of giraffes battle viciously for dominance; a fisherman is caught by feeding alligators; a buffalo tosses a lion like a rag doll.
aired 21 days ago
The most treacherous animal mistakes; fearsome surprise attacks; bone-crushing collisions; predators in too deep and animals pushed too far.
aired 21 days ago
A great white comes between another shark and its meal; a capuchin monkey touches a power line; a python sinks its teeth into a crocodile.
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The animal kingdom's most amazing encounters; a python takes on prey much larger than own size and a fearless goose taunts a gorilla.
aired 21 days ago
A photo-bombing predator; a purse-snatching monkey; a parrot throws a tantrum.
aired 21 days ago
From the deepest seas to the tallest mountains, animals prove that when it comes to Mother Nature, there's always an exception to the rule.
aired 21 days ago
A group of fishermen meet a giant anaconda; beach goers witness a massive gathering of sharks; a researcher gets on the wrong side of a moose.
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The herd rushes to the rescue when a buffalo calf is attacked by a lion; a man and his GoPro stumble into a rattlesnake den.
aired 22 days ago
Whether it's out-of-bounds behavior or savage instincts, when animals act out, they're forces to be reckoned with.
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From sudden shocks and blindsiding attacks to jaw-dropping body slams and bone-rattling collisions, the animal kingdom is full of astonishing ambushes.
aired 27 days ago
Things get tricky when animals get up close and personal during daring rescues and close calls.
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A whale gets frighteningly close to some kayakers; a day at the pool for a family of bears.
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A French bulldog chases off three black bears in one risky standoff; a kitten finds itself in the middle of heavy traffic; a sea lion with major stamina shows that being out of water won't necessarily save it.
aired 28 days ago
Strange animal run-ins when a primate interrupts a traffic stop and a serpent joins a massage session.
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Llamas take over the streets in Arizona; an otter dodges a hungry orca; a shark takes its chances with a gang of hippos.
aired 28 days ago
Divers have a close call with a great white shark; a sea lion turns the tables on a Russian fisherman; a snow bunny survives an avalanche.
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A black bear chews a woman's kayak; elephants back a motorcyclist into a corner; a crocodile snatches an impala from a group of wild dogs.
aired 28 days ago
Animals go to extremes to survive when fight-or-flight instincts kick in and anything is possible.
aired 29 days ago
Animal conflicts, rebellious assaults and dangerous predators; a pack of lions surrounds a baby elephant; a parade horse reacts to loud noise; fish leap from a river.
aired 29 days ago
An elephant has a run-in with a carload of tourists; a lion's instincts won't be tamed; a tiny dog takes on armed robbers.

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