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The battle for survival and adaptations that have been made by wildlife.

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aired 24 days ago
Exploring exotic residents of the dramatic and rugged coast of Brazil, from spinner dolphins to venomous snakes.
aired 24 days ago
Some of the most extraordinary animals on earth call the central plains of Brazil home, like the anteater and the maned wolf.
aired 24 days ago
Exploring various animals of the largest rainforest in the world, including the biggest bird of prey, which is capable of hunting monkeys.
aired 63 days ago
Jaguars that rule the bizarre and beautiful land of Pantanal, that switches from grassland to swamp and back each year following seasonal rains.
aired 106 days ago
Exploring creatures found nowhere else in the world that inhabit the Mata Atlantica forest, including the muriquui monkeys and the swifts that live behind the Iguazu Falls.

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