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The law of the wild is kill or be killed; learning how animals kill.

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aired 48 days ago
Facing threats from predators, child killers and nature, survivors use courage, wisdom and strength to make it against all odds.
aired 48 days ago
Stories of the journey to independence in the wild; learning to hung; mastering fighting; making huge decisions; taking gigantic steps.
aired 49 days ago
A unique look at the art of killing in the wild where the law is kill or be killed, but who wins and why is more complex.
aired 321 days ago
Animals go to great lengths to find, keep and defend their mates, as reproduction is key to passing on genes and keeping the species alive.
aired 637 days ago
The battle for dominance can be harsh, but power is the ultimate prize.
aired 637 days ago
Different animal species face trials and tribulations while fighting to further their bloodlines; a female capybara sacrifices one pup to save seven; elephants stand vigil over an unknown calf.

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