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Featuring never before heard facts about some truly incredible animals.

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aired 183 days ago
Tigers have the strength of 13 men and their tongue has teeth; polar bears can regenerate their own bones and may provide a cure for diabetes.
aired 398 days ago
Frogs may just be the key to human immortality; cat's purrs may help keep astronauts alive in space.
aired 398 days ago
Owls can see with their ears and may be able to hear if a mouse is pregnant; the rhinoceros has skin that sweats blood.
aired 398 days ago
Pigs can detect smells buried two stories underground; a dog's nose can take you to court.
aired 398 days ago
Raccoons can scale tall objects by changing the shape of their skeletons; the octopus pumps its blood with three hearts.
aired 399 days ago
An elephant is strong enough to push a two-ton truck and an orangutan has the strength of seven men; elephants an orangutans are both very intelligent creatures.
aired 399 days ago
The mantis shrimp has a punch as strong as a bullet; the lion's roar can be heard by other lions 30 miles away.
aired 695 days ago
Crows are as smart as dolphins and can talk like parrots; wolves can hunt for three days straight in a territory the size of Delaware.
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Revealing fascinating facts about the polar bear, the super-powered dog and an animal you have probably never heard of - the mantis shrimp.
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This episode explores the huge rhinoceros, the deadly tiger and the tough-but-tiny naked mole rat.
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Exploring the massive elephant, the elusive octopus and the adorable house cat.
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Revealing surprising facts about the pig, the wolf and the crow.
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Exploring the impressive lion, the versatile frog and the king of nighttime stealth: the owl.
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This episode examines awesome orangutans, brainy raccoons and a large cat with a lot of surprising secrets.

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