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Taking a closer look at just how unbelievably large and dangerous predators can grow to be if left unchecked.

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aired 211 days ago
Scientists believe the longest snake in the world, the python, could one day grow to be the size of its ancient relative.
aired 674 days ago
Investigating the Komodo dragon, which can grow to 10 feet long and 300 pounds, is the world's largest lizard and scientists believe has a genetic link to reach even larger proportions.
aired 825 days ago
Investigating the saltwater crocodile, the largest of all living reptiles, and one of the few animals that's a documented man-eater.

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