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Predators don't normally show up at your home and watch you go about your day, so why risk life and limb by venturing into their neck of the woods? But some people aren't aware that hanging out in the land of wild animals is like getting lost in the seedy parts of town -- one wrong move could prove fatal. This series tells actual stories of people tampering with nature, upsetting the balance to the point that carnivores decide they don't want humans around anymore. Someone always loses the fight, and it's often us.

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An alien, toxic amphibian upsets Australia's ecosystems.
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How the three-ton, vegetarian giant became the biggest killer of people in Africa.
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Humans fight to stop a dangerous fire ant invasion.
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A swarm of jellyfish appear and scientists race to unlock their secrets.
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Rare attacks on humans give a unique insight into the predatory prowess of a bear.
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The secrets behind what makes vipers beautiful but deadly.
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When an alien species of bees moves into the United States, humans must learn how to cope.
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A look at the shark, one of nature's lethal predators.
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A look at the most successful predator in the world.
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A walk in the woods turns tragic for a young woman.
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The secrets of nighttime stalkers and perfect ambush predators.
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Exotic Burmese pythons become too much for their owners.

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