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Chris Packham takes viewers on a journey of some of the weirdest natural events on the planet.

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aired 917 days ago
A virgin snake gives birth in the U.K.; a sea serpent washes up in the U.S.; goats stand still in a tree in Morocco.
aired 917 days ago
A crab is milked for its blue blood; stones move by themselves; thousands of rabbits chase down tourists.
aired 917 days ago
Something strange in the water in the Caribbean; a four-foot worm in a fish tank; a tick turns America vegetarian.
aired 1,182 days ago
Bears turn criminal; fish learn to attack birds on land; a possum fakes its own death; a snake with two heads; clever crows; fainting goats.
aired 1,182 days ago
Fish walk out of the water in Florida; French bees make multi-colored honey; whales and dolphins can forge a friendship; trees ooze red blood.
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A village is awash with tiny crabs; a town faces an angry mob of elk; a town awakes to an apocalyptic sky.
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A frozen frog can reanimate itself; a slimy creature is responsible for a mysterious oceanic ooze; the underworld of real life zombies.
aired 1,182 days ago
Commuting dogs on the Moscow metro; killer sharks appear on an Australian golf course; a town is overrun by tumbleweed; a wolverine frog shoots bones through its skin.
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Sea foam makes the Australian look like a bubble bath; thousands of sea birds die on America's west coast; milky seas.
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A car is cocooned by caterpillars in Holland; exploding toads in Germany; a once-in-a-lifetime storm turns Sydney crimson.
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A town is brought to a standstill by a swarm of flying insects; polar bears have bizarre friendships; residents are kept awake by a lovers' serenade.

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