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A close-up look at some of the most fearsome predators and their unique habitats.

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aired 359 days ago
White sharks fight for survival inside their hunting grounds by chasing and chomping their way to the top of the food chain.
aired 889 days ago
Four of the most feared predators on the planet rule their domains with ruthless bloodshed.
aired 1,099 days ago
An old lioness in the Ngorongoro Crater in East Africa struggles to reign over her pride.

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