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Investigating how predators strategize, improvise and specialize in order to survive.

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aired 53 days ago
Danger comes from above, behind or below, as tree-lurking predators hunt for their next meal.
aired 53 days ago
Exploring the secrets of the oceans, from tropical reefs to rough open waters.
aired 120 days ago
Predators in the forest learn to use tree cover to their advantage.
aired 124 days ago
Predators adapt as they are confined by geography, changing conditions, or other species.
aired 127 days ago
Predators around the world launch and avoid attacks in the open.
aired 445 days ago
Footage shows how killers beat the odds.

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