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The Pack gives an iside look at how group hunters operate.

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aired 1,418 days ago
Creativity and cunning employed by wild dogs in the pursuit of dinner and how cooperation and teamwork are crucial to the pack's survival.
aired 1,464 days ago
A look at the strategies adopted by a pride of South African lions as they hunt zebras, impalas and giraffes in the Singita Game Reserve.

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