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Listing the extraordinary abilities of animals.

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aired 159 days ago
Animals swarm for different reasons, including feeding or mating.
aired 159 days ago
Counting down dangerous animals, their weapons and the number of humans they have harmed.
aired 159 days ago
Animals that can withstand grueling climates and deprivation to survive.
aired 159 days ago
The top 10 warriors in the natural world battle for food, females or territory.
aired 159 days ago
Most animals have teeth and claws, but some have been able to upgrade their natural armaments.
aired 398 days ago
Animals that have armor, bodyguards, barricades or bombs to protect themselves from predators.
aired 486 days ago
Comparing the venom of 10 lethal creatures to determine which is deadliest.
aired 538 days ago
Counting down 10 of the worst animal smells.
airs in 11 days
Risk-taking animals from salamanders to barnacle geese.

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