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If it's weird, true and freaky and it involves animals, you'll see it on this series, a frenzied documentation of amazing caught-on-tape moments and stories in a world where only the fittest survive. Whether attacking from above, or emerging from the depths, nature's most terrifying confrontations gone awry prove that in the animal kingdom, anything is possible.

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A countdown of the top 10 unbelievable mindbenders.
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Explosive river invaders, trespassing reptile behemoths, and tyrants fighting to end all competition; these clashers and crashers battle to the death; when an animal strays from home, anything can happen; a countdown of the top ten deadly duels.
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A countdown of the top 10 mind-bending moments, including saviors turned savage, camouflaged ambush killers and creatures too bizarre to be true.
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Friendly animals on the attack; deadliest annual migration in the world; an unrelenting avian rain straight from a horror movie.
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Gentle giants riled; real-life zombie slaves; biblical swarms out of a horror film.
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Hunters become the hunted; killers seek revenge in fierce battles to the death.
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A hostile takeover; invading forces take over an island; deadly jacket.
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Aggressive aquatic predators, a journey into a deadly snake pit, and a bicycle crash; a countdown of the 10 craziest collisions.
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Battles of David vs. Goliath; animals overcoming impossible odds; gangs of predators ambush their prey.
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Sudden deadly collisions; strange otherworldly beings; terrifying insect invasions.

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