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Documenting the daily lives of some of the planet's most extraordinary animals.

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aired 972 days ago
A look into the extraordinary lives of Tasmania's animals over a period of 24 hours; a variety of strange and bizarre creatures.
aired 972 days ago
Charting 24 hours of life to reveal incredible behavior of animals, from the carnivorous lion to the humble meerkat.
aired 973 days ago
Following a group of animals living in the Atacoma in northern Chile, one of the driest desert regions on earth.

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