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Documentary series following animals in their natural habitats.
The evolutionary rise of some of the world's greatest surviving creatures is followed.
The cats who rule the animal kingdom are beautiful but deadly as this profile of four of the deadliest species shows.
Documentary exploring how desert animals have armored themselves against the heat. These include the scorpion, one of the most ancient creatures on Earth.
A look at Earth's greatest herbivores. How do they survive and thrive on a diet that even the strictest vegetarian would pass on?
From food and territory to social status and mates, explore the many reasons why creatures are prepared to fight to the death.
A look at the speedy ways creatures escape predators, including the Golden Wheel spider which can roll itself out of trouble by turning into a wheel.
From the peregrine falcon, the world's fastest hunter, to the opportunist vulture, explore how three very different birds feed their ferocious appetites.
When it comes to survival, reptiles have some clever tricks up their sleeves, including a special type of lizard that can shed its tail to escape its predators.
From insects that look like leaves and snakes that play dead to flying fish and deadly toads, discover the many ways creatures defend themselves against predators.
From a lionfish's deadly spines to the lightning speed of a barracuda, sea creatures have adapted extreme methods and incredible weapons for survival.
From colour and camouflage to toxins and teeth, discover how underwater creatures survive the unforgiving ocean.
What makes insects such incredible survivors? Explore the race of life on a smaller scale with a look at their extensive armoury and clever camouflage.
Peer deep into the darkness and discover how the animal kingdom's many nocturnal creatures have adapted to thrive in a world with no light.
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