At night, the dunes of the Arabian desert come to life with unique animals specially adapted to thrive in this hostile environment.
At night, the dunes of the Arabian desert come to life with unique animals specially adapted to thrive in this hostile environment, from lizards that swim under the sand to spiders that can run ten miles per hour.
An elite group of predators call the African savanna home, and many emerge only under cover of darkness to hunt through the night.
The Costa Rican jungle plays host to a twisted game of survival as the sun goes down.
The forests of India play host to nightly battle of life or death before dawn.
In the swamps of North America, predators lurk in the murky shallows, the barren cypress forests and the muddy flats.
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