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  • Episode 1: Pack Hunters

  • Dive deep into the world of group predation with a look at twelve different species that use teamwork, strategy and communication to hunt more effectively than they otherwise would be able to alone.

  • Episode 1: Fangs

  • They slither, hiss and strike – especially when you catch them by the tail. Get ready to go hand to scale and face to fang with some of the world's deadliest cold blooded killers.

  • Episode 2: Underwater Killers

  • In recent years, an unusual spate of deadly shark attacks has gripped Australia, resulting in five deaths in 10 months.

  • Episode 2: Ultimate Predators

  • Sitting high atop the food chain, these are the killers that even predators fear: the apex predators. These spectacular creatures have won the carnivore's lottery and are used to getting their way.

  • Episode 3: Eight Legged Killers

  • With eight legs and a bundle of bulging eyeballs, these are nightmares of the arachnid kind. Whoever said good things come in small packages, wasn't talking about these guys.

  • Episode 4: In Cold Blood

  • When your blood runs cold, you will do anything to get your prey. Eat your own kind, brutal surprise attacks, poisonous bites - you have to have ice in your veins to kill this viciously.

  • Episode 5: Animal Battles

  • In just about every animal struggle, there's a winner and a loser. The stakes are often life or death. The motives for combat are varied, but they usually boil down to this: food, territory or sex.

About the Show
Featuring dozens of species, the struggle for survival and supremacy takes in everything from pack hunters to apex predators, wicked animal arsenals, superpower wild cards, and epic battles for food, territory and sex.

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