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Metamorphosis: When Evolution Gets Weird

Metamorphosis: when one thing becomes another.

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Snapping Turtles Have One Hell of a Bite

The face of a snapping turtle is the last thing a lot of fish see before they die. It’s not pretty. We got to release a snapping turtle into the wild for this episode. Stick around to the end to watch!

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Secretary Birds: Killer Queens

Don’t let this bird’s looks distract you. The secretary bird has some serious kick!

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Should Chimps have Rights? (feat. Dr. Jane Goodall)

What separates us from our hairy brethren?

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Crocodiles: Survivors of the Last Extinction

The crocodile is one of the deadliest predators in the world. Unfortunately, they find themselves prey to something far more dangerous.

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Moray Eels are Straight out of Alien

Moray Eels are straight out of science fiction, but not the happy kind.

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Kingfisher: Death from Above

The Kingfisher is a fish’s worst nightmare.

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Tardigrades: The Most Resilient Animals in the Universe

Tardigrades are the most resilient animals in the universe, and there’s probably one within a stone’s throw from you right now.

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You Can’t Outrun a Cheetah

If you ever get to see a cheetah run, don’t blink, you’ll miss it. Watch ‘Age of Big Cats’ and get your first 30 days of CuriosityStream free with the promo code

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Clouded Leopards: Modern Day Saber-Tooths

The clouded leopard is one of the most adorable predators in the world, but unfortunately, they are also one of the most poached.

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Pangolins are the Cutest Animals You’ve Never Heard Of

Pangolins are amazing: they are the only known mammal to have scales, they have amazing long tongues, and yet they are the most heavily poached animal in the world, despite the fact that most people don’t even know that they exist.

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Vultures: Kings of the Dead

Vultures are the kings of the dead, because even though they eat rotting carcasses and bones, they look grandiose doing so… for the most part.

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Marine Iguanas are like Baby Godzillas

Iguanas are one of the most amazing reptiles in the world, from their deep dives in the Galapagos, to high speed chases with snakes, to their third eye, the Iguana is deserving of the title.

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Owls Fly Silently. We tested it.

Owls are the silent killers of the avian world.

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Axolotls are Masters of Regeneration

Meet the Axolotl, a Mexican Salamander that scientists and the internet alike love for their amazing ability to regenerate limbs, and probably for that derpy smile.

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Otters aren’t as Cute as you might think

Otters are adorable, but they can display some pretty nasty behaviour.

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Humans: The Most Dangerous Animals of All Time

This animal don’t care.

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Are Minks Really Serial Killers?

Mink are more than just coats, but do they live up to their folklore reputation of being nature’s serial killers?

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Orangutan: King of the Treetops

The orangutan is one of our closest relatives, so why are we pushing them to extinction?

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Decorator Crabs: Fashionistas of the Sea

Decorator crabs are the fashionistas of the oceans, and like fashionistas here on land are somehow both beautiful and very creepy looking.

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Manta Rays are Flat Sharks

Manta Rays are a fantastical animal, and due to their alien-looking appearance, they are a clear inspiration for a lot of science fiction.

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Mosquito: The Ultimate Killer

Mosquitos kill more people than all other animals combined.

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The Bumblebee Bat is the World’s Smallest Mammal

During WW2, the allies strapped bombs to a bunch of tiny bats – it didn’t go very well.

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Eagles: Terror of the Skies

Eagles are the queens of the sky. They may not be the largest flying birds, but none are more powerful and regal.

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Marmots: Fuzzy Little Chonks

Marmots are the real-life Snorlax.

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Bioluminescence: How Animals Get Lit

Bioluminescence is the mesmerizing ability of being able to light up, and it’s found in dozens of unrelated species around the world.

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