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Exploring the survival strategies and hunting techniques of predators.
Included: the predatory habits of octopuses, wolves, crocodiles and piranhas. Narrated by Peter Haskell.
The hunting and fishing habits of bears on Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska. Included is a study of why "more than 40 percent of young grizzlies die during their first 18 months."
The hunting strategies of Africa's big cats, including the lion, the cheetah and the impala. Observed: the stalking methods of a pride of lions.
Species of sharks are observed, including blues and hammerheads. Also: shark habitats; and how they hunt. Narrated by Peter Haskell.
The predatory habits of crocodilians, including the Nile crocodile and the caiman, are examined in visits to Africa and Venezuela. Narrator: Peter Haskell.
The predatory habits of wild cats, including jaguars, pumas, bobcats, lynxes and ocelots. Included: segments filmed in the Amazon.
Insects and spiders are observed. Included: army ants, wolf spiders and bird-eating spiders. Also: the tarantula of the American Southwest. Narrated by Peter Haskell.
The predatory habits of snakes, including the coral snake and the boa constrictor (to whom a squirrel is "a tempting packet of protein") are explored in the tropical forests of the Amazon.
Predatory habits of wild canines, including grey wolves, coyotes and the African wild dog, "the most successful hunter on the African plain." Narrator Peter Haskell.
The predatory habits of marine creatures, including eels, anemones, whales and corals. Also: a look at the defenses that have evolved in certain sea creatures.
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