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See video Giant sunfish (National Geographic)

The ocean sunfish (Mola mola) is the world's largest and heaviest bony fish, with an average weight of 1,000 kg (2,200 lb). They mainly eat jellyfish, and are preyed upon by sharks, sea lions as well as orcas.

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See video The Deadly, Venomous Stone Fish

The venomous stonefish are dangerous and can be fatal to humans. Stonefish can be difficult to spot because they camouflage extremely well with their surroundings, so one needs to be careful not to accidentally step on their needle-like spines.

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See video Extraordinary Mating Ritual of Birds of Paradise

The dance-like mating rituals of Birds of Paradise are unlike anything you have seen before. This video filmed in Papua New Guinea shows some of the intriguing behaviors of Birds of Paradise.

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See video Baboons - Highway robbers

Some South African baboons have become experts at holding up cars and robbing people.

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See video Agile cat catches a bat in mid-flight

A beautiful demonstration of cat agility and sense of balance.

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See video Mythbusters: Do cockroaches outlive a nuclear blast?

Would cockroaches be the last survivors of a nuclear blast? Mythbuster finds out - exposing cockroaches, fruitflies and flower beetles, to find the ultimate survivor.

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See video Giveaway and Toy Review - New Stuffed Animals - Genetipetz

Enter to Win a free stuffed animal toy: http://bit.ly/10vzYIW

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See video Charles Darwin's Tree of Life Animation

A wonderful animation of evolution - the tree of life - narrated by Sir David Attenborough. It shows how microscopic cells (the "seeds of life") evolved to become insects, fish, reptiles, dinosaurs, birds and mammals.

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See video Dolphin Stampede

A large pod of dolphins jumping out of the water in the Sea of Cortez between Isla la Guardia
and Bahia de los Angeles.

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See video Flying snake

"Flying snakes" can glide extremely well by flattening their bodies, even though they lack any limbs or wing-like projections. They are mildly venemous but are considered harmless to humans.

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