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See video Narwhals - toothed whales (National Geographic)

Narwhals are a unique species of whales with a large horn or tusk that is actually an overgrown tooth. No one yet knows what the purpose is of this horn.

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See video How the Venus Flytrap catches its prey (BBC)

The Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant that can catch and digest animals such as insects and spiders. In this BBC video David Attenborough looks at how the Venus Flytrap catches its prey.

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See video Planet of the Cats and Dogs - Sanctuary

Dogs and cats (hundreds of them) live together peacefully in the 12 acre property of the Cat House on the Kings sanctuary.

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See video Giant Liger: What Happens When You Mate a Tiger and a Lion

The liger is a rare hybrid cross between a male lion and a female tiger. They are the largest cats in the world.

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See video Male vs Female Grizzly Bear

A mother grizzly fearlessly defends her cubs against a male grizzly, saving their lives. Embedding disabled: Watch video on YouTube.

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See video Black Bear vs Wolf Pack

A wolf pack manages to chase away a black bear.

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See video Pilot Whale almost drowns woman, then saves her

A pilot whale grabs a woman by the thigh and descends to a depth of 40 feet (12 meters) below the surface. Perhaps knowing that she might drown, the whale then quickly takes her back up to the surface.

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See video Fish Fight!

Yes even fish can fight. Male cichlids look at the size of each other's mouths to size each other up.

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See video A Man Among Wolves - Trailer

Researcher Shaun Ellis teaches abandoned wolf cubs how to survive in the wild - by
example - living and behaving like them, howling, snarling and even eating carcass meat like them.

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See video First Live Giant Squid on Video

Japanese scientists catch a giant squid 3,5 meters long

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