In the wild, life is a simple and never-ending battle between predator and prey. The equation is straight-forward, predators hunt for food; when they do, prey species have two options: fight or flight and when they fight, they fight for their lives. Each will use every skill and every weapon they have to outmaneuver the other to achieve the ultimate reward: survival. Contains for episodes: WET - The oceans of our planet are ruthless battlefields that constantly test the biggest and deadliest carnivores including orcas, giant octopi, torpedo rays, wolf eels and sea snakes. STEALTH - Whether searching for prey in the tropical canopy or stalking a meal over a spongy moss carpet, success in the forest requires predators such as brown bears, Bengal tigers and harpy eagles to use trees for shelter and camouflage. NAKED - There are still places on Earth where grasses, lichens or fields of ice stretch as far as the eye can see. In order to survive, predators such as cheetahs, wolves and polar bears must perfect the tactic of hiding in plain sight. EXPOSED - When water meets land, landscapes clash and predators such as dolphins, lions, monitor lizards and baboons must master skills to hunt in both habitats.
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