Giant Anteater

The giant anteater has a 7-foot-long, 80-pound body, the claws of a bear and a tail like a witch's broom. Needless to say, this is one bizarre-looking creature!

Giant Anteater

Giant Anteater
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The giant anteater has a 7-foot-long, 80-pound body, the claws of a bear and a tail like a witch's broom. Needless to say, this is one bizarre-looking creature!

Buried Alive

Buried Alive
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Primitive Asian rabbits will seal their young inside an underground nest for days to protect them from predators.

Monkey See Monkey Do

Monkey See Monkey Do
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In the early 1960s a female snow monkey accidentally discovered that hot tubs are fabulous for keeping warm in the winter. Today the whole troop has become avid bathers.

Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents
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Pacific Bluefin Tuna still ride the 100 mile wide ocean current that was created by tectonic forces nearly 16 million years ago.

Lemur DNA

Lemur DNA
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Scientists can tell when lemurs began to evolve and even where they came from by comparing strands of DNA from lemurs around the world.

Comet Orchid

Comet Orchid
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The Comet Orchid has beautiful and fragrant flowers that are visible during the warm months in Madagascar. During the winter its behavior is more like an evergreen, allowing it to thrive without water.

Devious Fish

Devious Fish
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This predator has evolved to look like a harmless Peacock cichlid that only eats tiny sand organisms.

King of the Castle

King of the Castle
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Some male cichlids will build "shell castles" to attract a mate. Collecting shells can get pretty rough. Fights and sabotage are just business as usual.

Birth of Madagascar

Birth of Madagascar
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Madagascar was part of an enormous landmass, also called a supercontinent, 180 million years ago before tectonic forces divided the island from what we now know as India.

Maned Wolf

Maned Wolf
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The maned wolf is often described as a fox on stilts! A relative newcomer to Brazil's Cerrado, this predator's arrival may have caused the extinction of ancient grazing herbivores.

Notoungulates

Notoungulates
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Notoungulates are an extinct order of hoofed herbivores that once flourished in South American forests. Fossils discovered recently indicate grass-eating notoungulates lived around 32 million years ago.

Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devil
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The Tasmanian Devil is the largest living marsupial carnivore in existence today.

Kangaroo Survival

Kangaroo Survival
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Meet internationally acclaimed kangaroo zoologist, Dr. Adam Munn. He has investigated every aspect of how kangaroos survive in the wild.

Marsupial Evolution

Marsupial Evolution
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A fossil could be our only clue to the true identity of the evolutionary beginning of all marsupials.

Red Kangaroo

Red Kangaroo
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Male red kangaroos stand up to 6 feet tall and can weigh as much as 200 pounds! Females are tiny in comparison - weighing an average of only 75 pounds.

Unlikely Predator And 3rd Eye Lizard

Unlikely Predator And 3rd Eye Lizard
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Most snails are vegetarians. But this particular snail is an unlikely predator. Plus, see a lizard with a literal third eye - an evolutionary trait thought to predate the dinosaurs!

Ancient Evidence

Ancient Evidence
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In dense forest on New Zealand's south island, there is proof that the entire area was once completely submerged in water.

An Evolutionary Joke

An Evolutionary Joke
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Penguins sit on a 300-foot, nearly vertical rockface that divides them and food for their offspring.

The Kiwi

The Kiwi
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The Kiwi is a strange-looking creature, found only in New Zealand. Every aspect of this funny little bird suggests that the Kiwi is an evolutionary oddity.

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