Τρίτη, 16 Αυγούστου 2011

Fwd: Leopards of Dead Tree Island, Creepy Critter Photos, and All About Sharks






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August 2011

A dramatic, real-life tale of three leopards plays out in Botswana's Okavango Delta. What unfolds is an in-depth look into their lives; following the tension, drama and, in the end, heart-wrenching tragedy, as all three seek a common goal - to dominate one of the Okavango's most prized leopard territories.

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Photo: Leopards of Dead Tree Island


Photo: Prehistoric Animals   Travel back to the days of raging raptors and the terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex, when dinosaurs ruled the earth!


Photo: Meet the Nile Crocodile   Does the Nile crocodile deserve its reputation as a vicious man-eater? Get up close and personal with Africa's largest crocodilian and find out.


Photo: Creepy Critter Photos   From black cats to vampire bats, certain animals just give humans the willies. Cozy up to some creepy critters in this gallery.


Photo: All About Sharks   Sharks have prowled Earth's seas, essentially unchanged, for 400 million years. Learn more about these vital predators with facts, photos, video, and more.
 

Photo: Deadly 60   Tomorrow at 10P et/pt, Steve and the team head for the rainforests of Madagascar, where they'll meet up with the island's deadliest predators.


Photo: Morphed   On August 31, see when whales had legs, dinosaurs evolved into turkeys, and how bears made their own evolutionary paths.
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