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May 5, 2012
How killer whales hunt
How killer whales hunt as a pack
Step by step, see how these lethal predators use their brains and brawn to capture their prey
Why do pandas eat bamboo?
The giant panda is a born carnivore, yet this perplexing member of the bear family passes on the meat course almost entirely, choosing to persist on nature’s version of a celery diet: bamboo
Why do pelicans have such large beaks compared with other birds?
Hein van Grouw from the Department of Zoology at the Natural History Museum, London, goes fishing with a bucket of tasty facts.
Amazing tiger attack
This is what happens when you make a tiger angry
Woolly mammoths could be brought back from extinction
The discovery of a female mammoth carcass preserved in snow could allow biologists to bring the ancient creatures back from extinction
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