Ultimate Animals Compilations

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Ultimate Animals Compilations

Next trasmissions on tv

  1. Thursday 11 November at 06:00 CAT

    Elephants and Orangutans

  2. Friday 12 November at 06:00 CAT

    Pigs and Dogs

  3. Saturday 13 November at 06:00 CAT

    Lions and Shrimp

Synopsis

Ultimate Animals is your ultimate guide to everything and anything under the sun about all your favorite animals. Each fact-filled 30-minute episode will feature 2 animals, breaking down the science and idiosyncrasies of the creatures using expert interviews, state of the art graphics, slow-motion capture specialty shoots, and the most amazing moments of animal action ever caught on tape.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Elephants and Orangutans

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    The elephant is strong enough to push a two-ton truck, the orangutan has the strength of seven men, and they are both super smart.

    Next Showing
    Thursday 11 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Pigs and Dogs

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    Pigs can detect smells buried two stories underground and a dog's nose can take you to court.

    Next Showing
    Friday 12 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Lions and Shrimp

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    The mantis shrimp has a punch as strong as a bullet and the lion's roar can be heard by other lions 30 miles away.

    Next Showing
    Saturday 13 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Wolves And Crows

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    Crows are as smart as dolphins and can talk like parrots. Wolves can hunt for three days straight in a territory the size of Delaware.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 14 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Tigers and Polar Bears

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    Tigers have the strength of 13 men and their tongue has teeth. Polar bears can regenerate their own bones and may provide a cure for diabetes.

    Next Showing
    Monday 15 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Raccoons and Octopuses

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    Raccoons can scale tall objects by changing the shape of their skeletons and the octopus pumps its blood with three hearts.

    Next Showing
    Tuesday 16 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Rhinos and Owls

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    Owls can "see" with their ears?and may be able to hear if a mouse is pregnant...and the rhinoceros has skin that sweats blood.

    Next Showing
    Wednesday 17 November at 06:00 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Cats and Frogs

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    Frogs may just be the key to human immortality while the cat's purrs may help keep astronauts alive in space.