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"Secret Life of Predators" (2013) is a documentary series by "National Geographic." It's hosted by Boone Smith, an expert on big cats. Each episode talks about specific predators and their strategies for survival. Some episodes discuss challenges predators face, like handling an environment that has both land and a large body of water.

Friday 8:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
1 Season, 4 Episodes
September 20, 2013
Animals, Documentary & Biography
Cast: Boone Smith
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Secret Life of Predators Full Episode Guide

  • Go beneath Alaska's Aleutian Islands and see a technique in hunting that's rarely, if ever, documented among killer whales. Orcas only feed on a gray whale calf for a moment before they drag it to the sea floor to store it for later, amazingly the dead whale has a small camera mounted to it which captures the whole thing.

  • Lions, dolphins, baboons and monitor lizards have to master their hunting skills on both water and land. Features amazing altruism among lions and how a ferocious a group of what seems like a playful olive baboons can be on a dry lake shore in the East African rift.

  • Ruthless battlefields occur in the ocean, and the biggest and deadliest carnivores are even tested.

  • On the African savanna, banded mongooses stay together to succeed. Cheetahs and secretary birds have to conquer the heat and elusive prey, they risk their lives to feed their offspring. Mongolian wolves hunt on the steepe for scarce food.

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