Equipped with three-inch long canines and retractable claws like switchblades, big cats are among the fiercest and most fascinating beasts on the planetcapable of taking down fleet footed antelope or two ton elephants. National Geographic crawls through African grasslands and swamps of India to track and reveal the ultimate engineering and ambush tactics of lions, tigers, and leopards.
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It can happen in a flash. An ambush
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In the harsh northern reaches of Canada's Ellesmere
Island, elusive arctic wolves share their secrets with two patient observers. Shielded by their remote location and inhospitable climate, these wild animals have not yet learned to fear humans. This is the ...
More than 600 million claim residence in households
across six continents, and now they may have dethroned dogs as the most popular pet on earth. An exterminator, fierce hunter, and favorite companionaloof and affectionate at the same timethe cat leapt ...