Combine Kobe Bryant's ability to jump, Michelle Kwan's grace and beauty, and Stephen Hawking's problem-solving genius, and you've got the recipe for Super Cat. National Geographic combines the most amazing features of big cats and puts the feline superpowers of strength, endurance and stealth to the ultimate test.
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Travel back in time and go face-to-face with
the most ferocious animal giants of the Ice Agethe saber-toothed cat, the short-faced bear, and the dire wolf. Using heart-racing computer animation, National Geographic's Prehistoric Predators brings these lethal creatures to life ...
After filming one of the most unusual attacks
ever seen in the African savannahfour cheetahs being brutally attacked by two male lionsfilmmaker Reinhard "Leo" Kuenkel joins forces with world-renowned lion expert Craig Packer to decipher what happened during this incredible ...
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 ...