These Weird, Wondrous Animals Live Under Greenland’s Ice Caps | National Geographic

A diver captured stunning video of the unique marine life that lives in the cold waters underneath the ice caps of Tasiilaq, Greenland.
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Alexander Benedik plunged into 28° F (-2° C ) temperatures and encountered jellyfish, comb jellies, sea slugs, and other weird but wondrous sea creatures. Benedik said: “I’ve been diving for nearly 20 years, but very little compares to the beauty of Greenland.”

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See a Sea Turtle Devour a Jellyfish Like Spaghetti | National Geographic

A marine biologist captured footage of a green sea turtle enjoying a stinging meal – a jellyfish.
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Jellyfish paralyze prey using neurotoxins in their tentacles, but the turtle does not seem to be affected. It closes its eyes and uses its flipper as a shield from the jellyfish’s stinging tentacles. Green sea turtles are endangered. Their main threat is overexploitation of eggs from the beaches they are laid on. Green sea turtles are predominately herbivorous, but juveniles have been known to feed on jellyfish.

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Eel vs. Octopus, Then Eel vs. Cameraman | National Geographic

Snorkelers in Hawaii encounter an underwater battle between a moray eel and an octopus. The marine skirmish is filled with intense grappling and sprayed ink. Then, the human witness becomes part of the action.
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The Illegal and Secretive World of Chameleon Ranching | National Geographic

See why people risk danger to find chameleons in the wild in a place you wouldn’t expect.
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Secret populations of exotic chameleons have been popping up throughout south Florida. And while the state is home to more non-native reptiles than anywhere else in the world, what’s surprising about these charismatic lizards is how they are spreading.

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Scientists Fly a Drone to Collect Whale Snot | National Geographic

Scientists used a drone for a very unusual scientific mission—collecting whale snot.
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In Frederick Sound, Alaska, a specifically designed drone called the “snot-bot” captured DNA from a humpback whale and filmed it live for the National Geographic TV special Earth Live. When scientists spotted a whale near the surface, they launched the drone and waited for it to breach. When it shot air from its blowhole, the drone flew through the resulting spray, collecting phlegm on its attached petri dishes. The snot samples will give scientists a non-invasive way to study the whale’s DNA.

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Army Ants Eat Everything | World’s Deadliest

Restless and ravenous, army ant colonies are nature’s Mongol hordes. They kill and eat anything in their way, digesting it even as they tear it apart!
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World’s Deadliest Predators is a new series that looks at most riveting moments of animal predation, breaking down the struggle for survival and supremacy into five action-packed episodes. Top Hunters focuses on the most feared animals in their class: animals at the top of their food chain; the hunters who are prey to no other animal. Killer Packs illustrates when predators multiply their advantage over prey by banding with others of their species to hunt. Lethal Weapons shows that the physical attributes and built-in concealed weapons have the ability to make an animal a top predator. Our Superpowers episode focuses on the animals that see, hear, and smell better than any others…and that relative to their size on are the fastest and strongest creatures on the planet. And whether it is over food, territory or sex, animals go to war within their species and against other species…Battles dissects these conflicts, from the strategy to the play-by-play. These five episodes bring together dozens of species, which are extraordinary, savage, and the World’s Deadliest Predators.

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