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Amazon's Most Lethal

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Photo: A tarantula feeding

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From the crushing jaws of the jaguar to the venomous fangs of giant tarantula, see how the Amazon forest is home to extraordinary predators and prey. Witness how the conditions of the forest have honed the hunting skills of the river dolphin, the jumping aruana fish, the long-tongued tamandua and more, as they fight for survival in dramatic second-by-second accounts of the moments leading up to, and following, a kill.