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Hunter and Hunted: Dolphin Attack

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Hunter and Hunted: Dolphin Attack
Dolphins are loveable looking creatures but sometimes can be nothing like "Flipper." Dolphin attacks, both in captivity and the wild, have resulted in serious injuries and even death. Reaching as big as 12 feet and 1,000 pounds, dolphins have the ability to be fierce predators. With a team of experts, NGC enters their complex world of sexual aggression and social hierarchy in Hunter and Hunted: Dolphin Attack to find out what causes these seemingly harmless animals to attack.

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