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Animal Superpowers: Extreme Survivors

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Animal Superpowers: Extreme Survivors
Patrick Stewart introduces remarkable creatures with seemingly magical skills. In Hawaii, the octopus is a master of disguise that changes color and skin texture to achieve the ultimate level of camouflage. In the Amazon, for the first time in over 70 years the voltage of an electric eel in the field is measured … and the results are “shocking.” In California see how the salamander regenerates body parts and explore what real-world implications understanding its biology could have for humans.

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