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Sea Strikers

Sea Strikers
When the ocean's top predators strike, their prey doesn't even know what hit them! NGC dives into the attack strategies that sea hunters employ to deliver killer blows. Goliath groupers use a powerful hunting technique called "suction feeding" to vacuum their prey. Barracuda and bonitos hunt by "ram feeding," slamming into unsuspecting fish for a headfirst feast. Bull sharks, the "biters," have a taste for other predators like bonitos.