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Mabul, Malaysia: Underwater photo of peacock mantis shrimp emerging from coral. The mantis shrimp can see over 100,000 colors  or ten times more colors than humans.  Their fist-like club structure is being researched by engineers as models for improvement in military body armor.

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Ravenous vampire bats, gluttonous tiger sharks and seductive elephant seals are not only a few of the world's deadliest animals, they're also guilty of making the sea and sky some of the most sinful places on Earth. World's Deadliest searches the animal kingdom to find creatures whose beastly behavior embodies one of the seven deadly sins. See how the species on our list fare when put up against greed, lust, wrath, sloth, gluttony, pride and envy.

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