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Night Stalkers

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When the sun sets on the deserts of North Africa, the Fennec Fox comes out to hunt.  This 1 foot long fox with 6-inch ears is the smallest fox in the world.

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In the darkest corners of the world, predators watch and wait for their next unsuspecting prey. Armed with nighttime powers, including extra-strength night vision and hypersensitive hearing, these are the most cunning, ruthless and powerful night killers in the animal world. From near-invisible leopards ambushing prey from their hideouts in trees, to tiny Tasmanian devils devouring a full carcass from the inside out, World's Deadliest delivers real-life tales of ferocious nocturnal killers.

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