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Although incredibly small and vulnerable, these tree frog tadpoles have a secret weapon against predators. When they sense that the threat could be catastrophic, they start to vibrate within their egg. Soon this shakes them free of their clutch and from the cluthes of even the most persistent wasp.

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The early days for any species are precarious. Nat Geo WILD reveals the World's Weirdest methods employed by mothers and their offspring to sidestep and outwit their predators. Stealth, cunning, disguise, poison -- no trick is too low down or too dirty for parents who want to make sure their babies get a head start over their hungry foes. And marvel in the wealth of evolutionary adaptations that give these newborns a chance to flourish. It's life but not as you might know it.

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