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Inside Nature's Giants Returns

Inside Nature's Giants returns for a second series on Channel 4 tomorrow night - 8th June 2010.

Synopsis

The award-winning series that gets under the skin of the largest animals on the planet. Most wildlife documentaries show how animals behave, but by exploring their anatomy, Inside Nature's Giants reveals how these creatures really work.

The first episode is of the dissection of a 900kg, 15-foot-long great white shark.

See series information here and or catch up (for UK viewers) here.

TAGGED: BIOLOGY, EVOLUTION, RICHARD DAWKINS, TV


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