The bottlenose dolphin, a pack of cheetah brothers and the chameleon all display their own individual ways of catching their prey.
Animals must come up with different ways to out-smart their bigger adversaries; including a particular fish that can simply fly away.
The capuchin monkey must have patience when gathering and preparing nuts and the Venus flytrap proves that plants aren't always the food.
A particular type of fly must use his stalk eyes, a hippo must fight the dominant male and the grebe must be a good dance partner, all in the name of reproduction.
The giant octopus and the Strawberry frog both demonstrate their utter devotion to their young, resulting in death for one of them.
Chinstrap penguin chicks are forced to find their own food with many dangers around them, including the leopard seal, whilst the orangutan mother will spend eight years with her young.
A behind the scenes look at the making of Life, including the filming of Antartic killer whales, which have never been filmed before hunting off the Antartic penninsula.
Cheetahs are the fastest animals on land, reaching speeds of almost 65mph. See them hunting springbok in the Kalahari desert.Wildlife Finder: cheetahs in action
Find out how hippos can shape the course of the Okavango river delta and watch them fighting to the death as the waters of the Nile recede.Wildlife Finder: hippos on film
Sailfish are energy super-efficient hunters. Watch them capitalise on the seasonal glut of bait fish.Wildlife Finder: watch sailfish hunting
Killer whales, or orcas, are the largest members of the dolphin family. Listen to the sounds made by a pod of these deadly marine predators.Wildlife Finder: watch orcas hunt
Common bottlenose dolphin
Common bottlenose dolphins are intelligent and sociable animals. Watch how they have learnt an ingenious fishing trick in Western Australia.Wildlife Finder: watch these playful creatures fish
North Pacific giant octopus
The arm span of the North Pacific octopus can reach up to 10m. These massive octopus make the ultimate sacrifice when tending their eggs.Wildlife Finder: watch footage of the North Pacific giant octopus
- David Attenborough
- Executive Producer
- Michael Gunton
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