The contests between predators and prey are the most dramatic events in nature. This is a look at the range of techniques predators use to catch their prey, including a leopard using all its powers of stealth to stalk impala in broad daylight.
The Arctic's top predators rise to the challenges of hunting in the most seasonal place on Earth by continually adapting.
Tigers, harpy eagles, chimpanzees, army ants and other predators hunt through dense and confusing forests like a huge game of hide and seek.
How do predators find prey in the open ocean - a vast watery desert where food is scarce and widespread? Blue whales, sealions, tuna and albatross have all risen to the challenge.
Half of all land is desert or grassland. In these, the most exposed habitats on our planet, predators like cheetahs, bald eagles and lions can usually see their prey. But it works both ways: the prey can see them too.
Predators from the air, land and sea converge on the ever-changing coast in a race against time to take advantage of the seasonal opportunities.
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