Season 2

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    Deep Look

    The Bombardier Beetle And Its Crazy Chemical Cannon

    This beetle uses a chemical reaction inside its own body to send predators scrambling.

    The Bombardier Beetle And Its Crazy Chemical Cannon

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    Deep Look

    Stinging Scorpion vs. Pain-Defying Mouse

    There's a chemical arms race going on in the Sonoran Desert

    Stinging Scorpion vs. Pain-Defying Mouse

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    Deep Look

    The Ladybug Love-In: A Valentine's Special

    Ladybugs spend most of their lives alone, gorging themselves on aphids.

    The Ladybug Love-In: A Valentine's Special

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    Deep Look

    The Sex Lives of Christmas Trees

    The humble pine cone is more than a holiday decoration.

    The Sex Lives of Christmas Trees

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    Deep Look

    See What Makes Owls So Quiet and So Deadly

    It's stealth, not speed that makes owls such exceptional hunters.

    See What Makes Owls So Quiet and So Deadly

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    Deep Look

    Nature's Mood Rings: How Chameleons Really Change Color

    Chameleons don't change color to match their environment; it's just the opposite.

    Nature's Mood Rings: How Chameleons Really Change Color

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    Deep Look

    How Do Sharks and Rays Use Electricity to Find Hidden Prey?

    When it comes to spotting prey, sharks and rays have a sense beyond sight and smell.

    How Do Sharks and Rays Use Electricity to Find Hidden Prey?

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    Deep Look

    Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature?

    How does a group of animals - or cells - work together when no one's in charge?

    Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature?

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    Deep Look

    These 'Resurrection Plants' Spring Back to Life in Seconds

    Within seconds of rainfall, dried-up moss is revived after being dead for decades.

    These 'Resurrection Plants' Spring Back to Life in Seconds

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    Deep Look

    Where Are the Ants Carrying All Those Leaves?

    Ants use them to grow white tufts of nutritious fungus to feed their offspring.

    Where Are the Ants Carrying All Those Leaves?