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  • Tigers Are Better Than Lions

    "Cats versus dogs" has always been an argument among loyal animal lovers, but who comes out on top among the wild cats of the Animal Kingdom? The tiger is not only bigger than the lion but is more powerful. Learn some amazing trivia about tigers in this episode of Discovery World Safari.

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  • Are Lions Total Jerks?

    This question may seem strange for an animal usually seen as respected and kingly, but the rules of lion hierarchy makes life as a lion look pretty ruthless. Learn about the structure of a lion pride and how these animals interact in this episode of Discovery World Safari.

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  • 6 Insane Iguana Facts

    Iguanas are great swimmers and super agile, but did you know they have a complex social hierarchy? They also have tail-growing superpowers. Learn more in Discovery World Safari!

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  • How Foxes Are Incredible Architects

    Foxes are fascinatingly intelligent and human-like in their home life. They are also surprisingly cat like! Find out how in this week's Discovery World Safari.

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  • Have You Ever Seen a Flamingo Fly?

    Flamingos are found in many parts of the world, including the Caribbean, South America, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe.

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  • 6 Things to Know About African Elephants

    The species is listed as endangered. One hundred years ago, there were a few million African elephants. Today, there are only estimated to be four hundred fifty thousand to seven hundred thousand African elephants remaining.

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  • 9 Alligator Fun Facts

    Alligators are the largest reptiles in North America and live along the southern United States in lakes, ponds, swamps, bayous, and marshes - all freshwater habitats. But did you know they've been around since the dinosaurs? Find out more in today's Discovery World Safari!

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  • How Clownfish Choose Their Gender

    Clownfish are already familiar thanks to Finding Nemo, but these creatures that live in the shallow waters of the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, and the Pacific Ocean have so many more interesting elements about them! From their symbiotic relationship with sea anemone to how their gender evolves - there's a lot to know in this Discovery World Safari!

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  • Great White Sharks Just Want To Nibble You

    Contrary to popular opinion, most attacks by great white sharks on humans are nonfatal. Scientists believe they are only "sample biting," out of curiosity.

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