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    • The Unseen Powers of Animals

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      This documentary series, done in six parts, explores the abilities of animals found in the sea or on land that are deemed special or supernatural.

      These “powers” include extrasensory perception, time warping and maybe even the paranormal, and each chapter of the series delves into these and more.

      Presented by the BBC Natural History Unit, this show presents discoveries about these creatures that may mystify and impress you. Like the shark, who can perceive our a huma being’s electric aura, or the dolphin’s powerful eyes, which can spot a baby from inside the womb.

      There are also creatures like the frogs who are able to freeze themselves, to preserve their life for a good six months. Or the pet that can sense an impending disaster, like an earthquake.

      These are strange behaviors that will leave the viewer baffled and see these animals in a different light.

      NOTE: The streaming server might be a little slow for some countries. If so, let the video buffer for 5 to 10 minutes (the little red bar will grow in length) before you continue watching.

       

      Episode 1 – Extrasensory Perception

      Episode 2 – Outer Limits

      Episode 3 – Hidden Forces

      Episode 4 – Time Warp

      Episode 5 – Paranormal

      Episode 6 – Close Encounters

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      Published on October 5, 2008 · Filed under: Biology, Environment
    • Phil

      Video Blocked from viewing in the UK :(

    • Jack Kebek

      Aye Caramaba!!! This is one of the best.
      It's very well done, it's as good as "The life of birds".
      The down side is where it's hosted : I can only watch them between 2 and 9 pm or so without getting too many pauses.
      Nevertheless, really worth the inconveniences.

      >>>Many thanks for this one.

    • André Lettieri

      I agree with Jack Kebek, amazing documentary but terrible server…
      I'm from Brazil and because of the pauses I take more than 1 hour to watch each part….

    • Missi

      That’s a smart answer to a dffiilcut question.

    • ! Piace
      Continua a scrivere …. THX:)