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Speed of Life

Speed of Life is a Discovery Channel documentary series revealing nature's fascinating animal behaviors using cutting-edge modern technology. Many nature's events happen in ways much faster or slower, lighter or darker, larger or smaller than can be appreciated with the naked eye. Using cutting-edge modern technology to manipulate time, light and size, the series reveals the daily struggles of both predators and prey in their ongoing fight for survival in the American Southwest; the unique behaviors of some of the rainforest's elusive animals and insects of Central America; and the hidden lives of Africa's wildlife in ways invisible to the naked eye.

Episode 1 - Hunters of East Africa
High-speed cameras document the hidden lives of Africa's wildlife in ways invisible to the naked eye.

Episode 2 - Central American Killers
Highly specialized camera equipment captures the unique behaviors of some of the rainforest's most elusive animals and insects.

Episode 3 - Predators of the Southwest
Cutting edge camera technology provides a never before seen look into the daily struggles of both predators and prey in their ongoing fight for survival in the American Southwest.


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