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Weird Nature: This BBC/DISCOVERY series reveals some of the strangest behaviour in the animal world. In a series of action-packed sequences, tyres fall from a truck and disturb salamanders, which turn into living wheels. Mexican jumping beans spring to life and take over a toy store. Fulmars use projectile vomit to attack a climber. Hagfish slime their way out of a fishing boat by turning water into mucus soup.

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  • Currently 3.64/5
(14 votes)
Released: March 21, 2002
Runtime: 30 mins
Genres: Documentary
Countries: UK
Actors: Ciarán McMenamin

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Posted by princeofnerdz 2 years, 11 months ago
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fascinating. Love the cinematography! Definitely needs better links though

Posted by synvectivemethod 4 years ago
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The cinematography and effects are interesting if contrived; but the narration is excruciatingly patronising.

Posted by njeri07 4 years, 7 months ago
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interesting to watch .

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