Top 10 Bloodiest Moments From Planet Earth
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Nature is terrifying, and BBC’s Planet Earth shows animals at their most frightening and bloody. Lions, tigers and bears are all on full display in this series, but which animal is the most deadly? Prianhas are notoriously vicious, what does a deadly prihana attack look like? Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the top 10 most gruesome and bloodiest moments from Planet Earth.
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00:57 #10. African Hunting Dogs Catch An Impala
02:11 #9. Piranha Feeding Frenzy
03:25 #8. Grizzly Bears Catching Salmon
04:27 #7. A Lion Pride Attacks An Elephant At Night
05:40 #6. Wolves Hunt Caribou
06:45 #5. Fur Seals Go After King Penguins
07:54 #4. Nile Crocodiles Ambushing Wildebeest
09:05 #3, #2 & #1: ????
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