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When one thinks of dominant animals that roam the earth, large predators--lions, grizzlies and titanic anacondas come to mind. But, pound for pound, the most powerful and awe-inspiring creatures are the elusive micro-monsters that exist just beneath our feet. Wildlife author and expert Bradley Trevor Greive and biodesigner Billy Almon venture to some of the most remote and inhospitable habitats in the world to track down these tiny beasts. Using state of the art equipment, they will measure the abilities of these creatures and present them in a way never seen before.
The team heads to Madagascar to study the recently discovered Goodman's mouse lemur - one of the smallest primates on the planet. This velvet pinball makes up for its tiny size with its incredible agility, breakneck speed and startling ferocity.
The team scours the Sonoran Desert for North America's mightiest mouse: the carnivorous grasshopper mouse. An impressive vertical leap, size-defying bite, and bone-shaking howl allow this rodent to transform into a vicious scorpion killer at night.
Bradley and Billy are hunting for dragons deep in the Thailand rainforest. The flying dragon rules the jungle canopy, and the team hope to discover how this lizard's ability to glide has enabled it to dominate its environment for 250 million years.
After a harrowing search in a South African cave, the team tracks down the elusive, spine-chilling tailless whip scorpion. When they test its lethal attributes, they quickly discover that this supreme nocturnal predator is a real life nightmare.
Deep in the jungles of Madagascar, Bradley and Billy discover a creature unlike anything else on Earth: the tomato frog. In their mobile lab, they discover the frog's astonishing abilities from a toxic force field to a self-inflating body.
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