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Episode 3 – Life in the Dark

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Episode 3 – Life in the DarkEpisode 3 – Life in the Dark

The owl and the giant squid have adapted to life in the dark. Owl eyes are so huge they can’t even move them within their sockets. But the giant squid has the largest eyes known in the animal kingdom. But where does it hide and what is it looking at?

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