Thieving macaques using psychology to pull off scams. Delinquent cockatoos vandalizing urban residences. Swaggering peacocks lying about their sexual exploits. These are nature’s greatest rebels, succeeding by breaking all the rules. Despite how it appears on the surface, researchers are discovering the complex and fascinating science behind why these animals behave the way they do.
Some animals will do whatever it takes to survive. Cockatoos turn to vandalism, boxer crabs hold anemones hostage, sloths become filthy, puff adders have an “invisibility cloak” to hide themselves, and chimps use violence to stay in power.
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There's a log of good footage in this series, and some really interesting info about various species. But I found the narration very annoying, over-dramatizing everything, and forcing everything into the "rebel" theme, which often doesn't fit. Dumbs down what could have been an excellent series.