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The World's 60 Deadliest Animals, a Lady With 700 Cats, and One Macaque in a Hot Tub

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July 2011

Welcome to the premiere issue of the Nat Geo WILD newsletter, which includes monthly highlights on animal content and Nat Geo WILD programming. We hope it will be of interest to you. If, however, you would prefer not to receive future Nat Geo WILD mailings, simply click unsubscribe here or at the bottom of any of these messages.

Adventurer and naturalist Steve Backshall has one mission: to travel the globe in search of 60 of the world's deadliest animals. We'll experience close encounters with all kinds of wildlife and see what makes these animals "king" of their respective habitats.

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Photo: Cheetah Quiz   There's a lot more to the cheetah than just raw speed. Test your cheetah smarts with this quiz.

Photo: Meet the African Elephant   Get a load of the world's largest land mammal.

Photo: Monkey Pictures   Feel the need to monkey around a little more? You've come to the right place.

Photo: The Lady With 700 Cats   Lynea Lattanzio devotes her home to keeping over 700 abandoned cats alive and healthy in hopes of adoption.

Photo: Big Bite Week   All this week, view some of our favorite specials on animals with the biggest bites, including lions, sharks, crocs, bears, and more!
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Photo: The Invaders   A former cocaine drug lord's imported hippos are now thriving and breeding in Colombia, threatening the local habitat.
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