Though the ocean is home to many dangerous predators, freshwater spots are as well. The brown bear races after its prey at speeds up to 48 km/h before launching onto it and devouring it. The smooth-coated otter of India has supreme agility in the water, and travels as much as 12 km every day. This deceptively cute otter is a ferocious predator with strong jaws that tear apart fish.
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Brown bears can run at speeds up to 48 km/h. 00:26
Giant salamanders absorb oxygen through their skin to stay underwater longer. 00:48
Piranhas can sense a prey's vibration. 01:37
Written by Curiosity Staff September 28, 2015
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