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The June 2020 Program Guide

Louis “Moon” Kauakahi on LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX
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Eating up Easter on Independent Lens
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NATURE
Natural Born Hustlers: Staying Alive

NATURE: Natural Born Hustlers: Staying Alive

 

When it comes to the most important goals in the animal kingdom, learning how to survive and raising the next generation are at the top of the list. This may seem clear cut, but the lengths to which some animals go to achieve these objectives can often be downright devious. This three-part series reveals the modus operandi of some of nature’s greatest animal con artists as they outwit predators, line up their next meal and get the girl. To illustrate the point, we see a shady squirrel, a double-crossing cuttlefish, a conniving orchid mantis and a deceitful bird called a drongo use mimicry, disguise and trickery to get what they want.