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From bears in swimming pools to top predators living in the heart of New York City, this one-off special takes a look at the world’s strangest and most unexpected animal invasions. As we move creatures around the world, and our towns and cities spill into the wilderness, we’re coming into contact with the most unlikely cast of animal characters. Stories include African hippos now living happily in South America, North American raccoons invading the German capital Berlin and rare sea mammals flocking to the waters around power stations.
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