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Published on Jul 27, 2010

New Zealand: MOA

The Moa bird was the largest winged creature ever to walk the earth. Stretching up to 3 meters in height, this bird lived in New Zealand for over 20 million years. Then suddenly in the 1600s, it disappeared -- a victim of man's brutality. But is the Moa really extinct? Several recent sightings of a giant bird have captured the imagination of the country. Animal X goes in search of the truth.


UK: ANIMAL SUPERSTITIONS

And in England, Animal X reveals the eerie curse of The Tower of London. This 1000 year old castle is home to the massive black raven, and legend has it that if the birds ever leave, the country will be destroyed. A more terrifying tale is that of the ship Calpean Star and the tragedy that overwhelmed it after an albatross was accidentally killed aboard. Are these tales only Animal Superstitions or could they be evidence of animal powers?


USA: DRAIN DWELLERS

And finally, could colonies of bizarre, mutant creatures be secretly surviving in the dark, damp world of city sewers? In New York, Animal X goes underground in search of strange drain dwellers rumoured to roam the shadowy maze.

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