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Beast of Bodmin, Giant Squid, Psychic Pets 2

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Published on May 28, 2010

1) UK : BEAST OF BODMIN - ALIEN BIG CATS (DUR: 8'54)
Thousands of sightings of the famous Beast of Bodmin Moor have been recorded and vicious attacks on stock reported - but no cat has ever been caught. Officially, the government says it can't be sure if these Alien Big Cats even exist....Animal X went in search of the truth travelling to the barren wildlands of Southwest England where the Big Cats are said to roam the desolate moors.

2) Australia : GIANT SQUID (DUR: 6'43)
Never seen alive by the human eye in its natural environs, the giant squid is a scientific phenomenon of monstrous proportions. Giant squids are carnivorous and can grow to a massive 20 metres in length. With eyes the size of hubcaps, beak-like mouths which can cut through steel and ten arms teeming with tentacles they were the terror of seafarers. Eye witness accounts dating back to the 1600s tell of giant squids battle with adult sperm whales and even a Norwegian Navy tanker. Tango with the tales of titanic tentacles on Animal X....

3) US : PSYCHIC ANIMALS II (DUR: 9'44)
Throughout history they've become renowned for their uncanny ability to sense certain things, most notably impending disaster. Countless animals have been attributed with helping to save lives, often in incredible feats of endurance. But is it possible for them to read our minds, know our intentions?

New research from London suggests they can, and over great distances and periods of time. In this second part, Animal X met up with the man at the centre of this research, Dr Rupert Sheldrake who, as well as looking into pets anticipating their owners return is also investigating pets that can predict earthquakes. His studies show that approximately one dog in two appears to know when their owner's coming home, even from as far away as New York to England. And he says it's possible for mice to predict earthquakes, as all animals in some way can sense an oncoming quake.

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