A wildebeest steps into an African river, its thirst complicated by the constant threat of a crocodile's jaws.
SNAP! In a blink, a gruesome struggle ensues and as the prehistoric beast pulls its prey into the water, cameras are rolling: more primal reality TV for the animal-loving viewers of the National Geographic Channel.
Without the invention of the moving picture or the patient skills of the natural photographer, our understanding of predator and prey would be severely limited.
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