See the world through the eyes of nature’s fastest animal—the peregrine falcon.
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Learn about the adaptations that make the peregrine falcon a highly effective aerial predator in these videos from NOVA World's Fastest Animal.
Learn how human cities meet the needs of peregrine falcons for their survival in these video resources from NOVA World's Fastest Animal.