The Most Extreme

Season 3 Episode 18

Odd Couples

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM May 04, 2005 on Animal Planet
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The famous 1968 movie, "The Odd Couple" shows that sometimes two completely different people can join forces to create a box office legend. But animals of different species need to stick together for their own survival. We're counting down the top 10 oddest animal couples in search of the ultimate dream team. Some animals benefit from the relation, other's don't, and sometimes both benefit. Discover how some couples have a match made in Heaven or in Hell when odd couples are taken to the Most Extreme.moreless

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      • Top 10 animal pair-ups:
        Greenland Shark and Copepod Greenland sharks are known to be sluggish in cold water, so a small bioluminescent copepod attaches itself to the eye and acts like a fishing lure. Shark gets a lure, copepod gets a home.
        Tree Ant and Caterpillar Caterpillar is ant's bodyguard.
        Tarantula and Frog
        Coyote and Badger Coyotes and badgers occasionally work together to catch food, even though they don't usually share it.
        Honeyguide and Honey badger
        Pistol Shrimp and Goby Pistol shrimp houses goby, goby protects and guides pistol shrimp.
        Giraffe and Oxpecker Oxpeckers pick ticks off giraffes. Giraffe gets groomed; Oxpecker gets lunch.
        Hermit Crab and Sea Anemone
        Mussel and Bitterling
        Snapper and Tongue louse

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