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Welcome to another episode of STRIKE ZONE! This time, we’re taking you into the slow motion strike zone of the Panther Chameleon, Pacman Frog, and the Alligator Snapping Turtle! Are you ready to see a snapping turtle bite in super SLOW MOTION?! Get ready to enter the STRIKE ZONE!
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