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Extreme Engineering: Container Ship Port
To accommodate the new mega container ships, many ports need to expand. Watch how Pier T receives a makeover to handle these new demands in Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering."
Mega Machines: Claas Ventor Sugarcane Harvester
Equipped with a 350 horsepower 10 cylinder engine and razor sharp claws, the Claas Ventor sugarcane harvester can shred up to an acre an hour. Learn how this mean machine works on TLC's "Mega Machines."
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