Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
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Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall encounters an angry hippo and a venomous scorpion.
Wildlife expert Steve Backshall and his crew head for the Australian continent.
Steve comes face to face with a huge lace monitor lizard.
Steve tries to track down the elusive duck-billed platypus.
Steve Backshall meets one of the planet's ultimate killers, the saltwater crocodile.
Steve is on the trail of the saw-scaled viper, said to be the deadliest snake on earth.
Steve Backshall is in India on the search for tigers.
In the Gomantong cave system, Steve encounters thousands of cockroaches.
Off the coast of Borneo, Steve Backshall comes face to face with a venomous scorpion fish.
The Deadly team have a close call as they uncover a hornets' nest in a loft.
Steve spots otters with Terry Nutkins, and falls prey to the incredible peregrine falcon.
Adventurer Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60 team head north to Alaska.
In the Arizona desert, Steve finds deadly rattlesnakes and an elusive cougar.
Steve and the team are on the search for deadly animals in the swamps of the southern USA.
Steve Backshall heads to the Bahamas to get up close and personal with sharks.
In Brazil's northern savannah, Steve Backshall seeks the elusive giant anteater.
In the flooded forests of Brazil, Steve takes a swim in a piranha-infested river.
Steve and the team encounter a colony of army ants on the move in the rainforest.
Steve dispels myths about some deadly animals and shows how incredible they are.
A look at Steve's favourite creatures, whose jaws, claws and venom are useful weapons.
Steve Backshall introduces incredible critters who didn't quite make the Deadly 60 list.
Steve Backshall looks back at some of his favourite animal encounters from the series.
Showing the difficulties of filming in the tundra of Alaska and the rainforests of Brazil.
Steve finishes his journey with a look at the vulnerable side of deadly animals.