Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
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In Mexico, Steve Backshall takes to the water in search of a monster of the deep seas.
In Canada, Steve gets the surprise of his life while kayaking with killer whales.
There's a surprise in store when Steve tracks down the infamous black bear.
Steve and the crew are thrown deep in the steamy rainforests of Costa Rica.
Steve gets hands-on with a poisonous frog and nearly gets a nip from a vampire!
Steve chases a deadly racer snake downriver and handles some giant bullet ants.
Deep in the waters of the Indian Ocean, Steve finds the biggest fish in the sea.
Steve swims in shark-infested waters and finds a nest of killer bees in South Africa.
In Namibia, Steve gets up close to a vulture and a tiny but mighty spider.
Steve dons a camouflage suit to beat a leopard at its own game by hunting his crew.
Steve and the team embark on an adventure across the vast island of Madagascar.
Steve is in Uganda, getting up close and personal with gorillas, baboons and chimps.
In Thailand, Steve comes face-to-face with the longest venomous snake in the world.
In the Philippines, Steve goes nose-to-nose with a living dinosaur.
Steve searches the jungle for a lethal predator who eats his victims head first.
Steve Backshall takes a close look at dogs and their distant relatives, wolves.
Steve and his trusty team head to the frozen north of Norway.
Steve builds a giant web to demonstrate just what lethal killers spiders can be.
In Argentina, Steve searches for an anaconda and swims in piranha-infested waters.
Steve and the crew are in Peru, searching for elusive giant river otters.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the series is filmed.
Reading the tracks and signs left by an animal can lead to fantastic encounters.
Steve takes a look inside some of the top predators featured on Deadly 60.
Steve Backshall is spat at and bitten by several creatures as he takes a look at venom.
A look at the contenders that didn't quite make it onto the Deadly 60 list.
Steve Backshall looks at animals that are both deadly and endangered.