Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
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Steve Backshall and his crew have a close encounter with a group of komodo dragons.
Steve has a unique and potentially lethal encounter with a pack of spotted hyenas.
Steve heads for the seas off the coast of Plymouth in search of monsters from the deep.
Steve and the crew head to the home of some of the most impressive predators on Earth.
Steve Backshall is charmed by the snake-stomping secretary bird.
Steve and the crew head to Mexico's breathtaking Yucatan Peninsula.
Steve and the crew are in Australia and it's deadly to the extreme.
Steve and the team head to New Zealand for the first time.
Steve and the crew are back in South Africa, one of the deadly capitals of the world.
Steve goes in search of the most venomous animal on earth, the box jellyfish.
Steve braves a thunderstorm to get a close-up view of one of the world's rarest canines.
Steve enlists the help of an elephant to track down a very grumpy rhinoceros.
Steve searches a swamp at night for a rare and beautiful crocodile with a nasty bite.
Steve heads beneath the rainforest into a dark cave infested with vampire bats.
Steve heads out for a night-time encounter with a monster of the Amazonian waterways.
Steve tries to free dive with the largest animal ever known to have lived.
Steve attempts to catch a glimpse of the majestic and seldom seen Sri Lankan leopard.
Steve joins a team of scientists tracking and tagging wild bobcats.
Steve wades into a swamp to try and catch a slippery amphibian.
The crew reveal how they film stunning images of the planet's most lethal predators.
Steve Backshall delves into the weird and wonderful world of parasites.
Steve Backshall takes a look at some of the skills and senses that many animals have.
Steve Backshall investigates how humans are coming into contact with dangerous animals.
Steve Backshall looks at the incredible methods animals employ to protect themselves.
Steve Backshall examines the increasing pressures threatening animals worldwide.
Steve Backshall looks back at some remarkable and unseen Deadly 60 footage.