Inspired by his amazing list of Deadly 60 animals, Steve Backshall challenges a team of artists to create some astounding deadly animal art.
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Jo and Mike make a huge spider in the deadly art studio.
Nicola and Mike make a massive leopard out of four tonnes of sand.
Jo and Michelle make a beautiful stained glass window.
Mike and Nicola make an aye-aye animation and Mike demonstrates how to make aye-aye hands.
Nicola and Jo create a vibrant squid with glow in the dark ink.
Jo and Nicola use loads of tyres to create a massive scorpion sculpture.
Jo and Michelle make a creepy work of metal art.
Mike and Nicola pour lots of runny paint on a canvas to create a beautiful lion picture.
Michelle and Nicola use stencilling to create a colony of bats.
Mike and Nicola use wax and chiffon to create an underwater painting of the barracuda.
Michelle and Jo use bin bags to create a pair of hunting black eagles.
Jo and Mike create a bunch of chimpanzees out of wood, moulds and a lot of spray paint.
Michelle and Nicola cut out lots of wooden shapes to create a perfect killer moment.
The Nile crocodile is the subject of this episode's Big Art.
The Pit Viper is the subject of this episode's Big Art.
Mike and Nicola ink up a massive painting of a deadly hornet swarm.
Mike and Jo make a huge lionfish in the Deadly Art studio.
Mike and Michelle make the biggest snake ever built in the studio.
The team makes a giant anteater picture out of wallpaper.
Michelle and Mike make a hunting pack of sharks in the studio.
Michelle and Jo create a comic book-style painting, and draw an African hunting dog.
Mike and Michelle create an awesome polystyrene lizard.
Michelle and Mike create a gannet feeding frenzy using the paper-folding art of origami.
Michelle and Nicola fill the studio with a giant inflatable octopus.
The Deadly artists push art to the limit.