Watch Nature's Deadliest
Venture into the rainforests of Brazil. Lose yourself in the wild beauty of the African savannah. Nature's Deadliest is a television series dedicated to educating and warning the public about the most dangerous predators living all over the world. From the tiny Violin Spider to the enormous Cape Buffalo, get up close and personal with some of the most lethal killers on earth. Each episode highlights a different region of the world and the most frightening predators to be found there. Be prepared. This show is not for the faint of heart. The images can be disturbing and some scenes are downright gruesome in portraying these dangerous animals at their worst.
Nature's Deadliest is not a simple animal attack series, however. The science involved is educational as well as entertaining. Experts are invited to weigh in on specific species behavior and highlight your best chances of survival. When dealing with carnivorous species, information is crucial to stay alive.
- Discovery Channel
- 1 Season, 8 Episodes
- October 27, 2008
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Death in the African wild comes in many forms, from the tiny black widow to the massive hippo. Examine the region's animals that must kill to survive.
Brazil's dark and steamy Amazon harbors some of the most lethal animals known to humankind. Nature's Deadliest: Brazil explores the tactics and weaponry of these predators, and why humans can never tame the Brazilian jungle.
Africa is home to some of the most lethal and powerful animals on the planet. From the crushing jaws of the spotted hyena, to the lethal venom of the Black mamba, we examine the weaponry of these master predators.
Australia is home to some of the most lethal animals on the planet. Nature's Deadliest examines the weaponry of these predators and the often deadly effects they have on their human victims.
The weapon of choice for thousand of species is venom. Which one is the most deadly to man?
One of the world's most dangerous fish is the piranha.
The worlds most massive serpent is the anaconda. Zoologist Nigel Marven believes they could reach more than 30 feet in length and takes us on a South America adventure.
In 1957 a controlled experiment in a remote laboratory in Brazil went terribly wrong. Killer bees began invading the U.S. and claimed thousands of lives and advancing at 15 miles every month. Learn how this lethal force of nature is an increasing threat.