72 Dangerous Animals: Australia

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Get an up-close look at Australia's deadliest creatures in this series that features interviews with wildlife experts and survivors of attacks.

Tuesday 7:30 PM et/pt on National Geographic
1 Season, 12 Episodes
September 2, 2014
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Mitch Ryan, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jamie Seymour, Rick Shine
72 Dangerous Animals: Australia

72 Dangerous Animals: Australia Full Episode Guide

  • This episode counts down Australia's top 10 deadliest animals, including the razor-jawed jack jumper ant and the beautiful killer box jellyfish.

  • Which beast has the most vicious bite? It might be the jaws of an ancient creature, a rare reptile's fangs or poisonous spines caught on a fish hook.

  • See how Australia's grasslands harbor animals worth worrying about, especially the venomous reptiles that slither among the country's green fields.

  • Visit with one of Australia's most feared ocean dwellers: The stingray glides through the water, waiting to inflict pain with its barbed stinger.

  • This episode focuses on dangerous beasts and their natural weapons: Talons, teeth, fangs and tentacles are all instruments of pain and death.

  • This episode focuses on deadly creatures' playful ways, including the brutal sea lion, the poisonous stonefish and the furry fruit bat.

  • This episode reveals how a soothing dip in Australia's ocean can turn terrifying when the cold eyes and sharp teeth of a shark appear.

  • Meet a wild canine with cute puppies and a bad reputation. Learn why the wild dingo may look cuddly, but is a deadly playmate.

  • Take an insider's look at Australia's most deadly and diminutive species, including a virus-carrying mosquito and the waterhole-dwelling olive python.

  • From city fliers and ocean swimmers to outback dwellers and even an extinct species, see how this group of beasts ranks on the danger scale.

  • Cameras capture creatures with a mean streak and lightning-quick reflexes, including a tiny grub with potent itch power and a giant water buffalo.

  • Venomous critters roam both land and sea in Australia. Under the ocean's surface is an entire world of swimmers inflicting pain and paralysis.

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