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World's Deadliest Collection is a television series based on the most fascinating creatures of our planet. Watch as national geographic explores the wild and terrifying adventures of a great white shark or a jelly fish. See how a lion, tiger, or bear stock, torment, and kill for their prey. This is an in depth documentary on all carnivorous wild animals that circle our sky, run our land, to lurk in the ocean depths.

World's Deadliest Collection is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on September 18, 2010.

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National Geographic
1 Season, 5 Episodes
September 18, 2010
Cast: Salvatore Vecchio
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  • The world's largest snake lurks in the mud of the Venezuelan wetlands. Here, researcher Jesus Rivas stomps barefoot through waters rich with caimans, wading birds, capybaras and even piranhas to capture, tag and study the great anaconda.

  • India hosts an incredible array of wild creatures that engage in a daily ballet of life and death. These creatures have honed their skills to ensure the survival of their species, and have become experts in tracking down prey and gobbling it up. Journey to their inner sanctums with National Geographic to witness firsthand their savagery and their genius in their battles for survival.

  • The polar bear, brown bear and black bear can weigh more than 1,000 pounds, outrun an Olympic sprinter and take out prey with a single swipe of the paw. Deconstruct these bioengineering marvels to learn the secrets of maximum bears.

  • The largest reptile on earth is lurking in the rivers of Australia's Northern Territory. A master predator, each year this cunning croc is tested by nature's harsh extremes and must battle for dominance with its own kind. Using high-speed cameras and infrared technology, National Geographic reveals how this stealthy "salty," with senses and instincts honed over the ages, is able to retain King Croc status.

  • See how a pride of South African lions hunt three distinct prey animals in the Singita Game Reserve. Observe the Pride's unique strategies as they pursue zebra, impala, and ultimately the tallest land animal, the giraffe. Out maneuvering the prey is no easy task; especially when each species is equipped with its own set of defensive adaptations. Even so, the lions must eat - and their hunting skills must prevail if they are to survive.