Nature's Deadliest

2008, TV Show

Examining deadly animals from Australia, Africa and Brazil, and the creatures' killing mechanisms.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 9/10/2009

Season 1, Episode 4
Death comes in many varieties in the African wild: from the tiny black widow to the massive Hippo that's responsible for the most human deaths. We examine the impressive killing techniques of the animals that must kill to survive in the African continent.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 9/10/2009

Season 1, Episode 4
Australia is home to a unique group of deadly animals: From the world's most venomous snakes and spiders, to the ocean's number one killer, the Box Jelly fish. In the coastal waters the ferocious Bull Shark stalks the shallow waters and rivers, and in the far North, the Salt Water Crocodile reigns supreme. Nature's Deadliest examines these animals' unique methods of killing.

Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 9/10/2009

Season 1, Episode 4
Australia is home to a unique group of deadly animals: From the world's most venomous snakes and spiders, to the ocean's number one killer, the Box Jelly fish. In the coastal waters the ferocious Bull Shark stalks the shallow waters and rivers, and in the far North, the Salt Water Crocodile reigns supreme. Nature's Deadliest examines these animals' unique methods of killing.

Subscription | Netflix Aired: 6/1/2009

Season 1, Episode 3
Brazil's dark and steamy Amazon harbors some of the most lethal animals known to humankind. This episode explores the weaponry of these predators.

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Premiered: October 26, 2008, on Discovery Channel
Rating: TV-PG
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