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This documentary explores the most dangerous animals of Asia, counting down to the most deadly of them all.
12 Episodes 2018 - 2018
In the season opener, rhinos, Indian leopards are spotlighted alongside Asian forest centipedes, orangutans, and flower urchins.
Golden eagles, coconut crabs, sharks and camel spiders show off their fierce skills. Sun bears and saltwater crocodiles demonstrate why they should be feared.
A look at slow lorises, disease-ridden rats, and scorpions. Also featured: Indian cobras, deadly toads, and stingrays.
Langur monkeys, tigers, Joro spiders, and tomistomas show off what they've got. Asian needle ants terrify as otters and the fearsome king cobra tries to beat them all.
Water buffaloes, needlefish, and deadly crabs compete in a show of deadly tactics. Box jellyfish and pythons round out an episode full of nature's most terrifying creations.
Cone snails, Asian black bears, red pandas, and coral snakes batlle it out to be the most deadly. Eurasian lynxes, Asian elephants, and red lionfish compete in a display of scary weaponry.
Asiatic lions come up against Komodo dragons, electric eels, and golden jackals. Wolverines, stripled eel catfish, and brown bears vye for the top spot.
Wild boars, dogs, pufferfish, and Indian red scorpions show why they're best to be avoided. Asian tiger mosquitoes and common kraits go head to head to discover who is worst.
Wolves, stonefish, and porcupines come face to face in a display of strength. Sloth bears, gibbons, and snow leopards are put to the test to see who is the scariest of them all.
Tue, Aug 11, 2020 45 mins
The fearsome honey badger comes up against the viper, triggerfish, and macaque. Yaks and blue-ringed octopus compete to see who is the most deadly.
Huge moray eels go up against gaurs, banded sea kraits, and Asian forest scorpions. Gharials, billfish, and Asian giant hornets compete in the battle of the most dangerous.
In the season finale, the most dangerous animal of them all is crowned. Out of the 72, only one can take the top place.