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World's Deadliest returns for a second season to take you from the Amazon to the African plains, where lethal killers and nighttime assassins stalk and hunt down prey with specially adapted bodies. The peregrine falcon’s vision is eight times sharper than humans, and is crucial for singling out prey. There are about 2,000 spots on a cheetah’s coat, camouflaging it right before taking a six-metre-long stride to its next meal. While every animal is equipped with evolutionary advantages, there are some animals who excel at executing a kill, earning them the title of the World's Deadliest.
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