A hyena and her young roaming in Kruger National Park, Africa. They are scavengers but also predatory strategists, a typical stratagem being to form a semi-circle around a herd and pick off the stragglers. This image is from World's Deadliest.
This Polar Bear and two cubs were feeding on a just caught bearded seal. The polar bears keen sense of smell can detect a seal from a mile away and under three feet of snow. This image is from World's Deadliest.
A Nile crocodile (crocodylus niloticus) displaying its teeth in South Africa. They have up to 68 teeth - shed and replaced all their lives, to keep them sharp. The Nile croc is Africa's biggest reptile and the top predator in its rivers. It grows longer than five meters, and weighs more than 900 kilograms. This image is from World's Deadliest.
A Jumping spider has its fangs in a fly. The jumping spider has eight eyes and eight legs to work with. It has 360 degrees of vision and also great distance vision. This image is from World's Deadliest.
Brazil: A frog in the rainforest surrounding Jau National Park. Frogs are very sensitive to humidity so their abundance in the rainforest can be a good indication that the ecosystem is doing well. This image is from Access 360°: The Amazon.