Ten Deadliest Snakes

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Monday 12:00

Hazardous Mission

00:30

WHEN TO WATCH

  1. Monday 27 March at 12:00

    Phillipines

  2. Tuesday 28 March at 03:00

    Phillipines

  3. Tuesday 28 March at 12:00

    Brazil

Synopsis

In this high-octane series, Nigel Marven counts down his list of the ten deadliest snakes across four corners of the globe, from the sweltering rainforests of the Philippines to the scorching deserts of the Middle East. On this extraordinary journey Nigel visits spectacular locations including a natural wonder of the world, uncovers fascinating behaviours and encounters a thrilling cast of creatures, from a powerful python to venomous vipers.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Phillipines

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    Philippines: Nigel's countdown takes him to the Philippines, where he seeks out a sea serpent with a deadly bite and the world's most venomous cobra. (1 of 4)

    Next Showing
    Monday 27 March at 12:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
    Next Showing
    Tuesday 28 March at 03:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
  • Brazil

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    Brazil: From the wetlands of Rio Grande to the mighty Amazon rainforest, Brazil is a hotspot for deadly snakes and Nigel is seeking them out as he counts down his top ten. (2 of 4)

    Next Showing
    Tuesday 28 March at 12:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
    Next Showing
    Wednesday 29 March at 03:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
  • Mexico

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    Mexico is home to an incredible 400 snake species, nearly a fifth of which are venomous. Nigel searches high and low for his top ten. (3 of 4)

    Next Showing
    Wednesday 29 March at 12:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
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    Thursday 30 March at 03:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
  • Arabia

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    Middle East: Nigel heads to the scorching deserts of Oman and the United Arab Emirates as he hunts out some of the most adaptable, resilient and dangerous snakes of them all. (4 of 4)

    Next Showing
    Thursday 30 March at 12:00
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    On NatGeo Wild
    Next Showing
    Friday 31 March at 03:00
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    On NatGeo Wild