Beast In Her Backyard+
Australia is a country of vast landscapes and raw beauty, and home to some of the most venomous and deadly predators in the world. Those who survive have extraordinary stories to tell. Glenn made it home from work in time for a sunset surf at Sydneys famous Bondi Beach.
Some of the most deadly and venomous predators live in Australia. Those who are attacked have amazing survival stories to tell. Young Osborne was stung by a deadly Box Jellyfish while swimming at a beach in Queensland. Amazing live footage captured by his sister at the time shows the agony he endured as the toxins took over his body, causing his heart to stop beating twice.
Grandma V. Croc+
Australia's deadliest creatures come in all shapes and sizes. A grandmother woke in the middle of the night to discover a saltwater crocodile dragging her sons friend from his tent. With no thought for her own safety, she leapt onto its back only to be attacked herself as the croc swung around and grabbed her by the arm.
Australia is filled with picturesque beaches, parks and rivers but they are not just appealing to the tourists. A late night fishing trip turned into disaster when two mates found themselves stranded on an isolated river when the boat's engine went dead. Rabeh left his friend Sal and decided to venture through the bush to get help. Stumbling in the dark, he fell onto a Redback spiders nest.
When it comes to deadly venomous creatures, size doesnt matter. Australia is home to the Irukandji Jellyfish, which is only the size of a thumb nail, and the paralysis tick, which can smaller than a millimeter. Both of can be deadly within 24 hours.
Surfer V. Jaws+
Australia is a country of vast landscapes and raw beauty, and home to some of the most venomous and deadly predators in the world. Zac was excited for a morning surfing with his older brother and mate at a remote surf break in Western Australia. It was a gray, overcast day, but the last thing on the young surfers mind was sharks until… one took off his leg in a single bite.
Australia's beautiful land and oceans is inhabited by some of the most venomous and deadly creatures. The jack jumper ant is native to Australia, and their venom is one of the most powerful in the insect world.
Australia's vast landscapes and beautiful waters are home to some of the worlds most deadly creatures. On tonights episode Ron was excited to try out his brand new wetsuit in the surf one late afternoon. His father was watching from the car, uneasy about his son surfing in the overcast, drizzly conditions. Ron was about to catch a wave back to shore when he felt a shark tear at his leg.
Minutes To Kill+
Australia is a country of vast landscapes and raw beauty, and home to some of the most venomous and deadly predators in the world. Those who survive have extraordinary stories to tell… Rachael was swimming in a river with her brother in north Queensland when she felt something sting her across both legs.
Sea Lion Attack+
Australia's beautiful land and oceans is inhabited by some of the most venomous and deadly creatures. On tonights episode Ella was enjoying a day out with friends skiing in the ocean when she was hit from below by an aggressive 600-pound Sea Lion that knocked out her teeth and severed her neck a millimeter from her carotid artery.
Some of the most deadly and venomous predators live in Australia. Those who are attacked have amazing survival stories to tell. On tonights episode Lisa was enjoying the clear ocean and the beautiful day on a wakeboarding trip with two friends, Mark and Rowan, when she felt a force grab her from below. She was in the deadly jaws of a massive Great White shark.
Australia is home to some of the most deadly creatures in the world. Survivors of attacks tell their extraordinary tales and how the bravery of others helped them survive. In tonights episode Dave was attacked by a Bull Shark while trying out his new surfboard. If it wasnt for his mates, he wouldnt be here to tell his story…