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Asia is the largest and most populated continent on the planet. Here people compete for space with some of the most impressive animals in the world. Creatures that have ingenious adaptations to hunt and defend.
National Geographic Channel's hit series returns with a new episode featuring twelve of the deadliest creatures hiding in the forest. They hunt in the dense underbrush, high in the forest canopy and emerge from underground to do battle on the forest floor. Each one of these animals is equipped with unique adaptations for survival - including deadly weaponry and cunning strategies. But the forest is more than a backdrop in the brutal struggle for survival. Often it plays a key role. Its foliage offers camouflage for stealth attacks, its trees provide a platform from which powerful carnivores launch their assaults and its rich food resources attract...
Desert To Grassland+
The Desert and Grassland's Deadly Dozen begins with the world's fastest rattler: the sidewinder. Then we travel to Africa for a close up look at one of the world's deadliest - and tiniest - arachnids, the six-eyed sand spider. Next, the beautiful and highly toxic zebra snake. On the open savannahs, three top predators rule the plains by working together - the African lion, the cheetah, and the spotted hyena. Next we take a closer look at three deadly deceivers, the desert death adder, the western coral snake, and the African wild dog. But humans take dangerous risks when they ignore the boundaries set by massive plant eaters - black rhinos and...
We might think our cities of glass, concrete and steel are immune to the dangers of nature. But we're wrong. Wild creatures survive and even thrive in the heart of the city. Among these many species is an exceptional group of twelve - an assembly of mammals, arachnids, and reptiles equipped with an arsenal of predatory and defensive skills and weaponry. Now, witness how they adapt and prosper in a world dominated by humans, hunting on the city streets or altering their behavior to capitalize our presence. Either way, when our paths cross with theirs, the results can be devastating. They're tough, and adaptable, and dangerous-they are The City's...
Oceans cover two thirds of our planet. These five massive bodies of water create the largest eco system on the planet. The Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Antarctic Oceans contain some of the most dangerous animals on earth. Unique and venomous creatures hunt in tropical waters, while powerful carnivores rule the icy Antarctic. Ideally suited for survival in their ocean environments, twelve elite creatures stand above the pack, armed with keen intellect, ingenious camouflage, venomous fangs and bone-crushing jaws. Whether hunting or defending, their hardcore weaponry should be avoided at all costs! Dive into their world to experience their...
Stretching from the North Pole to the tropics, life in Asia is tough. To survive, Asia's animals have developed into some of the most ferocious – polar bears, grizzly bears, cobras and giant hornets.Next ShowingFriday 24 February at 18:45 CATOn National Geographic WILD
From the parched deserts of Southwestern USA to lush forests of the Costa Rican mountains, this episode covers some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet.Next ShowingFriday 10 February at 18:45 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Explore the steamy jungles of the Amazon region and the deadly creatures that fight for survival in the forest.Next ShowingFriday 3 February at 18:45 CATOn National Geographic WILD
North America is home to a range of deadly creatures, covering the painted deserts, the coastal waterways, the dense forests – and the back yards of the people who live there.Next ShowingFriday 17 February at 18:45 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Australia, a continent unto itself…home to scores of creatures found nowhere else in the world. Among this myriad of species is an elite group of twelve --an assembly of animals, insects, and arachnids-- equipped with an arsenal of predatory skills. Brilliantly adapted, beautiful to observe, they enthrall and amaze us. Now, witness their magnificence by journeying to their inner sanctums. From the Great Barrier Reef to the Outback, to the urban jungle, they creep crawl and live where we live, work, and play. The shows climax comes when it reaches the animal whose size, strength or fearsome reputation looms above all others. To best understand...
India, one of the oldest and culturally rich countries on the planet. Its Its millions of square miles contain six distinct climate zones and sustain nearly a billion people . Living within its arid deserts, lush jungles, and rugged mountains are scores of dangerous species. Among this myriad is an elite group of twelve --an assembly of mammals, reptiles, and arachnids-- equipped with an arsenal of predatory skills. Brilliantly adapted, beautiful to observe, they enthrall and amaze us. Now, witness their magnificence by journeying to their inner sanctums. From the foothills of the Himalayas to the forests of the Sunderbans, Indias deadly dozen...
Africa's wild spaces host an incredible array of creatures that engage in a daily ballet of life and death. Among them is an elite group of animals equipped with an arsenal of predatory skills.