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National Geographic - World's Deadliest Animals (2006-2007)

Post by gavin63 » Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:11 pm

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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 these animals, we not only examine the magnificent adaptations that have allowed them to survive and thrive, but hear from someone who's met them first hand...and lived to tell the story. This first-person narrative offers both stunning detail and insight into why this animal is indeed considered one of the deadliest. They're beautiful, they're highly evolved, and they're dangerous they are Australia's Deadly Dozen.

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NG World's Deadliest Animals - Asia Pacific (2007)

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Asia Pacific

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Spanning two vast oceans and covering a region seven times larger than Europe, the Asia-Pacific contains unique ecosystems that boast more lethal creatures on land and undersea than anywhere else on Earth. From South-East Asia through Indonesia and down to Australia, jungles and farmland and volcanic mountains dot the tropical waters. Amongst these, there are twelve animals with the brains, bodies and temperaments that set them apart in a class of their own. From the Spitting Cobra to the Komodo Dragon and the Moray Eel to the Sumatran Tiger, meet Asia Pacific's deadliest animals.

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Post by gavin63 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:17 am

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From the parched deserts of Southwestern USA to lush forests of the Costa Rican mountains, delve into the deep, dark ecosystems in this part of the world. The creatures here have adapted to survive in an extraordinary variety of habitats, and that means they wield a diverse array of weapons. From the Bark Scorpion's heart-stopping sting to the Anaconda's giant coils, and the Gila Monster, one of only two venomous lizards in the world, to the shark-hunting Humboldt Squid, count down the region's twelve deadliest animals.

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NG World's Deadliest Animals - Amazon (2007)

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The steamy jungles of the Amazon region reverberate with the sound of screeches, growls and grunts. These are the noises of creatures hidden in the trees vying with one another for survival. From the snapping jaws of the Caiman to the bloody kiss of the Vampire Bat to the razor sharp teeth of the Piranha, count down the twelve most deadly animals in the world's largest rainforest.

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NG World's Deadliest Animals - Asia - Land of Extremes (2007)

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Asia is the largest and most populated continent on the planet. People compete for space here with some of the most impressive animals in the world. Creatures that have ingenious adaptations to hunt and defend. Large and powerful predators stalk the snowy landscape in Siberia, and patrol the tropical waters of the Pacific. Ancient, armoured creatures rule Asia's grasslands and wetlands. Deadly snakes strike from below, while cunning monkeys attack from above. Perhaps most impressive is the massive polar bear, the largest land based carnivore. They are remarkable animals, armed with massive jaws, venomous bites and impressive strength. Take a journey into their domain for a close-up look at their lethal abilities: how they hunt, kill and defend. Count down Asia's twelve deadliest animals and see what happens if we get in their way.

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Post by emoneypitt » Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:34 am

The Deep
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 full, lethal potential -- and see what happens if we get in their way. They are elusive, powerful… and they are dangerous. They are the Ocean's Deadly Dozen.
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Re: National Geograhpic - World's Deadliest Animals (2006-2007)

Post by emoneypitt » Sat Mar 13, 2010 4:43 am

Africa
Africas wild spaces host an incredible array of creatures who engage in a daily ballet of life and death. Among this myriad of species is an elite group of twelve an assembly of mammals, reptiles and arachnids equipped with an arsenal of predator skills. Now, witness their magnificence by journeying into their inner sanctums. From the arid Saharan deserts in the north, to the lush plains of the south, to the expansive Nile River, they creep crawl and live where we live, work, and play. This shows climax comes when it reaches the animal whose size, power and skill surpasses all others. To best understand this animal, we not only examine the magnificent adaptations that have allowed them to survive and thrive, but hear from someone whos met them first hand…and lived to tell the story. This first-person narrative offers both stunning detail and insight into why this animal is indeed considered one of the deadliest. Theyre beautiful, theyre highly evolved, and theyre dangerousthey are Africas Deadly Dozen. This episode of Deadly Dozen, the National Geographic Channels newest wildlife series, features twelve of the deadliest creatures found in Africa. From the puff adder to the death stalker scorpion to the cape buffalo, their diverse weaponry and tactics are surprising and impressive. Some deliver poison through hollow, hypodermic needle-like fangs. Others use sheer power to seize with deadly teeth. And still others employ their massive bulk in self-defense. Deadly Dozen: Africa starts with a hiss of death, profiling four of Africas most dangerous venomous snakes: the Puff Adder, Cape Cobra, Green Mamba and Black Mamba. Then its off to where the Death Stalker Scorpion and Spotted Hyena rule with efficient fury. From there, massive conflicts arise when the African Rock Python, Cape Buffalo, and Elephant demonstrate how they defend themselves from predatorsboth natural and human. Next, take a trip to the watering hole the back drop to the awesome power of two of Africas biggest aquatic creatures: the Nile Crocodile and Hippopotamus. Finally, the program concludes with a survivors first-hand account of that its like to come face-to-face with perhaps the most feared of Africas dozen: the Lion. Deadly Dozen: Africa is a thrilling walk on natures wild side and an hour of television not to be missed.

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Post by emoneypitt » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:53 am

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 American bison. Finally, the hour concludes with one man's firsthand account of what it is like to face down the largest creature walking the Earth: the African Elephant.

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Post by emoneypitt » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:56 am

Urban Jungle
We might think our cities of glass, concrete and steel are immune to the dangers of nature. But we are 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 behaviour to capitalize our presence. Either way, when our paths cross with theirs, the results can be devastating. They are tough, and adaptable, and dangerous-they are The City's Deadly Dozen.

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Post by emoneypitt » Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:01 pm

Forests
National Geographic Channel's hit series return with a new episode featuring 12 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 plenty of prey. The forest is a complex environment, shaping the lives of every creature in it.

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Post by emoneypitt » Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:10 pm

India

Crocs, killer snakes, tigers, scorpions and elephants headline India's Deadly Dozen

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Post by emoneypitt » Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:01 am

North America

Brown recluse spiders, killer bees, rattlesnakes, alligators, cougars and grizzly bears highlight North America's Deadly Dozen.

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