Deadly 60

Catch up TV on Deadly 60. Watch the latest and all other episodes of Deadly 60 now online, broadcasted on ABC3. Catch up on your favorite ABC3 TV show: Deadly 60. Replay tv on its best! Steve Backshall travels to the deadliest desert on the planet, the Baja peninsula in Mexico. Steve searches for a tarantula hawk wasp, serpents and takes to the water in the Sea of Cortez in search of the Humboldt squid.

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Season 1, Episode 4 (Australia 1) 28:00

Season 1, Episode 4 (Australia 1)

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Steve Backshall and his crew head to Australia in his search to find the world's 60 most deadly creatures. Steve takes a look at the tiger snake, pelican and the bottlenose dolphin to see what incredible predators they are.
Season 1, Episode 3 (South Africa 3) 29:00

Season 1, Episode 3 (South Africa 3)

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Steve Backshall tries to find Great White sharks using an inflatable boat however the rough weather of the Southern Cape forces him and his team on a trip inland to an animal sanctuary.
Season 1, Episode 2 (South Africa 2) 29:00

Season 1, Episode 2 (South Africa 2)

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When a Nile crocodile attacks a local six-year-old girl in her own swimming pool, Steve makes it his mission to investigate whether these ancient reptiles truly deserve their deadly reputation.
Season 2, Episode 3 (British Columbia 2) 29:00

Season 2, Episode 3 (British Columbia 2)

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Still in Canada Steve finds the biggest sea lion in the world; is on the trail of the smelliest animal on the planet, the skunk; then tries his hand at becoming a racoon; and tracks the powerful black bear.
Season 2, Episode 2 (British Columbia) 29:00

Season 2, Episode 2 (British Columbia)

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Steve Backshall and the crew pitch up in British Columbia, Canada. It's an explorer's paradise with infinite untouched wilderness and spectacular animals like the wolf eel, the giant Pacific octopus and the huge killer whale.
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