- 3 Deadly 60 - Wikipedia - Learn about Deadly 60 here en.wikipedia.org/wiki The history of Deadly 60 describes the efforts in the 1970s and 1980s to build small...
Deadly 60. Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
Steve now presents the BBC series Deadly 60, a children’s show that sees him travelling the world in search of the most deadly predators. When he isn’t coming face to face with deadly animals, Steve enjoys rock climbing and mountaineering. He’s qualified as an advanced Himalayan Expedition leader from India’s Nehru Institute of ...
With Steve Backshall. A lightly presented nature documentary series. In each season, adventurous British zoologist Steve Backshall travels around the world to select sixty of the most deadly and interesting animal species, from insects to giants, many predators, others just armed with deadly defensive means. Every episode yields three or more of them, with something in common, such as the ...
Steve Backshall is back for Deadly 60 - coming face to face with the world's deadliest animals and for the first time investigating the deadly threats to their survival. Steve finds out who is boss as he faces a real life King Kong. He gets up close to Africa's largest snake and stakes out a ...
This time on Deadly 60 Steve's on his home turf, scouring land, sea and air, for some of the deadliest critters that the UK has to offer. First, he heads for the seas off the coast of Plymouth, in ...
Deadly 60 Share on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Email. From tiger sharks to giant centipedes, funnel web spiders to the golden poison frog; Steve searches through trees, deserts, swamps and seas in ...