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National Geographic
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  • AFRICA'S DEADLIEST

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In every habitat, there are a handful of animals that have evolved together over millennia to become masters of each other's destruction: predators honed by time into the perfect killers of their victims, despite every anti-predatory adaptation Nature fights back with. Africa is home to some of the deadliest creatures of all, and in this series, you'll see them like never before.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Africa's Deadliest: Giant Killers
    There is no peace in Africa for natures giant killers. Hippos, elephants, buffalos and others battle it out to become Africas deadliest.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Ganglands
    Watch out for hungry gangs when they have their eyes set on a target. These are the animals that thirst for blood in a group. These are Africa’s gang killers.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Cat Attack
    There is nothing more exciting than watching a lions moving in for the kill but there are other cats just as agile & dangerous. Get ready for Africa’s Deadliest Cats.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Cat Attack
    There is nothing more exciting than watching a lions moving in for the kill but there are other cats just as agile & dangerous. Get ready for Africa’s Deadliest Cats.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Killer Tactics
    Equipped with super-senses, cunning strategies, lightning-fast reactions and remarkable physiological adaptations, these creatures are at the top of their game.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Lethal Weapons
    Tusks, claws and beaks can pierce, stun and deceive. With deadly weapons wielded by fearsome predators and prey, animals walk a precarious path, here among Africa's Deadliest.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Predator Swarm
    In the wilds of Africa, strength in numbers can tip the scales of survival. Teamwork ups the hunters' odds, but sometimes, sheer numbers can decide who lives or dies.
  • Africa's Deadliest: Predator Swarms
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