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  • WORLD'S DEADLIEST SNAKES

  • Monday 24 November at 4:00PM
  • Nat Geo Wild

DESCRIPTION

Did you know that the world's fastest, strongest and deadliest snakes are much closer to home than you could ever imagine?  Discover more secrets behind some of the stealthiest predators on the planet in the World's Deadliest Snakes.

Profiling some seriously lethal snakes in the serpent army, this programme features slithery predators that strike without warning to others that move at blinding speed.

Don't miss World's Deadliest Snakes and catch demonstrations on the devastating array of killing tactics at their disposal; from secret weapons to split-second death strikes, find out why these are some of the most feared beasts on the planet.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • World's Deadliest Snakes
    Some strike without warning. Others move at blinding speed. Each possesses a special tactic that makes it a prime predator.
  • World's Deadliest Snakes
    Some strike without warning. Others move at blinding speed. Each possesses a special tactic that makes it a prime predator.
    Next Showing:  
    Monday 24 November at 4:00PM - Nat Geo Wild
    Repeats:  
    Tuesday 25 November at 4:00AM - Nat Geo Wild

    Thursday 27 November at 1:00PM - Nat Geo Wild
  • World's Deadliest Snakes: Episode 999
    Some strike without warning. Others move at blinding speed. Each possesses a special tactic that makes it a prime predator.
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  • Deadly Bite photo

    Deadly Bite

    The eyelash palm pit viper strike is lightening fast, making it a deadly predator.

    (02:46)
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