There is no peace in Africa for nature's giant killers.
Discover the terminators that have fought their way to the top of the food chain.
There is no peace in Africa for nature's giant killers. Hippo, elephant, buffalo and others battle it out to become Africa's deadliest.
The more attackers, the better their chances and the bigger the prey can be. Watch out for any hungry gang when they have their eyes set on a target!
These specialized agents, armed to the teeth, have cunning strategies.
We follow these stealthy predators as they make use of their environments.
Lions get most of the attention but there're many cats that kill. Their size, camouflage and hunting strategy may vary but they're all deadly.
Expect from this episode how the deadliest predators use different techniques to kill their prey!
Some African creatures may be weak alone, but they do have strength in numbers. The saying that unity is strength stands true in the wild.
The jaw-dropping deadly weapons featured here are more than the 'alienlike' jaws of a moray eel and the quick-strike speed of a puff adder snake!
The African bush is thick with thieves.
In Botswana, being in a gang is everything.
In the African bush every animal, young and old, is in a fight for its life.
In a constant battle to survive, animals have developed a range of superpowers that give them the best chance in the deadly games.
On the unforgiving plains of Botswana, Africa's Deadliest animals are locked in a nightmarish game of hide-and-seek.
In the Kalahari of Southern Africa, an animal's instinct to move is the key to their survival.
For Africa's snakes, chemical weaponry is the name of the game.
Africa's Deadliest: Fangs. In Africa the battle for survival rages across some of the most extreme environments on the planet.
Ancient predators of the deep, having perfected their game millennia ago, sharks are the undisputed rulers of the seas.
Africa's top predators stop at nothing to bag a meal.
Water can give and take away life.
The African bushveld - a battleground where creatures must fight for their right to rule.
Africa's swamps hide dark and dangerous secrets, where life and death go hand-in-hand.
Africa's oceans is a natural world full of mystery and danger.
Africa's jungles; mysterious wild worlds that hide some of the continent's deadliest inhabitants. In the tangled canopy, predators lie in wait and every shadow conceals death.
From highspeed cheetah hunts in the Karoo to deadly river crossings in the Serengeti, Africa's savannah specialists battle it out for survival in these hostile landscapes.
From highspeed hunts to deadly river crossings, Africa's savannah specialists must fight for survival.
The deserts of Africa bring out the deadliest traits in the creatures that call it home.
From terrifyingly powerful Nile crocodiles lying in wait to violent battles between hippo bulls, Africa's waterholes set the stage for the continent's greatest spectacles.
Southern Africa's Bushveld region is home to the icons of the African continent. It's an untamed wilderness where ancient battles for survival play out on a grand scale.
From the hunting techniques of the Ethiopian wolf to the highspeed aerial pursuits of the Verreaux's Eagle, Africa's assassins are perfectly adapted, specialist predators.
Superbly adapted and highly skilled, Africa's best-equipped predators are formidable assassins.