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Fierce!

Fierce!

Description: This wildlife documentary is presented by BAFTA Award-winning English naturalist Steve Backshall. The show sees the host coming face-to-face with the world's most fierce animals as he travels to six countries, including Guyana, Namibia, Indonesia, Australia, South Africa and Mexico. On his journey, he comes across South America's largest carnivorous reptile, the Black Caiman, and elsewhere crosses paths with an inland taipan, the world's most venomous snake. Backshall meets with the local communities that live amongst the wild predators as they discuss survival tactics and fatal incidents.
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Cast: Steve Backshall

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