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Steve tar en kikk på den utrolige reptilverdenen og oppdager hva som gjør disse skapningene til kaldblodige drapsdyr.

Først ser han på våpnene deres, fra kamelonens turbotunge til alligatorskilpaddens dødelige kjeve. Deretter tester Steve ut noen av de mest kraftige bittene på jorden når han støter på reptilgigantene, krokodillene. Til slutt utforsker Steve supersansene til slangen før han drar til øyen Komodo for å møte den største levende øglen.

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sesong 1, episode 5

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sesong 1, episode 22

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Steve Backshall experiences killer cold and discovers how animals survive subzero temperatures with thick pelts and blubber. 22/31

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sesong 1, episode 24

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In this special episode, Steve takes a look at the incredible world of reptiles and discovers what makes them cold blooded killers. 24/31

sesong 1, episode 23

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Steve and his intrepid crew explore some of the most deadly forces of nature on our planet - the elemental furies of fire, ice, water and wind. 23/31

sesong 1, episode 25

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Steve travels back to pre-historic times to learn about the deadliest animals to have ever roamed our planet - dinosaurs - and reveals how they compare to modern-day animals. 25/31

sesong 1, episode 24

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sesong 1, episode 26

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Steve travels to Patagonia, a vast wilderness in South America where the crew film one of the world's top predators - a killer whale - which has a unique hunting method. 26/31

sesong 1, episode 25

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Steve travels back to pre-historic times to learn about the deadliest animals to have ever roamed our planet - dinosaurs - and reveals how they compare to modern-day animals. 25/31

sesong 1, episode 26

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Steve travels to Patagonia, a vast wilderness in South America where the crew film one of the world's top predators - a killer whale - which has a unique hunting method. 26/31

sesong 1, episode 27

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In the fierce South Atlantic Ocean, the remote and wild Falkland Islands are a harsh place to live, and they are somewhere only the toughest and cleverest predators can survive. 27/31

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sesong 1, episode 20

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sesong 1, episode 28

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Steve sets sail for a tiny speck of land known simply as Bird Island, where during the Antarctic summer the beaches and hillsides become packed with birds and seals. 28/31

sesong 1, episode 28

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Steve sets sail for a tiny speck of land known simply as Bird Island, where during the Antarctic summer the beaches and hillsides become packed with birds and seals. 28/31

sesong 1, episode 29

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The team travel to South Georgia, a remote island in the middle of the Southern Ocean. They brave rough seas to get there, but the extraordinary wildlife encounters are worth it. 29/31

sesong 1, episode 30

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Steve and the team reach their final destination - Antarctica - the least inhabited, remotest, wildest, highest, driest, coldest and windiest continent on the planet. 30/31

sesong 1, episode 30

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Steve and the team reach their final destination - Antarctica - the least inhabited, remotest, wildest, highest, driest, coldest and windiest continent on the planet. 30/31

sesong 1, episode 31

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sesong 1, episode 22

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Steve Backshall experiences killer cold and discovers how animals survive subzero temperatures with thick pelts and blubber. 22/31

sesong 1, episode 22

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Steve Backshall experiences killer cold and discovers how animals survive subzero temperatures with thick pelts and blubber. 22/31