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Deadly 60’s
home country is:
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About this title

Storyline

It's not that Steve Backshall has a death wish. Quite the opposite, actually. He lives for adventure, and his mission to come as close as possible to 60 of the world's most deadly animals is a brazen way to challenge himself. The naturalist and wildlife expert journeys to five continents and encounters a wide range of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects -- some familiar, others quite unusual -- including Baja rattlesnakes, tarantula hawk wasps, Humboldt squid, wolf eels and flesh-eating cockroaches. Backshall also tries to mimic the animals to see if he can match their lethal skills, such as hanging like a bat or flying down a zip wire to emulate a fish eagle.

Official Sites: Official Facebook

Country: United Kingdom

Type: unscripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 28, 2009

Also Known As: Deadly Pole to Pole, Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve Backshallمرگ افرینان, Deadly 60, مرگ آفرینان, ۶۰ جاندار خطرناک, Redoutables Créatures, 60 Encontros Mortais, 60 állati kalandom |  See more »

Parents Guide: UK (PG)

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Company Credits

Production Co: BBC Natural History Unit (NHU)

CastSee full cast »

Kierin Bristow
as Self
Adam Britton
as Self
Zubin Sarosh
as Sound Man
Matt Wright
as Self
Jim Sanderson
as Self
Rosie Gloyns
as Researcher
Rubén Alemán Lucero
as Self
Richard Taylor-Jones
as Cameraman
Johnny Rogers
as Cameraman
Natasha de Woronin Britz
as Self
Bruce Means
as Self
Donald Strydom
as Self
Jack Hoopia
as Self
Christopher Ngabirano
as Guide
Stephen M. Kajiura
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4

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