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Borrowing from the main shows of ‘Deadly 60′, ‘Deadly 60: Bites’ are a series of short 2-4min pieces, designed to fill the interstitial gaps in the schedule between other shows.

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S01E01 Hippo 02/08/2010 Steve takes to the water, adventuring his way through the Blyde Canyon in South Africa on the hunt for one of Africa’s most deadly but surprising animals. Luckily, his plucky team are on hand when the wildlife gets a little too close for comfort.
S01E02 Fat-Tailed Scorpions 17/08/2010 The crew are in the South African bush, with Steve dashing around on the hunt for another deadly animal for his list. He is coaxing a fat-tailed scorpion out of his burrow, but it isn't too pleased to see him!
S01E03 Fish Eagle 04/08/2010 Steve is in South Africa on the trail of yet another deadly animal. This time, Steve makes a splash while trying to catch a fish with his mouth, realising that he’s not quite as skilled as the mighty fish eagle.
S01E04 Snake Off 05/08/2010 The black mamba is probably South Africa's most feared snake, but does it really deserve a spot on the deadly 60? Steve looks at a number of slithery serpents in an action-packed 'snake-off' to find the answer.
S01E05 Honey Badger 06/08/2010 Steve is in South Africa on the hunt for the world's most fearless animal, the honey badger.
S01E06 Great White Shark 09/08/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Steve braves the waters off South Africa to get close to a great white shark.
S01E07 Tiger Snake 14/08/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall explores the outskirts of a town in Australia where locals live side-by-side with one of the deadliest snakes on the planet.
S01E08 Ghost Bat 15/08/2010 Venturing into the depths of an eerie old Australian gold mine, expert naturalist Steve Backshall searches for another animal for his deadly 60 list. But will he find the secretive ghost bat which has brought him here?
S01E09 Paralysis Tick 12/08/2010 In Australia, Steve is investigating a mysterious and deadly little arachnid that's causing the local fruit bats to fall out of the trees. It's a paralysis tick and they can also latch themselves onto people!
S01E10 Lace Monitor 13/08/2010 Steve embarks on another adventure, this time to Australia where he ends up eyeball-to-eyeball with one of the largest lizards on the planet, the Australian lace monitor
S01E11 Redback Spider 10/08/2010 Steve roots around in a typical Australian back garden, on the hunt for another deadly animal to fill his list. It's the deadly redback spider that he's after and luck seems to be on his side when he uncovers an eight-legged critter in a garage
S01E12 Yellow-Fin Tuna 11/08/2010 Steve takes to the seas in an attempt to demonstrate the speed of the mighty tuna and jumps at the change to get into a huge net with hundreds of these turbo-charged fish.
S01E13 Salt Water Crocodile 25/10/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Steve takes to the seas in an attempt to demonstrate the speed of the mighty tuna and jumps at the change to get into a huge net with hundreds of these turbo-charged fish.
S01E14 Giant Cuttlefish 27/09/2010 From the big and the bad to the ugly, Steve Backshall travels the world to show off some of the world's deadliest animals. In Australia, Steve dives off the coast with one of the strangest animals of all - the giant cuttlefish.
S01E15 Sloth Bear 28/09/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. In India, a squabble over food shows Steve how unpredictable the sloth bear can be.
S01E16 Praying Mantis 29/09/2010 Steve and the crew touch down in India. After being schooled in a form of martial art named after the praying mantis, Steve goes on the search for some in the wild
S01E17 Gharial 30/09/2010 He's in India and the animal in question is a gharial - an ancient crocodilian with a mouth full of teeth and an appetite for fish.
S01E18 Tiger 01/10/2010 After spending days searching for the Bengal tiger, the crew suddenly seem to be falling over them, getting a little closer than they had bargained for!
S01E19 Scutigera 01/10/2010 Steve Backshall and his intrepid crew are in the jungles of Borneo, abseiling into one of the largest cave systems in the world to find deadly animals for his list. Not only is it dark, spooky and smelly but alive with creepy crawlies.
S01E20 Reticulated Python 22/10/2010 Naturalist Steve Backshall canoes and treks through Borneo to find deadly animals for his list. He's on the hunt for a reptile but not just any reptile. He's about to have a rather close encounter with the largest snake in the world!
S01E21 Spear Mantis Shrimp 09/11/2010 In the warm waters off Borneo's coast, Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60 team encounter a lightning-fast spear mantis shrimp as it hunts for its supper.
S01E22 Barracuda 05/11/2010 The clear waters of Borneo's coast are home to a deadly shoal of barracuda and Steve Backshall finds himself at the centre of them.
S01E23 Adders 16/11/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
S01E24 Goshawk 17/11/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals.
S01E25 Peregrine Falcon 26/10/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Here, he puts the fastest animal on the earth to the test as he races a peregrine falcon in a sports car. There is no contest and Steve almost loses his head.
S01E26 Wolverine 25/10/2010 In the snowy mountains of Alaska, Steve comes face-to-face with a shy but deadly predator, the beautiful wolverine.
S01E27 Bald Eagles 13/10/2010 Steve has heard of a place where thousands of bald eagles arrive every year to feed on the spawning salmon. Keen to see them first-hand, he heads up one of the freezing rivers for a closer look.
S01E28 Mountain Lion 27/10/2010 Steve and the crew head for the hills of Arizona as they take on arguably the toughest assignment of the series - finding a mountain lion.
S01E29 Rattlesnake 06/12/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. With help from some cool technology, the Deadly 60 crew go in search of one of Arizona's deadliest predators, the iconic rattlesnake.
S01E30 Cotton Mouth 00/00/0000 Steve and the crew are up to their armpits in a Louisiana swamp looking for the cotton mouth, a deadly pit viper with a pure white mouth to scare anyone who comes to close.
S01E31 Snapping Turtle 24/10/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Steve and his crew get hot and humid in the Southern USA, as they hunt for the swamp beasts with the biggest bite. They aren't disappointed as they come face to face with an enormous Alligator-Snapping Turtle.
S01E32 Lemon Shark 23/10/2010 There's only one animal on Steve's mind in this episode - sharks. And there are plenty of species of shark to choose from in the Bahamas. After helping to release a baby lemon shark at a research center, Steve heads out into the ocean for an encounter with some adult lemon sharks that he will never forget.
S01E33 Tiger Shark 24/10/2010 Steve and the crew are helping a team of shark scientists to tag tiger sharks in the Bahamas. Steve has one of his favourite encounters from the series as he helps a tiger shark to get water flowing over its gills by guiding it through the water.
S01E34 Giant Anteater 28/10/2010 A helicopter trip over the vast expanse of Brazil's northern savannah helps adventurer Steve Backshall find his next contender for the Deadly 60. He is in search of the elusive giant anteater, but can he get close enough to film one for his list?
S01E35 Burrowing Owl 20/10/2010 The action takes place in Brazil's Northern Savannah. The Deadly 60 crew have a chance encounter with a tough little owl with an ingenious way of catching its supper, and Steve shows why it deserves a place on the list.
S01E36 Giant Candiru 27/01/2011 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Steve Backshall and the Deadly crew find themselves in deep water as they head into the flooded forests of Brazil. The water is teeming with life and Steve has a chance encounter with a mysterious flesh-eating fish that makes the local piranha look positively tame.
S01E37 Pink River Dolphin 08/12/2010 Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world's deadliest animals. Determined to see one of the strangest animals to inhabit the waters of Brazil's flooded forest, Steve and the team go in search of pink river dolphins. The result is one of the most magical encounters of the series.
S01E38 Bird-Eating Spider 30/10/2010 Steve and his crew are in the rainforests of Brazil on the search for contenders for a place on the Deadly 60. The forest is teeming with wildlife, not to mention some seriously large spiders - but Steve is after a monster tarantula for his list.
S01E39 Army Ants 14/12/2010 Deep in the Brazilian jungle at night, Steve and the team witness one of the most amazing spectacles of the series as they encounter a colony of army ants on the move.
S01E40 Nile Crocodile 01/12/2010 Steve is in South Africa on a mission to track down one of the deadliest predators of the series, the Nile crocodile. He comes face to face with one of these living dinosaurs in a heart-stopping encounter.
S02E01 Black Eagle 07/03/2011 Wildlife shorts. In this aerial encounter Steve gets airborne, paragliding with the incredible black eagle. Unlike the eagle, Steve comes down to earth with a bump.
S02E02 Chimps 08/03/2011 The Deadly 60 crew are on a mission to find our closest cousins, the chimpanzees. Steve catches up with them early one morning as they feast in a fig tree, before trying to follow them on foot through the deep forest.
S02E03 Gorillas 09/03/2011 Steve and the crew are high up in the Virunga Mountains, spending an hour with huge mountain gorillas. One cheeky black back tries to show Steve who is the boss.
S02E04 Wolf 10/03/2011 Steve heads to a research station in Norway, where he gets up close and personal with a group of his favourite animals - wolves. This pack might be used to people but they are certainly not tame, as Steve finds out. All ends well when Steve ends up howling with the pack.
S02E05 Water Monitor 11/03/2011 On a tiny island in the Philippines, Steve has one of the closest encounters he has had with any animal as he literally goes nose-to-nose with a monitor lizard. He then entices it up a tree and even gets the lizard to show its skill underwater.
S02E06 Black Tipped Shark 14/03/2011 Steve Backshall and his crew brave the big waves of the Durban Coast to get up close and personal with a pack of 30 hungry blacktip sharks, which get closer to him than he has bargained for.
S02E07 Vultures 15/03/2011 Steve Backshall and his crew brave the big waves of the Durban Coast to get up close and personal with a pack of 30 hungry blacktip sharks, which get closer to him than he has bargained for.
S02E08 Tokay Gecko 16/03/2011 Steve is in Thailand in search of one of the world's deadliest climbers, the tokay gecko. With its ability to cling effortlessly to vertical surfaces and lunge at moths that stray too close, Steve attempts to demonstrate its hunting abilities by scaling a nearby building.
S02E09 Spectacled Caiman 17/03/2011 Steve and his trusty crew explore the Argentinean marshes, cowboy-style, and Steve goes fishing with a spectacled caiman to investigate whether these ancient reptiles truly deserve their deadly reputation. He quickly learns that they do.
S02E10 Giant Otter 18/03/2011 Adventurer Steve Backshall heads to the awesome flooded rainforests of the Amazon. It all kicks off in a flash when the crew spot a group of rare giant otters before they have even unpacked their cameras.
S02E11 Orca 21/03/2011 In this truly unbelievable encounter Steve kayaks with killer whales, but even he gets the surprise of his life when a whole group of them start breaching all around him.
S02E12 Eyelash Viper 22/03/2011 Deep into the Costa Rican jungle, Steve comes face-to-face with one of his favourite deadly predators, an eyelash pit viper. The crew set up an experiment that shows just how fast their strike can be. Filmed in super slo-mo, the snake strikes at a water-filled balloon, and even Steve is surprised at the result.
S02E13 Aye Aye 23/03/2011 Madagascar is crammed with some of the strangest creatures on the planet. Top of Steve's wish list is the rare and mysterious aye-aye. At a breeding centre Steve has a super spooky experience when he gets to meet this extraordinary creature first hand.
S02E14 Lion 24/03/2011 It doesn't get deadlier than big game country and the crew are hot on the trail of Africa's big cats. Steve catches up with a pride of lions and witnesses them hunting right before his eyes proving just how deadly lions are.
S02E15 Humboldt Squid 25/03/2011 The Deadly 60 crew take to the water in Mexico's Sea of Cortez in search of a monster of the deep; the Humboldt squid. Steve takes no chances and wears chain mail to protect him from the squid's razor-sharp beak and its 16 thousand sucker cup teeth - it turns out to be a very good move.
S02E16 Stellar Sea Lion 28/03/2011 Steve goes diving with the truly awesome Stellar Sea Lion, an experience he thinks is more dangerous than diving with sharks, and becomes understandably nervous when they start nibbling at his wet suit.
S02E17 American Crocodile 29/03/2011 Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60 crew head deep into the jungle to search out the best that Costa Rica has to offer, and down by the river Steve has a battle with a giant reptilian predator: a 3-metre American crocodile.
S02E18 Tarsier 30/03/2011 After the sun goes down in the jungle of the Philippines, the Deadly 60 crew go in search of the elusive and strange tarsier,a lethal pint-sized predator who eats his insect victims head-first. Steve gets to witness its awesome arboreal skills first hand.
S02E19 Boa Constrictor 31/03/2011 Steve and his intrepid crew are in the jungles of Costa Rica. A planned run-in with a giant boa shows him just why they're considered deadly. In one of the most jaw-dropping sequences filmed for Deadly 60, the snake tightens its grip until Steve decides that enough is enough.
S02E20 Giant Pacific Octopus 01/04/2011 Steve is in British Columbia, Canada, coming face-to-face with a giant Pacific octopus. Armed with a vicious biting beak, the octopus makes light work of a crab's shell, and Steve quite literally gets wrapped up in his encounter with it.
S03E01 Komodo Dragon 03/09/2012 Wildlife shorts. In Indonesia Steve and his crew have a nerve-racking close encounter, when they are chased by a group of ravenous, three metre long Komodo Dragons.
S03E02 Sailfish 04/09/2012 Wildlife shorts. Steve and the crew head to Mexico's breathtaking Yucatán Peninsula where he embarks on a high-octane chase with the fastest fish in the sea, the sailfish.
S03E03 Spotted Hyena 05/09/2012 Wildlife shorts. In Ethiopia Steve has a midnight dinner date with a pack of wild spotted hyenas, one of Africa's most feared predators.
S03E04 Egyptian Vulture 06/09/2012 Wildlife shorts. Steve heads to the mountain kingdom of Nepal to paraglide with an Egyptian vulture above the foothills of the Himalayas.
S03E05 Orinoco Crocodile 07/09/2012 Wildlife shorts. Steve joins a team in South America trying to save the highly endangered Orinoco crocodile and comes face-to-face with a protective mother croc.
S03E06 Maned Wolf 10/09/2012 Steve and his crew brave a South American thunderstorm to get a close-up view of one of the world's rarest canines, the maned wolf.
S03E07 Great White Shark 1 11/09/2012 Steve and his crew brave a South American thunderstorm to get a close-up view of one of the world's rarest canines, the maned wolf.
S03E08 Puff Adder 12/09/2012 In South Africa, Steve uses a special slow-motion camera to capture the stunning split second attack of the highly venomous puff adder.
S03E09 Saltwater Crocodile 2 13/09/2012 Steve Backshall brings us another of his favourite animal encounters from the Deadly 60 list. Steve heads to Australia to try and measure the bite force of a giant saltwater crocodile.
S03E10 Kestrel 14/09/2012 Steve gets a privileged close-up look at the swooping skills of an iconic UK bird of prey, the small but deadly Kestrel.
S03E11 Green Anaconda 17/09/2012 Steve heads to Venezuela looking for the biggest snake in the world, the mighty Green Anaconda, capable of growing to over six metres in length.
S03E12 Saltwater Crocodile 1 18/09/2012 Steve is back in Australia for one of his most dramatic encounters ever as he dangles beneath a helicopter and is dropped into the nest of giant, wild saltwater crocodile.
S03E13 Great White Shark 2 19/09/2012 Steve and the crew head to South Africa to try and film the breathtaking breach attack of a great white shark with a special slow-motion camera.
S03E14 Conger Eel 20/09/2012 Steve comes face to face with a real life sea-monster, the conger eel, during a night-time dive off the UK coast.
S03E15 Mexican Night Snake 21/09/2012 Steve and the crew venture into the 'cave of hanging serpents', to see the awesome hunting skills of the Mexican Night Snake.
S03E16 Secretary Bird 24/09/2012 In South Africa, Steve shows off the remarkable killer feet of the snake-stomping secretary bird.
S03E17 Grizzly Bear 25/09/2012 Steve and the crew head into the beautiful Alaskan wilderness to look for giant grizzly bears fishing for salmon.
S03E18 Alligator 26/09/2012 Steve dives into the crystal clear waters of the Silver Springs River in Florida to swim with a wild Alligator.
S03E19 Giant Scolopendra 27/09/2012 In Venezuela, Steve has a spine-chilling encounter with the world's largest centipede, the giant scolpendra, armed with a venomous and potentially lethal bite.
S03E20 Killer Shots 24/08/2012 In this special episode Steve Backshall reveals the advanced camera technology and tricks of the trade that allow him and the Deadly 60 crew to film stunning images of the planet's most lethal predators. Including the high-speed camera that captured the breathtaking breach attack of the great white shark and the specially designed camera traps that let the crew film wildlife when they're not even there.
S03E21 Blue Whale 28/09/2012 In the Indian Ocean, Steve attempts to free dive with the largest animal ever known to have lived, the blue whale.
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