On the whole this series is well-filmed in exotic locations and introduced me to a few animals that I was not familiar with, although not too many.
Snakes are the dominant creature in this series, which is not really surprising, since they truly are some of the world's most dangerous creatures nearly everywhere they exist.
This brings me to the real problem I had with this series, the title clearly implies that we are talking about dangerous to humans, and a lot of these creatures kill very few people, if any all.
I would have liked to have seen the series discount microorganisms and diseases passed along by insects and such, and count backwards in each region from least presumed human deaths to the most (say over the last century), so that we would have had better insight into which creatures are actually, not allegedly, dangerous.
Unfortunately though, I think it's possible that if this series had followed this format, it might have been nothing other than snakes. As it is, after watching this series, I am left uncertain as to how many estimated human lives most of these animals take, which is a real disappointment to me.
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