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72 Dangerous Animals: Latin America 

Powerful cats, indestructible arachnids and flesh-melting pit vipers are just the beginning in this series about Latin America's deadliest creatures.
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Bob Brisbane Bob Brisbane ...  Narrator 12 episodes, 2017
Rui Seabra Ferreira Jr. Rui Seabra Ferreira Jr. ...  Self - Director of CEVAP at Sao Paulo State University 8 episodes, 2017
Vidal Haddad Jr. Vidal Haddad Jr. ...  Self - Associate Professor at Botucatu Medical School in Sao Paulo State University / ... 8 episodes, 2017
Justin Schmidt Justin Schmidt ...  Self - Biologist 8 episodes, 2017
Richard Rasmussen ...  Self - Biologist 7 episodes, 2017
Dean Ripa Dean Ripa ...  Self - Owner of Cape Fear Serpentarium 6 episodes, 2017
Greivin Carrales Greivin Carrales ...  Self - Herpetologist at Clodomiro Picado Research Institute 5 episodes, 2017
Brien Foerster ...  Self - Guide and Professional Adventurer 5 episodes, 2017
Bryan Grieg Fry Bryan Grieg Fry ...  Self - Biochemist and Moleculair Biologist at University of Queensland 5 episodes, 2017
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Latin America. A vast region containing a vast array of ecosystems, from the steaming rainforests of the Amazon, to the peaks of the Andes and the deserts of the Baja peninsula. Within these environments live some of the world's most fascinating and dangerous animals. From the enigmatic jaguar to the prehistoric Orinoco crocodile, this series counts down 72 of Latin America's most dangerous animals. Written by Tom Daly

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Decent Nature Series That Educates
5 September 2018 | by jasonreno-26367See all my reviews

I've learned a lot about wildlife in other areas of the world. I don't always agree with their rankings, but the rankings aren't the point. The point is just seeing the different wildlife in the area and getting a snippet of that specific animal or insect in under an hour (seems most episodes are in the upper 40 minute range).

Looking at other reviews on this I'd have to say that maybe animal activists shouldn't watch this type of program, or basically any nature documentary on Discovery, Animal Planet, etc., as none of them are really designed to your agenda. I applaud the program for simply telling why people should stay away from dangerous animals. But I would like to point out that there have been several examples in the series where they play advocate to animal rights causes and discuss abuse or endangered aspects of animals. I'd also point out that no one on the series advocates harming any of the animals, even those who have been attacked.


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22 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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72 Animais Perigosos: América Latina See more »

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