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Deadliest Survivor

DEADLY animals are found all around the world. Last year almost 5.4 million humans were bitten by snakes. 1000’s of people were attacked by crocodiles. Sharks were another concern with over 100 attacks on humans. Although we are living in an increasingly urbanized world there are still places out there where people and wild animals just don’t mix. Humans are also encroaching on more wild places. We are pushing into the animal’s world and coming face to face with these animals and sometimes it can be deadly. One of the deadliest places in the world is Australia.


Dr. Mitch (Ladyman) is an Australian field biologist, reptile expert and a seasoned veteran of surviving the harsh Australian landscape. There’s nowhere in Australia that he hasn’t been and no animal yet has taken him down. Even after being bitten by one of the worlds most venomous snakes, he survived!

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