DIY Deadly with Steve Backshall
Steve focuses on parks and gardens. This green space may look pristine, but for wildlife it's savannah, jungle and mountains all rolled in to one. And judging by the most observant viewers, its packed full of deadly animals.
Steve explores aerial assassins, and the skies are home to a huge variety of deadly animals. Steve unravels the mysteries of a bird nest and a feather collection, explains that kites are spreading far and wide.
Steve focuses on woodland wildlife, which hides some of our most fascinating and secretive animals. The forests packed full of deadly animals. Steve explores why bees swarm, and explains how bizarre bugs feed.
Steve explores the urban jungle. Towns and cities may look like a tough place for wildlife, but for the most resourceful they're a land of opportunity. Steve explains why pigeons are the perfect prey for peregrine falcons.
Steve explores our ponds, lakes, streams and rivers. These waterways are home to some of our most fascinating and unusual wildlife. Steve unravels the identity of a mystery British newt, explains how a swan keeps her eggs healthy, and why a water boatman doesn't sink.
Steve delves into the lives of perhaps the most popular of all deadly animals, the fast-striking, super-sinuous slithering snakes. Steve is wowed by a grass snake's hunting technique, and shows how to work out whether an adder is male or female.
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