In the ancient Namib Desert, temperatures soar to 160 degrees, and the average annual rainfall is just an inch. But surviving the searing heat and thirst is just the beginning. The dunes are teeming with predators and the only way to stay alive is to be fast and deadly. Follow desert hunters, such as shovel-snouted lizards, sidewinders, tiger beetles, even a stray cheetah, and witness their rapid attacks, frame by frame and in high definition. Then discover the mechanics that allow these creatures to move, and kill, at such incredible speeds.