List of Deadly 60 episodes (Series 1) Featured animals: Hippo, Saltwater crocodile, Redback, Rinkhals, Tiger snake, Rattlesnake, Reticulated python, Adder, Saw-scale viper, Fat-tail scorpion, Polar bear, Grizzly bear, Reef sharks, Lemon sharks, Tiger shark and Tigers.

People also ask, what are the deadly 60 animals?

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  • (rare) Hippopotamus.
  • (rare) Black Mamba.
  • (common) Fat Tailed Scorpion.
  • (common) African Hunting Dog.
  • (rare) African Fish Eagle.
  • (super rare!) Nile Crocodile.
  • (common) Caracal.
  • (common) Honey Badger.

One may also ask, who did Deadly 60? Steve Backshall

In respect to this, is Deadly 60 still going?

Deadly 60. As of 2012, three series in the Deadly 60 format have been produced each with 26 episodes. Each series shows Backshall and his camera crew travelling the world in an attempt to find another 60 of the “most deadly” animals in the world. Deadly 60 is distributed by BBC Worldwide to many other countries.

Did Steve Irwin do deadly 60?

The BBC claims Steve's Deadly 60 is CBBC's most ambitious presenter-led natural history series yet. Irwin, the Australian wildlife expert and television personality famous for his Animal Planet series The Crocodile Hunter, died in 2006 after his chest was pierced by a stingray barb.

Related Question Answers

How long is deadly 60?

1 hour and 10 min (no interval, subject to change without notice)

What is the deadliest animal in the world?

hippopotamus

What is the most dangerous anaconda?

The green anaconda

What is Africa's deadliest animal?

In Africa, the hippopotamus is considered to be the most dangerous mammal. Although herbivorous by nature, the hippos are known to kill more humans than any other African land species. The animals are known for their highly territorial and aggressive behavior.

Is the Anaconda the most dangerous snake?

The largest anaconda species, and the only one considered to actually be dangerous, is the green anaconda. (The others are around half its size – still risky to handle alone, but never documented to have killed anyone). The green anaconda is the heaviest snake on Earth, and the second longest snake.

Where does Steve backshall live?

Known for his Bafta-winning CBBC TV series, Deadly 60, Steve Backshall, 42, has been a television presenter for 16 years. He appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2014, partnering with Ola Jordan. He lives in Buckinghamshire with his girlfriend, the Olympic rower, Helen Glover.

Is Steve backshall Australian?

After two sell-out Australian tours, Steve Backshall, the star of the hit TV show Deadly 60 is returning to Australia with his brand new stage show. However this time there is big difference … this summer Steve will appear live on stage with some of Australia's deadliest animals!

Where did Steve backshall grow up?

Born in Bagshot, Surrey, Steve grew up on a smallholding surrounded by rescue animals. Among his closest pals as a child were the family's asthmatic donkey and the grass snakes who called a manure heap home!

How old is Steve backshall?

46 years (April 21, 1973)

What is Steve backshall's Favourite animal?

Steve has been passionate about the wild world ever since he could crawl. Growing up, he counted the animals that lived around him as his best pals – from the asthmatic donkey to the grass snakes in the manure heap!

Has Steve backshall had his baby?

On 13 March 2018, it was announced that Backshall and Glover were expecting twins. On 24 July 2018 Backshall and Glover announced, on social media, the birth of their baby boy. On 20 January 2020, Backshall and Glover announced the birth of their twins.

What languages can Steve backshall speak?

English
Japanese

How tall is Steve backshall?

1.8 m

Is Steve backshall an Explorer?

Explorer and naturalist Steve Backshall pursues incredible journeys and world firsts — unclimbed peaks, unexplored cave systems and uncharted landscapes — setting foot where no human has been before.

Has Steve backshall climbed Mount Everest?

The cameraman is a guy called Keith Partridge, he's the best climbing cameraman in the world. He has taken cameras all the way to the summit of Everest, he's climbed the north face of the eiger, he also filmed touching the void.

What channel is Steve backshall on?

Don't miss Expedition with Steve Backshall each Sunday at 8pm broadcasting on UKTV Dave. The series will follow Steve as he descends a white-water river in the Himalayas, treks through jungles in South America and climbs mountains in the deserts of the Middle East.

Does Steve backshall have siblings?

Jo Backshall
Sister

Do the Irwins own the Australia Zoo?

Terri Irwin has built a $26 million property empire – all held solely in her own name – while Australia Zoo rakes in millions from grants and donations. This includes a $6 million property paid for by the former federal government last year, which is now held by Mrs Irwin's private company.