National Geographic Classic Collections showcase memorable programming in two-disc sets - the perfect way to explore National Geographic's incredible catalogue. In our Classic Collection of World's Deadliest, we present six programmes revealing the deadliest creatures on the planet.
Planet Carnivore: Lions Travel deep inside an isolated volcanic crater in East Africa to meet the crater's oldest lioness as she struggles to reign over her kingdom despite fierce competition from other ravenous carnivores. Narrated by Alec Baldwin. Tiger Sharks Infamous for their unmistakable stripes and indiscriminate appetite, the tiger shark is one of the most ferocious sharks in the sea. Now, get closer than ever for a most intimate glimpse of this fearsome yet fascinating predator. Stalking Leopards Watch this intimate chronicle of one leopard's journey into adulthood - claiming territory, fighting old rivals, mating and killing. Amidst Africa's wild cast of lions, water buffalo, hyenas, elephants and impalas, the only way to walk is proudly and alone. Planet Carnivore: Ice Bear Polar bears may look soft and cuddly, but they are one of the most ferocious predators in the world. Journey to the Arctic Norwegian islands for an intimate look at these iconic bears, now fighting to survive in a changing world. Narrated by Alec Baldwin. Thunder Dragons Throwbacks to the dinosaur age, monitor lizards (often referred to as "thunder dragons") play a crucial role in the food chain of Sri Lanka's lagoons and forests - if they make it through the first year. Ultimate Vipers Vipers have been evolving their way towards the top of the reptile heap for millions of years. Armed with an amazing arsenal of deadly tools, vipers have proven to be remarkably successful predators.