Austin Stevens searches Africa for the black mamba, a long, fast and very poisonous snake.
On the trail of the killer Komodo dragon, Austin runs into the Burmese Russell's viper, the fire-bellied toad and the venomous banded krait.
Austin heads to Cambodia to search for the elusive flying snake; he uncovers rare species on his mission, including the tentacle snake.
Austin Stevens survives near-death experiences and venomous snake bites to photograph dangerous animals.
Searching for the snake that killed ancient Egypt's Queen Cleopatra.
Austin attempts to photograph the rare desert elephant, which travels great distances for water.
Austin follows the trail of the elusive bushmaster, the Americas' largest venomous snake, fighting malarial fever, angry llamas and a bird-eating spider along the way.
Austin searches the remote jungles of southern India in pursuit of the world's largest venomous snake.
The deadliest snakes in Africa are capable of killing humans.
Austin ventures deep into the Queensland rainforest and valley, rumored to be the home of Australia's biggest snake, the amethystine python.
Austin Stevens travels to the Wild West in search of one of its most wanted inhabitants -- the Western diamondback rattlesnake.
The giant lancehead pit viper has extremely potent venom and acute sensors for detecting prey.
Austin Stevens takes on a mission to find North America's biggest and most deadly venomous snake, the Eastern diamondback rattlesnake, which kills nearly half the people it bites.
The perentie lizard grows to more than 7 feet long and eats anything it can overpower.
Austin encounters a 30-foot reticulated python that strikes with lightning speed and razor-sharp teeth.
Searching for the green anaconda, the heaviest-bodied snake in the world.