Animal Planet Presents - Austin Stevens: Most Dangerous

Austin Stevens Takes Viewers Face-To-Fang With The World's Venomous, Beautiful And Fascinating Creatures

Austin Stevens - a herpetologist, award-winning photographer, filmmaker, author, Kung Fu black belt and extreme adventurer, Stevens is as fascinating as the deadly creatures he scours the world to find, study and photograph. Known to Animal Planet viewers for his popular specials, Stevens now hosts AUSTIN STEVENS: MOST DANGEROUS programme.

Viewers follow Stevens as he travels the world, from the deserts of the American West to the remote forests of Costa Rica, the outback of Australia and the forbidden forests of Borneo, to explore and photograph some of the world's rarest and deadliest snakes and reptiles. AUSTIN STEVENS: MOST DANGEROUS Programme airs every Monday at 10 PM on ANIMAL PLANET CHANNEL.

On his journey, the hot desert sun is not the only thing causing Stevens to perspire as he searches southern Arizona and New Mexico in the United States for the Western diamondback rattle snake, one of the world's largest venomous snakes. His intuition and expert knowledge of snake behaviour, not to mention his extreme claustrophobia, is tested to the limit when he crawls into a dark rattlesnake den to capture rare photographs of dozens of these venomous creatures.

Stevens may be a fish out of water in the big city, but he's never more at home than in the wild and with his camera in hand a few meters from a snake, like the Western diamondback rattlesnake.

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