Synopsis by Nathan Southern
The home video documentary series Australia's Deadliest Destinations transports viewers to the regions of Oceania that are populated by the deadliest and most destructive animal species, and the Australasian landscapes that pose the gravest environmental threats to humans. Volume Four of this series travels to the infamous Top End of Australia - notorious for drawing a greater amount of lightning in one year than almost any other geographic region on Earth - for a visit with the survivors of an overwhelming cyclone. The program then treats viewers to a glimpse of the unchecked aggression of emus, discusses the danger that some kangaroos may pose to humans, and teaches the audience about some of the most vicious documented shark attacks, reflecting on the impending extinction of the Gray Nurse Shark.
Australia, Australian [nationality], cyclone, landscape, lightning, shark, species