Australia is known for its dangerous underwater species and reptiles. In a quest to discover them, Steve Irwin shot a documentary named Ocean’s Deadliest just before his death. This travel documentary was based on reveling the Ocean’s Deadliest animals all around Australia. By the time the shoot was completed, Steve Irwin was fatally struck on the chest by stingray’s tail which resulted into his untimely and unexpected death. Discovery Channel and Animal Planet aired the documentary in which Philippe Cousteau took the lead and completed the documentary.The documentary features the most obvious creatures like the world’s most dangerous reptile - the salt water crocodile and great white shark.
The line up shows Cousteau approaching the sharks in an observation cage which is build by an Australian named Rodney Fox who accompanies the host. Steve Irwin can be seen with the crocodile, capturing them, tagging and then releasing them for further studies.
Travelling around various oceans in Australia they show you some less familiar creatures that are most venomous species like the reef stonefish, the sea snake, blue ringed octopus and the cone shell. In the mean while Cousteau is seen sprayed in the face by the reef stonefish’s spines. Australian oceans are seen having the deadliest creatures such as the box jellyfish which seems to be harmless and floats through the ocean. It is said that their venom is the most powerful one, ever encountered. It is very amazing to watch the jellyfish being tagged by the tracking device. The documentary concludes with exploring the oceans in Australia by proving to be a contender for having the world’s deadliest animals or creatures.
If you like playing with the unknown underwater creatures and the reptiles, then Australia is the best place that can offer you the most dangerous and vicious species. So make your most memorable trip to the oceans in Australia which will make you enter into the world of mysteries.