Our biggest state harbors some America's deadliest animal killers. When winter breaks, carnivores emerge on Alaska's waterways and wide open spaces to make the most of the endless sunshine. Its shores of open ocean create a path for giant hunters like orcas, great white sharks and walrus. Bears reap the benefits of brutal ocean kills along the coastline and waterways. Inland, wolves chase prey with ferocious intensity. Alaska's Deadliest thrive in one of America's last wild frontiers.
North America doesn't get much colder, nor any darker than Alaska in winter. It's not a place you mess with, unless you've got a wild side. As winter breaks, carnivores emerge on Alaska's wide-open spaces, leaving prey animals no place to hide. Wolves chase caribou with ferocious intensity, brown bears battle for rights to a buffet and wolverines make short work of prey 100 times their size. Alaska's deadliest thrive in one of America's last wild frontiers.
Alaska's wild waters are home to some of the deadliest seafarers on the planet. Fanged and fierce jaws surface from the sea and unleash their fury on the waterways. Shores of open ocean create a path for giant hunters like orcas and salmon sharks. And its deep-water channels hide tiny ocean terrors, who compensate their size with sophisticated weaponry equipped to stun, shock and poison.