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Deep in Florida's Everglades lies a unique attraction: an animal park run by the Seminole tribe. Returning to the wetlands for a second series, Swamp Men 2 follows the staff as they attempt to immerse the public in some of America's wildest land. Can they teach the respect for animals that's been a part of their culture for generations? 

Swamp Men: Bee Bomb
The team at the Billie Swamp Safari embarks on a mammoth spring cleaning of the park in preparation for Memorial Day, one of the busiest weekends of the year. But will a colony of thousands of bees ruin the holiday?

Swamp Men: Croc Swap
Safari director Ed Woods has a difficult - and dangerous - job on his hands as he looks to relocate a number of huge and potentially deadly Nile crocodiles to a new home.

Swamp Men: Gator Breakout
There's more croc commotion when Ed and his team realise that an alligator has escaped from 'Alcatraz', the fenced-in area that houses the nuisance gators that might have been destroyed elsewhere in Florida.

Swamp Men: Fire Hazard
The guys risk life and limb to search for injured animals while a forest fire ravages the nearby Seminole cultural area. With the hard work done, Ed organises a frog-leg eating contest to celebrate. But who will leap to victory?


  • Swamp Men: Newbies
  • Swamp Men: Croc Escape
  • Swamp Men: Break-In Bear
  • Swamp Men: Panther Down
  • Swamp Men: Bee Bomb
  • Swamp Men: Croc Swamp
  • Swamp Men: Fire Hazard
  • Swamp Men: Gator Breakout
  • Swamp Men: Predators on the Prowl
  • Swamp Men: The Coming Storm
  • Swamp Men: Swamp Shootout
  • Swamp Men: One Bad Gator
  • Swamp Men: Most Wanted
  • Swamp Men: Gator Beatdown
  • Swamp Men: Restroom Rattler
  • Swamp Men: Deadly Blow
  • Swamp Men: Predator Patrol
  • Swamp Men: Alligator Attack
  • Swamp Men: Big Nasty
  • Swamp Men: Gator Pit Round-Up



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    Bison Roundup

    Ed preps the team to round up 50 heads of bison to prevent team members from being severly hurt...

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