Natural Born Monsters
Natural Born Monsters
Sean Duggan journeys halfway across the world to Thailand to investigate the Giant Snakehead Fish in its native habitat. A territorial, apex predator with a snakelike body and extreme adaptability, the Snakehead Fish has wrecked local fishing industries and left devastation in its path. Having spread all the way to the United States, Sean's expedition takes him from Thailand to Snakehead-infested Arkansas to see if this killer fish can be stopped.
Brazilian Wandering Spider+
Sean Duggan travels to Costa Rica and comes face-to-face with a monster born from the jungle--the Brazilian Wandering Spider. Considered to be one of the deadliest spider species known to man, this six-inch arachnid packs more poison than any other spider in the world. This lethal spider can travel many miles in a single year, following weather to favorable habitats. Recently, the Brazilian Wandering Spider has been reported as far north as Costa Rica, and Sean is here to investigate if these sightings are true.
Sean Duggan travels to South Africa to uncover the mystery behind a sudden uptick in deadly crocodile attacks. South Africa's North Eastern region along the Limpopo River has suffered a rash of crocodile attacks that has already left 17 victims dead. Sean sets off to discover if is a single monster croc is responsible for these deaths or if are they due to South Africa's massive floods which have allowed thousands of crocs to escape from local crocodile farms.
Sean Duggan travels Down Under to uncover the truth behind the terrifying legends of the Australian Sea Serpent and if the creature actually exists. Sean discovers the serpent may be one in the same as the Australian Tiger Snake, which is a ferocious and resilient creature that has adapted to the harsh weather of the continent's extreme southern coast. Sean follows the killing trail of the Tiger Snake to Chappell Island to find out once and for all if the serpent monsters of lore and Tiger Snakes are the same creature.
Sean is in Australia, tracking down a legendary beast-- the Megalania. The Megalania is a gigantic ancient reptile that is rumored to still live in the remote microclimates of Australia's Greater Blue Mountains. Although most academics agree a massive drought 30,000 years ago spawned a water shortage wiping out these giant reptiles, theories exist that a few could have survived. Sean travels through the arid grasslands, slot canyons, and dense rainforests of New South Wales in search of the giant predatory reptile.
Although hunted into extinction nearly a century ago, recent sightings suggest that the ferocious Eastern Cougar has resurfaced in the United States. Sean Duggan takes his search to Kentucky to uncover the possible return of this apex predator. Known to be one of the world's greatest hunters, the Eastern Cougar devours prey seven-times its size and can snap an animal's neck with one deadly bite. Following a string of cougar sightings, Sean sets out to track down the extinct beast and find out if this essential creature has returned to the wild.
Sean scours the Yucatan Peninsula in search of the deadly Jaguar that survived the same apocalypse that wiped out the Mayan civilization. Weighing up to 300 pounds, this formidable beast possesses the most powerful killing method of all felines -- the ability to bite through the skull of its prey. Sean treks through the Central American jungle to probe further about how this ferocious creature survived the same climatic catastrophe that completely decimated another civilization