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DTH News : Animal Planet’s Jeremy Wade back with new season of River Monsters
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New Delhi: Biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade is back on Animal Planet - to show the tiny piranha that can tear apart humans in the Amazon and large killer catfish in India that feed on dead bodies.

Wade’s more extraordinary, super-sized fish in River Monsters will be telecast every Wednesday at 9 pm.

This new excursion takes Wade through the dark side of watery depths as he engages with the beasts that lurk in our planet's rivers and lakes. He travels the globe and risks life and limb on his journey to uncover the truth about the dark secrets of our planet's rivers and lakes. Mysterious predators with the potential to kill include the Giant Snakehead, Goliath Tiger Fish, Vundu, Nile Perch and Sturgeon.

Wade heads to The Mekong River in Thailand in search of one of the world's largest, most terrifying river fish, the Giant Freshwater Stingray. Armed with a venomous 10 inch barbed tail, this 700-pound monster tests Jeremy to his physical limit.

Deep in the forbidding Alaskan wilderness, people on two bottomless lakes have been vanishing without trace for thousands of years. Jeremy searches for the lethal lake monster of native legend that's dragging them down to an icy grave.

Wade tackles the supernatural ferocious monster predator Demon Fish in Africa’s infamous Congo River which outwits his physical, mental limits and utmost skills.

Wade sets his sights on an aggressive Far Eastern predator that's now invading America's backyards. Accused of homicide, and said to breathe air and crawl on land, the snakehead is a monster that sounds more like a gangster than a fish.

He also ventures across other continents to take on the wild encounters and mysteries with river monsters from Alaskan waters, Congo basins, killer crocs, hippos, warring gangs and the Mputa, aka Nile perch, Africa's largest freshwater fish from Africa’s Rift Valley, biggest bull sharks in South Africa et al.

Source: Indiantelevision.com

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