|Narrated by||Jeremy Wade|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||30|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Discovery Production|
|Original channel||Animal Planet|
|Picture format||SD: 576i 16:9
|Audio format||SD: Stereo
HD: Dolby Digital 5.1
|Original run||5 April 2009 – present|
River Monsters is a documentary television series that airs on Animal Planet, hosted by Jeremy Wade and produced by Icon Films of Bristol, UK. The first season aired from 5 April to 17 May 2009. A second season began airing on 25 April 2010. The third season began on 10 April 2011.
After the show garnered high viewers and good ratings in the third season, on 9 June 2011, Animal Planet renewed the show for a fourth season, which premiered on 1 April 2012. River Monsters returned for a 5th season on 7 April 2013. 
Show Information 
River Monsters travels worldwide with Suffolk, England born host, biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade to explore freshwater mysteries and local folklore, possibly debunk these myths and track down these harrowing tales. The show has taken viewers to Germany, Spain, Italy, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, India, Japan, Russia, Suriname, Brazil, Ethiopia, Uganda, South Africa, The Republic of Congo, Mongolia, Guyana, and the American states of Alaska, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Vermont.
First season 
In the first season, Wade's weekly quest had him in search of Piranha, Goonch catfish (during his investigation of the Kali River goonch attacks) , Alligator gar, Wels catfish, Bull shark, Piraiba/Candiru, and Arapaima, all supposedly deadly creatures shrouded with mystery. The show also focuses on explaining the creature's feeding habits.
Rebroadcasts of the episodes with captions showing behind the scenes commentary from the host about the particular episode can also be seen on both Animal Planet and Discovery Channel, these episodes going by the title "River Monsters: Unhooked".
Second Season 
The second season of River Monsters began airing on 24 April 2010, although the first episode ("Demon Fish") appeared on the Discovery Channel on 28 March 2010. This season consists of 7 episodes and takes viewers to the Congo river and other locations. In the episode, "Death Ray", Wade catches a pregnant female Giant freshwater stingray which gives birth while it was being examined by Wade & a team of biologists. This season features the sturgeon, Wade's biggest catch yet.
Note that the air dates listed here are for the original Animal Planet premier of each episode, not their Discovery Channel debut.
Episode list 
Season 1: 2009 
|Title||Original air date||Unhooked air date|
|1||"Piranha"||5 April 2009||5 May 2010|
|2||"Killer Catfish"||12 April 2009||23 May 2010|
|3||"Alligator Gar"||19 April 2009||9 May 2010|
|4||"European Maneater"||26 April 2009||26 May 2010|
Featured Animals: Wels catfishThe Wels Catfish is one of the largest catfish in the world. Medieval reports claim it is an aggressive man eater that will swallow you whole. After new reports surface of attacks in Germany, Jeremy Wade dives deep into the mystery of these fish. His investigation leads him to Spain, where a group of catfish were introduced into the Rio Ebro. Numerous factors led to these creatures taking over the ecosystem and possibly growing to man-eating size. There, Jeremy finds that these river monsters have no fear of man, and faces a potential maneater.
|5||"Amazon Assassins"||3 May 2009||28 April 2010|
|6||"Amazon Flesheaters"||10 May 2009||2 May 2010|
|7||"Freshwater Shark"||17 May 2009||12 May 2010|
Season 2: 2010 
|Title||Original air date||Unhooked air date|
|8||"Demon Fish"||28 March 2010||16 August 2010|
Featured Animals: Goliath tigerfishJeremy Wade travels deep into the jungles of the Congo in search of a little known predator that may be the most terrifying monster of all: the Goliath Tigerfish. This creature combines everything that made all previous river monsters deadly, and then some. Growing to 6 feet long with the jaws and teeth of a crocodile, this beast is covered in armor plating and thick muscle. Basically a giant piranha, the tigerfish is believe to be responsible for gruesome deaths, both in and out of water. The search for the elusive tigerfish pushes Jeremy to his mental limit as he uses everything he knows as a fisherman, as well as some luck from a witch doctor, to find this terrifying monster and uncover the truth behind a number of violent attacks.
|9||"Death Ray"||25 April 2010||20 August 2010|
|10||"Killer Snakehead"||2 May 2010||9 August 2010|
|Illinois and gets a taste of how much of an impact an invasive species such as the silver carp can have on humans. Arriving at Khao Laem Dam along the River Kwai in Thailand, Wade uncovers stories of attacks, one being fatal. With no luck in reeling one in with a line, he then dives deep into a murky river right in the middle of a school of young snakehead, hoping to find their murderous parents.|
|11||"Congo Killer"||9 May 2010||6 August 2010|
|12||"Alaskan Horror"||16 May 2010||19 August 2010|
|Lake Iliamna is supposedly the home of a monster. Reports claim it grows 20 feet long and is responsible for the disappearance of many fishermen. Investigating the identity of this creature, Jeremy Wade faces cold-water fishing for the first time. He investigates the possibility of the monster being a Pike or a Beluga whale, but none would match the description. Wade then tries to find out a possible food source: Salmon. This results in the first salmon he has on the end of his line, only to have it stolen by a bear. After hearing an eyewitness's encounter, Jeremy is able to determine the identity of the monster: a White Sturgeon. These fish grow to 20 feet long and are known to leap out of the water, which could result in people going missing. Fishing for sturgeon, Wade faces what may be the biggest fish he's ever caught.|
|13||"Rift Valley Killers"||23 May 2010||19 August 2010|
|Rift Valley, lives the Nile Perch, Africa's largest freshwater fish. Growing to 6 feet long, this fish is considered a prize and is what many people brave countless perils to catch. Jeremy travels to the birthplace of humanity and the oldest and most dangerous fishing spot to find this legendary creature. He faces off against Crocodiles, Hippos, and Gangs to find the perch, and is amazed at the dangers people face every day in order to catch this fish. He then takes on these perils in order to land monster perch.|
|14||"Hidden Predator"||30 May 2010||12 August 2010|
Season 3: 2011 
|Title||Original air date||Unhooked air date|
|15||"The Mutilator"||10 April 2011||29 May 2011|
|Papua New Guinea, two separate deaths have attracted the media: two men were found to have bled to death in the Sepik River as a result of a "ball-cutter" attacking villagers. Jeremy Wade travels to this unexplored river to uncover the creature responsible. While fishing for a possible food source, Wade makes an unusual discovery: a Pacu. These fish are related to the Piranha and are from South America, where they use their strange human-like teeth to eat nuts and fruits. Wade makes a terrible discovery about the seemingly-placid pacus living in the Sepik.|
|16||"Flesh Ripper"||17 April 2011||24 May 2011|
Featured Animals: New Zealand longfin eelAfter reading reports of flesh-eating eels in New Zealand, Jeremy Wade journeys to a land which he always thought a safe place to swim. Captain James Cook's memoirs and Māori folklore's tell of man-eating snake-like creatures. He treks into the Waitomo Caves and Lake Manapouri and discovers just savage and dangerous these "devourers of men" can be. Armed with razor-sharp teeth which prevent escape, these eels spin and tear off bits of flesh like a crocodile. Although he already knows they have the ability to cause serious harm, Wade still must determine if they have the attitude to attack a human in order to find out if they deserve their reputation. The only way to do this is to put himself on the menu.
|17||"Silent Assassin"||24 April 2011||26 May 2011|
|Paraná River, a young girl was killed by a river stingray. Venturing to a country he's never been to before, to face a fish he's never heard of before, Jeremy travels to this river in order to find the killer: the Shorttail River Stingray, which grows to 6 feet across. Unlike Thailand's Giant Freshwater Stingray, this fish isn't long or wide. Instead it's thick and heavy, with a short, clublike tail with which it delivers its venomous sting. After hearing many more reports of attacks, Jeremy becomes determined to face this beast, which can glue itself to the river bottom like a suction cup. Its strength is then proven as Wade hooks into this tank-like fish in what is his longest battle to date.|
|18||"Chainsaw Predator"||1 May 2011||28 May 2011|
|19||"Electric Executioner"||15 May 2011||23 May 2011|
|Pará dying at the same time without any bite marks on them, he rules out piranhas and stingrays. After hearing a witness's claim, he concludes that the killer was an Electric Eel: an 8-foot, snake-like fish that possesses the bizarre ability to produce up to 600 volts of electricity. Following stories of "invisible powers", he journeys all over Brazil, searching for the elusive fish. Jeremy then comes across a story that confirms the eel's ability to kill a man, but he still tries to find out if it can kill three as the story claims. After searching through the smallest of ponds he can find in the dry season, he finally finds a large eel in little more than a mud-puddle. After fishing it out, Wade makes a startling discovery that could possibly explain three men dying at once.|
|20||"Cold Blooded Horror"||22 May 2011||25 May 2011|
|Japan to learn more about its legendary river monsters. In a Tokyo fish market, he interviews many fisherman and uncovers two seemingly unbelievable stories: the Namazu, an enormous catfish that supposedly causes the numerous earthquakes in Japan whenever it wriggles its huge body; and the Kappa, a gremlin-like beast that drags children underwater and devours their souls. On Lake Biwa, Wade investigates the origin of the namazu legend as well as searches for a connection between catfish and earthquakes. After finding a reasonable explanation, he turns his attention to the Kappa. After visiting a shrine to the creature, he finds an alleged mummified kappa and starts wondering if the kappa isn't a fish, but something else entirely. Wade speaks with a scientist about what other creatures live in Japanese rivers, and he learns of a creature known as the Hanzaki, which can grow to 6 feet. Diving into a swift-moving stream, Jeremy comes face-to-face with the strangest and most unexpected river monster he's ever met.|
|21||"Jungle Killer"||30 May 2011||1 June 2011|
|Brokopondo Reservoir in the remote jungles of Suriname, where he interviews the victim and hears his idea of the culprit. The man claims the fish was the much-feared "anjumara", a Wolf Fish: a large, aggressive predator with razor-sharp teeth. Wade travels deep into the jungle in search of a monster fish and uncovers more reports of their savagery, attacking people and animals on both land and sea. After a "shocking" event and a plague of piranha and caiman, Jeremy comes face-to-face with what is perhaps South America's most vicious fish.|
Season 4: 2012 
|Title||Original air date||Unhooked air date|
|22||"American Killers"||1 April 2012||21 May 2012|
Jeremy Wade has traveled all over the world looking for killer freshwater fish. He's been down the Amazon, deep in the heart of Africa, in the murkiest swamps, in the Alaskan subarctic, and everywhere in between. But are there dangerous killers lurking in the lakes and rivers of the United States? Travelling to Florida, Jeremy once again encounters the bull shark, a species known to swim in freshwater, which he has faced before in Australia and South Africa. Bull sharks are believed to have been responsible for the Jersey Shore Shark Attacks of 1916, which inspired the 1974 novel Jaws. Three of the five attacks that occurred took place in a freshwater river. Following reports of sharks prowling the freshwater canals of Florida, Jeremy once again reels in a monster shark, as well as a little extra.
Next, Wade returns to Texas' Trinity River, for a rematch with the alligator gar. In season 1, he had caught a 7-foot female gar and concluded that the fish had no interest in attacking people. Now, reports have surfaced that gar in Texas are once again reaching lengths of up to 14 feet, the perfect size for a potential killer. Having already experienced their impenetrable armor and razor sharp teeth, Jeremy follows reports of giant gar all over the Trinity, only to find possible evidence of giant gar in a very unexpected place.Then, Jeremy turns his attention to the Lake of the Ozarks, America's 3rd most dangerous lake, to investigate stories of catfish growing to man-eating proportions. Local divers have allegedly witnessed giant catfish and been too scared to dive in the lake again. Jeremy uncovers unbelievable stories of catfish eating already deceased humans, but he wonders if a catfish could ever be big enough or strong enough to kill a person. He finds his answer in Oklahoma, where people catch catfish in a very unusual, and dangerous, method.
|23||"Pack of Teeth"||8 April 2012||21 May 2012|
|Okavango River delta in Botswana, a ferry tips over. All the passengers die, and their bodies are retrieved stripped of flesh. Authorities write it off as crocodiles, but Jeremy Wade isn't so sure. The corpse resemble those devoured by piranha and beggars the question if this was another case of an introduced species running amok. Traveling to the murky swamps of the delta, he is informed of a fish known locally as the ndweshi, which swarms in packs and is greatly feared. Described as long and muscular, with large teeth and horizontal black stripes, Jeremy goes hunting for a fish to match the description. Following a flock of birds, he finds a group of large predatory fish causing a commotion in the water. Casting out, he lands an African Tigerfish, a smaller cousin of the Goliath Tigerfish he caught in season 2. Believing to have found the ndweshi, he tries to discover if they really are pack-hunting killers. Hearing of a rare event believed to attract large numbers of tigerfish, Wade sets out only to find himself in the middle of a feeding frenzy.|
|24||"Invisible Executioner"||15 April 2012||22 May 2012|
After hearing reports of fishermen disappearing in the Zambezi River in Zambia, Jeremy Wade journeys there to uncover the truth behind their deaths. He hears tales of a man getting pulled in and drowning in the rapids after hooking into a monster fish. The natives believe it to be the work of a large, serpentine fish the size of a man. They also tell Wade of a snakelike river spirit called Nyaminyami, who is angry at the Kariba Dam for blocking its river. Believing Nyaminyami to be inspired from the killer fish, he travels to Lake Kariba to find the beast. After nearly being capsized in a storm, Jeremy hears reports of small toddlers and children being eaten by the fish, known locally as "Mazunda," as well as a fisherman being dragged to the depths beneath the dam. Interviewing a witness of the "Mazunda," Wade learns of the Vundu Catfish, southern Africa's largest fish. Travelling all over the Zambezi, Jeremy gains access to the prohibited waters directly beneath the dam, where he finally hooks into a monster.Note* The Vundu catfish was also featured in the Season 2 episode "Congo Killers," no mention was made in this episode of ever having caught it before.
|25||"Asian Slayer"||22 April 2012|
Jeremy Wade's journey into extreme fishing started in India, where he caught large Mahseer, and where he later caught a massive Goonch that had been killing bathers. Now, he returns following reports of a new predator, capable of taking pets and small children. Looking around, he uncovers its identity: the Sareng Catfish, a streamlined predator with long jaws and sharp teeth. He also finds a problem: the sareng is sacred in India's Hindu religion and harming it is believed to curse you with bad luck. Almost immediately he encounters problems when the lake where he is fishing is closed and tries his luck in the wilderness of Corbett National Park, sharing the territory with man-eating tigers and wild elephants. The monsoon comes early and the fish are not biting, forcing him to leave the river. In order to escape what appears to be the wrath of the gods, he travels to Thailand to a lake inhabited by sareng, as well as countless other introduced river monsters. Despite not being a Hindu country, Thailand offers no protection from the gods as Jeremy seemingly catches every fish, especially Red-tailed catfish, in the lake but the sareng. Deciding to face his demons instead of running from them, he returns to India to take part in a Hindu blessing, in order to appease the gods and convince them he means the fish no harm. Returning to the river, Jeremy finds he may have finally met his match.Note* The Sareng was caught in the Lost Reels episode: Himalayan Giants, but was not mentioned here.
|26||"Killer Sharks and Rays"||29 April 2012|
|27||"Russian Killer"||6 May 2012||24 May 2012|
|Amur River. There, he interviews some of the locals. They mention that there is some kind of large fish in the river, but they don't tell him anything else. Believing that they are keeping some sort of secret, he talks to a local biologist, who tells him of an encounter with the Kaluga: a predatory freshwater sturgeon species known to grow up to 18 feet long. Armed with an enormous mouth, this fish could easily drag people in the water when hooked. After the fall of the Soviet Union, a sudden surge of fishing nearly wiped them out, as they produce delicious caviar. Now, people keep up illegal fishing for them and tell nobody, explaining the locals' secretive behavior involving the fish. Journeying with a team of biologists who can legally catch the fish for research, Jeremy sets out to catch what may be the last of these monstrous fish.|
|28||"Mongolian Mauler"||13 May 2012||25 May 2012|
|Delger-Moron River, he braves venomous vipers, violent gangs of gold prospectors, and dangerous rapids. The legendary Taimen proves elusive and his Mongolian guide brings in a shaman in hopes of appeasing the river spirit.|
|29||"Phantom Assassin"||20 May 2012||23 May 2012|
|Glyphis sharks who can not only tolerate freshwater, but are purely freshwater fish. When a report of an unidentified attack on a person in Australia's Fitzroy River emerges, Jeremy wade journeys down under, wondering if the attacker was a Northern River Shark, a species of Glyphis Shark, and be one of the only people to catch one. Ruling out crocodiles and Bull Sharks, Jeremy determines that the little-known shark just might be the culprit. Joining a group of scientists, he sets out to a very dangerous body of water, only to make a discovery that could reveal the truth behind the attack. Then, battling both the odds and the tides, Jeremy hooks into a mysterious predator and becomes the first man to film it alive.|
|30||"Lair Of Giants"||27 May 2012||28 May 2012|
|Guyana, South America, where early explorers wrote about a river system filled with mysterious giants. Armed with only old journals and his rod, Wade embarks on an epic journey where he'll tackle the Essequibo — South America's third largest and largely unconquered river. He immerses himself in the culture of the Mucushi and must earn the trust of these native people in order to gather their knowledge and hear their stories. Once again he'll set out to separate fact from fiction. His last and greatest catch turns out to be a species of Arapaima new to science.|
Season 5: 2013 
|Title||Original air date|
|31||"Face Ripper"||7 April 2013||20 May 2013|
|Bolivian man's face being torn off leads Jeremy to believe that there is a new, ultra-aggressive species of piranha living in the Rio Yata River. He soon finds this not to be the case when a witness tells him that the attackers of the man are red-bellied piranhas. There is a reason for these piranhas in the area to be being more violent and aggressive than others. Also, Jeremy finds that black piranhas, which were always thought to be less aggressive and somewhat shy, are very destructive and violent. More so than scientists believed them to be.|
|32||"Atomic Assasin"||14 April 2013|
|Ukraine, searching in the river for a river monster that is said to attack a young man. He then gets a rumor about a giant deformed catfish lurking in the Pripyat River. However, the river is near Chernobyl, the infamous power plant that had destroyed itself and the city of Pripyat 30 years ago. After getting the government's permission to search for the monster in the radioactive river, he teams up with a Ukrainian scientist. With his help, he eventually discovers his nuclear monster.|
|33||"Killer Torpedo"||21 April 2013||23 May 2013|
|34||"Colombian Slasher"||5 May 2013||24 May 2013|
|Colombia's area of the Amazon, hearing the story of a bride that was attacked by an unidentified creature. As he searches for the mystery, he faces the dense and deadly jungles, as well as Colombian rebel groups.|
|35||"Vampires of the Deep"||12 May 2013|
|Featured Animals: Sea Lamprey, Pacific Lamprey, Longnose Gar, Bowfin, Greater Redhorse, European Carp, Lake Trout|
The Lost Reels 
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Amazonian Giant"||27 May 2011|
|2||"Himalayan Giant"||27 May 2011|
Broadcast ratings 
Season One 
River Monsters had the best series premiere in Animal Planet's network history by delivering 1.3 million viewers. It was also its most watched regularly airing primetime telecast in over six years. The second episode of Animal Planet's River Monsters delivered a 39% boost in total viewers (1.866 million) compared to the series premiere. Those numbers made it the best performing regularly scheduled primetime telecast in Animal Planet's history. The first season of River Monsters made it the best performing show in Animal Planet's history with every episode averaging over 1 million households. The season finale delivered about 1.47 million households.
Season Two 
Its second season premiere episode became the network's best season premiere ever. It drew in 1.7 million total viewers.
See also 
- Marshall, Harry (23 July 2009). "'Presenting' Natural History". TBI Magazine. Informa Telecoms & Media. Retrieved 1 June 2012.
- Official website
- River Monsters Delivers Best Premiere Numbers In Animal Planet History Broadcasting & Cable
- Cable Ratings: Animal Planet's River Monsters A Ratings Monster Broadcasting & Cable
- River Monsters is TV ratings hit Times of the Internet
- Cable Ratings: River Monsters Brings Record Haul To Animal Planet Broadcasting & Cable
- Official website
- Rivers Monsters on Animal Planet Every Wednesday at 9 P.M in September and October
- River Monsters at TV.com
- Review of River Monsters, Leicester Mercury
|Title||Original air date|
|"Killer Catfish-Special Cut (2 hours)"||31 May 2010|
|"The Deadliest"||3 April 2011|
Jeremy Wade tells of the most dangerous of all the River Monsters he's ever faced.
"Piranha"- Jeremy tosses a dead duck in the water and witnesses the ferocity of the flesh-eating piranha.
"Freshwater Shark"- Jeremy hooks into a goliath fish; Jeremy proves that sharks aren't just sea monsters.
"Killer Snakehead"- Jeremy dives into a school of snakehead young in order to find their murderous parents."Demon Fish"- Jeremy faces the ultimate river monster: the Goliath Tigerfish.
|"The Most Bizarre"||8 May 2011|
Recalling an encounter with a mysterious animal he sighted in the Amazon, Jeremy Wade relives his encounters with the world's most bizarre freshwater fish, and reveals the identity of his mystery creature.
"Amazon Flesh Eaters"- Jeremy comes face to face with a fish capable of swallowing a man whole: Jeremy finds a gruesome scene of how aggressive Amazon fish are; Jeremy meets the fish that devours you from the inside-out; Jeremy uncovers a shocking tale of a fish entering the body of a man in the most horrifying of places; Jeremy meets a very unusual catfish.
"Alligator Gar"- Jeremy encounters a monster fish with a deadly set of teeth in the deep South."Congo Killers"- Jeremy meets some villagers with a very bizarre fish that can breathe air.
|"River Monsters Goes Tribal"||29 May 2011|
|"Killer sharks and rays"||29 April 2012|
Jeremy Wade relives his most memorable encounters with deadly sharks and rays.
"Electric Executioner"- Jeremy reels in an unusual-looking stingray.
"Silent Assassin"- Jeremy hooks into a massive river stingray in the longest battle on the show to date.
"River Monsters Goes Tribal"- After gaining the tribe's trust, Jeremy lives his dream of reeling in a full-grown shark, with his bare hands.
"Freshwater Shark"- Jeremy discovers that Bull Sharks not only live in rivers, but breed in them.
"Hidden Predator"- Jeremy lands an enormous Bull Shark, in a heavily populated river."Chainsaw Predator"- Jeremy finds an elusive species of ray that swims up rivers, and wields the most terrifying weapon of all time.
|"Killer Weapons"||22 May 2012|
Episodes Featured "Chainsaw Predetor" - Jeremy goes trough and gets a dangerous sawfish."Electric Executioner" - Jeremey finds the utuimate eel. "Flesh Riper" - Jeremey fishes an eel in New Zealand. "Hidden Predetor" - Wade finds a camouflaged shark in Australia. Amazon Flesheaters - Wade goes to Amazon River and catches the candiru.
|"Lethal Legends"||23 May 2012|
"Cold Blooded Horror" - Jeremy caught a Japanese Giant Salamander by hand.
"Alaskan Horror" - Jeremy caught a White sturgeon
"Asian Slayer" - Jeremy encounters problems when he tries to fish for the Sareng Catfish, a fish sacred in Hindu religion.
"Flesh Ripper" - Jeremy caught a New Zealand longfin eel using a technique he learnt from a local fisherman."Invisible Executioner" - Jeremy investigated the legend of Nyaminyami, a snakelike river spirit. He hooked a vundu after he was given permission to fish in a restricted directly beneath a dam.
|"Deadliest Encounters"||24 May 2012|
Jeremy recounted some of his closest call with death with forces beyond his control that nearly turned danger into disaster.
Episodes Featured "Jungle Killer" - Jeremy and his crew were struck by lighting while fishing for Giant Wolf Fish in Suriname, Brazil.
"Amazon Assassins" - Having once being injured by Arapaima, Jeremy tried to overcame his fear for the fish by helping some Arapaima fisherman at a fish farm. Out in the wild, Jeremy managed to catch a giant 150lb Arapaima.
"American Killers"- Jermey tried hand-catching for Flathead Catfish in Oklahoma.
"Killer Snakehead" - Jeremy travelled to Thailand and hunted for Giant snakehead in a murky river with his guide using a rusty hand-made spear gun.
"River Monsters Goes Tribal" - Jeremy dived into a reef full of sharks without getting bitten.
"Rift Valley Killers" - Jeremy encountered crocodile and hippopotamus while helping the local fisherman tend their fishing nets for Nile Tilapia."Alaskan Horror" - Jeremy travelled to Alaska to fish for Sockeye Salmon. The first salmon he caught was stolen by a Grizzly Bear cub.
|"Deadliest Catfish"||27 May 2012|
Jeremy remembers some of his encounters with the catfish family over the years.
Episodes Featured "European Maneater" - Jeremy investigates Wels Catfish where medieval accounts reported a aggressive maneater that swallow man whole.
"Amazon Flesheaters" - Jeremy catches the Redtail catfish. He also find the Candiru which has entered a man's body through his urethra. Finally, he investigates the Candiru-Acù, a small catfish that dills hole in dead or dying animals before eating them from inside.
"Amazon Flesheaters" - Jeremy catches the Amazon's largest catfish, an 80 lb Piraiba Catfish.
"Asian Slayer" - Jeremy investigates the Sareng Catfish in India."Killer Catfish" - Jeremy attempts to catch a Goonch Catfish which has reportedly grew to man-eating size.
|"Year oF Beasts"||20 May 2013|