Giant Squid

Giant squids are no sea-monster tale and this beastly sea creature may have been spotted by Japanese scientists.

Giant Squid

Giant Squid
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Giant squids are no sea-monster tale and this beastly sea creature may have been spotted by Japanese scientists.

Giant Centipede

Giant Centipede
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Researchers head out into the darkness to hunt for a giant centipede. Will they catch the venomous creature?

Eye of a Predator

Eye of a Predator
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Dr. Kent Vliet investigates how an alligator is able to hunt its prey in murky water. Watch as the scientist dissects an alligator eye to learn more about it's hunting abilities.

Gator Capture

Gator Capture
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This large alligator found in a swamp and could threaten human lives. Watch as these researchers carefully capture the animal and bring it to their lab for tests.

Orb Spider

Orb Spider
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After capturing a Trinidad Chevron Tarantula, this scientist searches for a golden orb spider. These spiders produce a strong silk, making them a good candidate for research.

Rat Pig

Rat Pig
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To trick a hand-reared python into eating more like a wild snake, this researcher places a rat head on a pig. Watch as this python is introduced to his meal.

Snake On Snake

Snake On Snake
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While not a danger to humans, kingsnakes are a top predator among other reptiles since they are immune to most venom. Watch as this kingsnake swallows a corn snake.

Threat To Pets

Threat To Pets
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Cane toads are highly toxic. Household pets like cats and dogs are put at risk by playing with the toads and becoming exposed to the toxin.

The Invasion Begins

The Invasion Begins
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The cane toad invasion is thought to originated in Gordonvale, Australia. Local residents remember the start of the invasion and describe having difficulty walking outside without the creatures jumping all over peoples' feet.

Possible Solution

Possible Solution
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In the early 1900s, grubs had infested Australian sugar cane fields, killing the crops at the root and leaving scores of farmers in dire straits. Cane toads, known to feed on the grubs, were suggested as a solution to the problem.

Buffy

Buffy
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Bev Coleman constructed "Buffy," a giant sculpture of a cane toad, in 1986 as a gift to the people of Sarina, Australia.

Bugging Out Promo

Bugging Out Promo
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PREMIERES TUESDAY, 10/19 AT 9PM. They're creepy, crawly and to most of us just plain icky! But for "Ken the Bug Guy" and his team, exotic insects are not only a business -- they're a pride and joy.

Red Velvet

Red Velvet
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While hunting for tarantulas in Arizona, the team finds a colony of giant Red Velvet mites that are nearly half an inch across.

Don't Try This At Home

Don't Try This At Home
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Ken and Mike talk about the hazards of working in a business where 95 percent of the "goods" are venomous, and why handling scorpions is best left to professionals.

Bug Wife

Bug Wife
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Georgi, the "Bug Wife," doesn't get to spend much time with the shop's insects, so she relishes the opportunity to feed the spiders, assassin bugs, and giant Vietnamese centipedes.

Bug Hunting

Bug Hunting
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While hunting for scorpions under the light of the moon, Ken and Mike uncover a slithering rattlesnake.

Thank The Bug Gods

Thank The Bug Gods
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While delivering a shipment of baby tarantulas to Arizona, Mike and the team run low on gas -- will they make it to their destination before the heat fries their sensitive cargo?

Lizard Bath

Lizard Bath
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While the rest of the team is at a tarantula conference in Arizona, Julia holds down the fort -- and that means giving Alphonso the Bearded Dragon his weekly bath.

The Sound of Vomit

The Sound of Vomit
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How does the sound of vomit help the military with crowd control? Find out in just 5 weird connections!

Anteaters

Anteaters
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Nick Bakers goes on a search for a Tamadura anteater and it is a beautiful find.

Fairy Penguins

Fairy Penguins
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When night falls in Australia Nick Baker goes on a search for the nemesis of the sea dragon, the little penguin.

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