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River Monsters is a United States
wildlife documentary television programme produced
for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom.
Hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade who travels around the globe
in search of the most fearsome freshwater killers.
Looking for clues, eye witnesses and stories about people who were dragged underwater by these vicious predators,
he tries to catch the biggest specimens and then release it back to the wild.
His aim is to save these rare creatures from extinction and to help people understand
the truth behind the horrific attacks on humans.
River Monsters became the most watched, most successful programmes in Animal Planet's history,
and one of the most viewed series on Discovery Channel too.
In the US, only the shortened version is shown and some animals Jeremy shows are just cut off.
Only when it premieres on ITV (originally on ITV1) in the UK these missing scenes are shown.
Cuiu, a prehistoric-looking catfish found in the Orinoco in the Amazon, 3 feet length, weigh over 40 pounds
A freshwater sawfish, which can grow to 20 feet and over 400 pounds
A goliath tigerfish, a giant
sized relative of the piranha, Congo River in the central Africa
sized catfish hauled from the murky depths,Ebro River, Spain
Arapaima, weighed in at over three hundred pounds
Demon Fish River Monsters
giant barb on the Tonle Sap River near Phnom Penh, Cambodia
giant stingray in Cambodia's Mekong River, the largest freshwater species on Earth, more than 4 meters long
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