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Biologist and explorer Pat Spain's search for mythical creatures, and the truth (or lack thereof) regarding them, takes him to extreme wildernesses around the world. Armed with the latest technology, Spain is embedded among local tribes to seek a scientific explanation for the seemingly outlandish stories of man apes, monsters and other creatures that the residents swear are real.

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aired 573 days ago
Pygmy tribes describe an animal that resembles a sauropod dinosaur.
aired 573 days ago
For over a century a sea serpent known as Caddy has been reported swimming off the coast of British Columbia.
aired 573 days ago
The Amazon echoes with tales of a terrifying mystery beast known as the Mapinguari.

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