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Dr. Brady Barr, a herpetologist by trade, travels all over the world to study reptiles and other creatures in their native habitats, often risking his life in the process. His mission is two-fold: to collect as much information as possible about the animals he studies and to inform the public about the state of the planet and the risk of extinction many animal species face. And, of course, there's another benefit to all his work: It makes great TV.

Latest episodes

aired 33 days ago
After several villagers are killed by man-eating crocodiles, Brady trains a team of local rangers to capture crocs for relocation.
aired 86 days ago
Brady Barr embarks on a mission to better understand the odd-looking smalltooth sawfish.
aired 86 days ago
Brady travels to the heart of the Central Suriname Nature Preserve with Dr Crampton; they search for the incredibly dangerous electric eel.
aired 86 days ago
Dr. Brady Barr collaborates with researchers to capture unharmed a huge Humboldt squid, which can grow up to six feet long.
aired 86 days ago
Brady tries to establish the wildest animal in America's west.
aired 362 days ago
Brady and his team try new methods of catching the strong, fast and semi-aquatic animals, one of Africa's biggest wildlife management challenges.
aired 362 days ago
Brady uses a robot that is disguised as a jackal to lure a python; Brady attempts to use a robot to capture a 9-foot mamba snake.
aired 479 days ago
Brady Barr embarks on a mission to better understand the sawfish.
aired 892 days ago
Brady rates four salamanders based on size, survival skills, sliminess and toxicity to determine the king of all salamanders.
aired 892 days ago
Brady develops a reinforced, life-size hippo decoy to protect himself as he gets close to Nile hippos in a quest to better understand the animals.
aired 892 days ago
Brady seeks the electric eel in the heart of the Surinamese rainforest.
aired 983 days ago
Brady uses a range of hands-on tests to discover how the Komodo dragon is able to take down animals 10 times its own weight.
aired 990 days ago
Brady treks through the heart of Africa's Congo Basin in search of a mysterious beast that local tribes refer to as "the one who stops the flow of rivers."
aired 1,028 days ago
The sixgill shark, one of the oldest carnivorous species on earth, has remained elusive despite the creature's massive size.
aired 1,028 days ago
A python repeatedly bites Barr and wraps him in its powerful coils when he tries to capture it for further study.
aired 1,089 days ago
Brady works to create a unique, protective crocodile-suit to allow him to get close to wild Nile crocodiles without having to restrain them.
aired 1,091 days ago
Brady investigates brown bears and polar bears in the Alaskan rainforest and Canada's Hudson Bay.

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