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In "Guardians of the Glades," Discovery Channel spotlights Dusty "The Wildman" Crum's mission to save the Florida Everglades from an invasive breeding population of giant constrictors known as Burmese pythons. The reality series follows the snake hunter and his team as they take part in Florida's python bounty program and engage in harrowing wrestling matches in the treacherous swamps. The series highlights this team's heroic attempt to regain control over the Glades and to protect its fragile and dwindling animal populations.

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Dropping temperatures force Dusty and the team to change hunting strategies, but a run-in with his old rival Cowboy throws the team off the trail.
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To prevent the snakes from destroying southern Florida, the team targets islands off of Snake Bight Bay; Brittany plans her own hunt for the first time, but it may be more than she bargained for.
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To stop pythons from establishing new breeding colonies, the team hunts in the Florida Keys, and Dusty tries to recruit the next generation of snake hunters.
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Dusty and team trek deep into an abandoned housing development where pythons are killing off wildlife; when Dusty injures his foot on the hunt and turns back alone, he comes face to face with a monster snake.
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Dusty and the team must capture a giant calf-eating snake and venture into an abandoned factory to save upper Florida from invasive pythons.
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While Dusty and the team stave off the spreading invasion by creating a "tourniquet" at the Stormwater Treatment Areas, Gary lobbies to go down south and hunt for a new record-breaking snake.
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Dusty Crum and his team of snake hunters devise a plan to stop Florida's invasive pythons from spreading north and becoming a national emergency.
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When a potentially record-breaking python escapes Dusty's grasp, his obsession to catch it brings him face to face with the massive reptile in the most dangerous solo mission of his career.
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Dusty and the team discover a frightening new hybrid python species after trekking deep into the dense Python Pines to prevent the snakes from laying eggs.
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Dusty leads the team to an abandoned missile factory near the epicenter of the snake epidemic that could hold the biggest concentration of pythons in the Everglades.
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Dusty and his team mount a hunt from a swamp buggy before racing south to the python-infested Ten Thousand Islands off the coast of southwest Florida.
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Rival snake hunters encroach on Dusty's hunting spot, so he and his team take a major risk by day and night hunting deep in the dangerous Sawgrass Plains.
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Snake hunter Dusty Crum wages war on thousands of invasive pythons in the Florida Everglades; he is backed by a one-of-a-kind team of snake hunters.

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