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Enhanced episodes of "Monster Fish" follow Dr. Zeb Hogan on his quest to find and study the world's largest freshwater fish in some of the deepest rivers and most remote corners of the planet.

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Zeb Hogan explores Florida's deep-water reefs and wrecks in search of a goliath grouper.
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Known locally as payara, vampire fish weigh up to 40 pounds, hunt like great white sharks, make acrobatic leaps like giant tarpon, and have terrifying fangs up to 6 inches long that stick up through their heads.
aired 713 days ago
Zeb Hogan is searching for a goliath that's so elusive, he'll scour every nook and cranny of the rivers of the Pacific Northwest to find it.
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Zeb Hogan heads to southern France to catch a giant bird-eating catfish.
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Zeb Hogan explores the rivers of Argentina on a quest to find a massive river ray.
aired 714 days ago
Dr. Zeb Hogan goes to the Brazilian Amazon to figure out whether the shock of an electric eel is proportionate to the fishs size.
aired 714 days ago
In Thailand, Zeb Hogan is on a mission to catch a monster snakehead, a fish in that looks more like a snake than a fish.
aired 715 days ago
Dr. Zeb Hogan searches for the elusive wolf fish, navigating harsh terrain while avoiding heart-pounding encounters with anacondas, piranhas and vampire fish.
aired 715 days ago
Zeb Hogan is on the hunt for a goldfish the size of a cow; giant carp can weigh 600 pounds and measure 10-feet long.

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Jeremy Wade is not a fisherman; he's an "extreme angler" in search of the biggest and most dangerous freshwater fish, the kind with a taste for human flesh. This action-adventure series also features Wade illustrating how these river monsters are constructed to kill.
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