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Aquatic ecologist Zeb Hogan gets up close and personal with bizarre giants of the water, specimens equally enormous in proportion and odd in appearance. Among other adventures, Hogan investigates flying fish from Asia that are invading America's waterways, and he searches for one of North America's toothiest and most-misunderstood monster fish, the alligator gar. Some of the species Hogan encounters have survived for centuries but now face the threat of extinction, and he presents groundbreaking research undertaken to protect them.

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Zeb Hogan is in Mexico to witness the mysterious migration of the whale shark and to find out why the world's biggest fish swarms in waters off Mexico each year.
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Zeb explores Florida's deep-water reefs and wrecks on a mission to catch a gargantuan 7-foot goliath grouper, the largest of the western Atlantic groupers, and uncover the surprising truth about its monstrous reputation.
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Zeb Hogan is on a quest to catch a "river shark" to determine the truth behind their deadly reputation.
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Zeb Hogan explores the maze-like river systems of Argentina on a quest to catch a colossal 400-pound short-tailed river ray, the largest freshwater stingray found in South America, and uncover the surprising sting it's hiding in its tail.
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River rays in Thailand and Australia reportedly growing up to 16 feet could be the world's largest freshwater fish.
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Dr. Zeb Hogan hunts for the biggest wolf fish he can find in the heart of Guyana, to see if they deserve their fearsome reputation.
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Zeb Hogan travels to the jungles of Malaysia, where wallago are rumored to swallow monkeys, porcupines and even monitor lizards.
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Fish biologist Zeb Hogan travels to Australia to try and track down two of the country's dangerous river shark species.
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Zeb teams up with shark scientist Dr. Tristan Guttridge, who has been conducting research on the annual migration of great hammerheads for years and has recently made a breakthrough discovery.
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Dr. Zeb Hogan travels to the India Himalayas in search of a large catfish called a Goonch that has been accused of attacking and killing people.
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Fish biologist Zeb Hogan is looking for one of the freakiest fish in the world; vampire fish, known locally as payara, weigh up to 40 pounds, hunt like great white sharks and have terrifying 6-inch fangs.
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Zeb looks for a cow-sized goldfish in Thailand and Cambodia.
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In Nicaragua, tarpon are a top predator and it can take hours to reel one in. Zeb will face his most difficult battle hunting for one of the biggest monsters of them all.
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Russian's remote Kamchatka hosts a mass migration of millions of salmon, making it one of the world's last truly wild salmon sanctuaries.
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An elusive giant green sturgeon may lurk in the Pacific Northwest.
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Zeb Hogan seeks to catch the elusive king salmon as armies of salmon surge through Alaska's icy waters during mating season.
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Searching for monster snakehead in their natural habitat of Thailand, and Florida, where they are aggressive invaders.
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Zeb is in a town called Albi in southern France to see a giant Wels catfish for himself.
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Dr. Zeb Hogan explores the Rio Roosevelt in Brazil's Amazon basin in search of monster catfish and new aquatic species.
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Zeb Hogan searches for super-sized catfish in the last great, undammed river of Asia, the Salween.
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Dr. Zeb Hogan searches the Brazilian Amazon to see if the shock of an electric eel is proportionate to the fish's size.

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