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Digging deeper than its series brethren in the genre that searches for "cryptids," "Monsters Underground" features a military survivalist, biologist, reclusive hunter/tracker, and former pro boxer hoping to prove creatures of folklore exist beneath Earth's surface. Led by Bill Brock, whose experience includes hunting for Bigfoot, the team ventures into caverns, mines and caves, meeting disorienting darkness, claustrophobic passages, and potentially dangerous beasts. Those sought include an olitiau, a giant reptilian bat; a mapinguari, descended from a prehistoric sloth; and the draco, a lizard/human hybrid.

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A newly discovered section of a cave in Peach Springs, Ariz., is rumored to be the home of a bloodthirsty creature known as the Rake.
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A vicious hybrid of human and lizard allegedly haunts the dark waters of a Northern California river cave.
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The team visits the site of an American Indian massacre in Arizona in search of a legendary shape-shifting, vampiric creature.
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Brock and the team hunt an allegedly hostile and sophisticated creature in an abandoned mine in California's Calaveras County.
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A Northern California cave known as Graveyard Gulch is believed to be the home of the Mapinguari, a creature sharing characteristics with the giant prehistoric sloth.
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Bill and the team work their way through a Flagstaff, Ariz., cave in search of the giant reptilian bat known as the Olitiau.

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