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The coastal city of Durban in South Africa is known for sandy beaches, warm weather -- and snakes! Residents are under attack from a plague of deadly reptiles, including the notorious black mamba, but they should have no fear because of Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett. "Snake City" follows the reptile-wrangling couple who respond to the desperate calls of terrified residents who have encountered slithery serpents in and around their homes.

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A black mamba nearly bites Sioux; a spitting cobra bites a girl while she's sleeping.
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Tattooed snake catcher Simon Keys and his girlfriend, Siouxsie Gillet, rescue dangerous snakes from unusual and challenging locations in South Africa.
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A huge black mamba is trapped inside a dark roof; a dog is sprayed in the eyes.
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Dogs, spitting cobras and Siouxsie don't mix, while Simon teeters on edge for a mamba.
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Simon mud-wrestles a mamba; a cobra hides inside a toilet; a whip snake loses its tail.
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With keen eyes, snake-fast reflexes and a razor-sharp wit, Siouxsie Gillet plays a major role in her snake-catching partnership with boyfriend Simon Keys.
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A black mamba shares a man's bedroom; a pregnant green mamba proves hard to catch.
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From an office park to a construction site and a shopping mall, dangerous snakes terrify people at workplaces across Durban, South Africa.
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For professional snake catchers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillet, snakes invading people's homes make for some of the most dramatic and difficult rescues.
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Simon and Siouxsie come to the aid of a man who believes there are two black mambas in his chicken coop.
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Simon and Siouxsie rush to help a family who have a snake behind their kitchen cupboards only to learn that it's a lethal spitting cobra.
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Simon and Siouxsie come to the aid of a terrified woman who has a brown snake in her kitchen; Simon comes face to face with an enormous black mamba in an oven.
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Snake catcher Simon Keys and his herpetologist girlfriend, Siouxsie Gillett, risk their lives to capture and relocate snakes.
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Snake-catchers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett are challenged with a tricky situation after a woman spots a large snake slithering around in her garage and is having trouble finding it.
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Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett get their most bizarre job yet, a snake on a train!
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The phone calls are stacking up for Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett as people from all walks of life are encountering dangerous and deadly snakes.
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Simon and Siouxsie crisscross the city, responding to cries of help as snakes wander into the wrong places.
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In South Africa, snakes are at their most active on hot days and, potentially, at their most dangerous; it's the busy season for professional snake catchers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett.
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A snake puts an office on lockdown; a deadly black mamba vanishes into a scrap yard.
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Simon and Siouxsie catch an injured spitting cobra and a mamba that's eaten two kittens.
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It's mamba madness with deadly snakes popping up in containers, sheds and trees.

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