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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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aired 17 days ago
Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett receive an unusual call from snake catchers in Cape Town, South Africa.
aired 17 days ago
Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett must remove a huge snake from a country club's pool.
aired 17 days ago
Simon and Siouxsie come to the aid of a man who believes there are two black mambas in his chicken coop.
aired 17 days ago
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.
aired 17 days ago
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.
aired 17 days ago
Snake catcher Simon Keys and his herpetologist girlfriend, Siouxsie Gillett, risk their lives to capture and relocate snakes.
aired 17 days ago
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.
aired 17 days ago
Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett get their most bizarre job yet, a snake on a train!
aired 35 days ago
Panicked residents call Simon and Siouxsie early in the morning with reports of a large snake slithering around their village and eating their livestock.
aired 36 days ago
Coming face-to-face with a deadly forest cobra that is hiding out in a tree.
aired 36 days ago
Behind-the-scenes facts with high-octane snake catchers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett as they catch a deadly black mamba, a spitting cobra and a huge forest cobra.
aired 43 days ago
Behind-the-scenes facts with the snake catchers; Simon swims with Africa's largest cobra, while partner Siouxsie captures an unwelcome wedding crasher.
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Simon tries to find a deadly black mamba in a storm, with nothing but torchlight to guide him.
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The black mamba is the most lethal snake in Africa; for tattooed snake catchers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillet, it's the subject of some of their most hair-raising snake rescues.
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A black mamba nearly bites Sioux; a spitting cobra bites a girl while she's sleeping.
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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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A black mamba shares a man's bedroom; a pregnant green mamba proves hard to catch.
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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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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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