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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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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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Simon catches a mamba in the dead of the night and finds a rare cobra for the first time.
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A black mamba hides under a kitchen sink; a spitter gives Simon the runaround.
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Siouxsie comes face to face with an angry green mamba while stuck under a vehicle.
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Simon is more scared of heights than facing a deadly black mamba, but he must do both.
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Simon is on high alert because it's mamba season and the deadly snakes are everywhere.
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Simon and Siouxsie rescue two boomslangs, mating in a tree, from a stone-throwing mob.
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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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Simon and Siouxsie receive a call to remove an angry black mamba from a wood pile.
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In summertime, Simon and Siouxsie rush to deal with a particularly dangerous pest from the wilderness of South Africa.
aired 59 days ago
One of the world's most venomous snakes moves into a home; professional snake catchers Simon and Sioux are called in.
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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.
aired 66 days ago
Simon and Sioux attempt to save the day, as big crowds and venomous snakes could be deadly for both parties involved.
aired 67 days ago
Sassy Siouxsie Gillet shows how women can handle rescuing some of the world's most venomous snakes in the most bizarre situations.
aired 71 days ago
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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Dogs, spitting cobras and Siouxsie don't mix, while Simon teeters on edge for a mamba.
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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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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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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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