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Gear up for exhilarating new adventures withactor, wildlife enthusiast and curious traveler Dominic Monaghan("Lost," "The Lord of the Rings") as he treks through theworld's most extraordinary places in search of some of the weirdest, mostmajestic and dangerous animals out there. "Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan" debutson Travel Channel beginning Wednesday, January 27 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT withbrand-new episodes. This season, comprised of 13 hour-long episodes, featuresnew expeditions that take Monaghan diving into the emerald waters of a SouthPacific paradise to face a giant crab; scouring the Peruvian Amazon for acreature that's part fish and part stun gun; and hiking through Madagascar'srich ecosystem to uncover a mythical lemur. A lifelong animal lover andactivist, Monaghan devotes his spare time to discovering all creatures largeand small. Throughout his journeys to some of the most spectacular and remotelandscapes known to man, he meets with experts who help him seek out the mostexotic and rarest wildlife found only in that region. But his close encountersextend beyond nature's critters; along roads less traveled, he stumbles intolocals who introduce him to traditions, rituals and foods unique to each area.
Dom arrives in Belize on a mission to find Latin America's most deadly snake –the Fer-de-Lance – a venomous pit viper with a reputation for lying in wait and attacking unprovoked.
Dom sets out across Florida in search of a close encounter with nature's ultimate killing machine – the shark.
Dom is on the enchanting island of Madagascar – famous for crazy beasts and weird creatures – searching for the notorious aye-aye lemur.
Dom sets out from Maputo, Mozambique's bustling capital for the country's vast coastline. His mission: to swim with the largest fish in the world, the whale shark.
Dom is in South Africa, searching for the rarest big cat on the planet: the White Lions of Timbavati. With only 13 left in the wild, this is a true once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
In Sri Lanka Dom sets out to learn more about the most recognizable and most iconic snake in the world – the Indian Cobra.
Dom's looking for the closest thing on earth to real dragons - the flying lizard of the Philippines! To find them, Dom island-hops through the Philippines immense archipelago of 7000 islands.
Dom explores the dark, mysterious tributaries of the Peruvian Amazon by boat, looking for one of its most dangerous creatures – the electric eel! An electric eel can discharge 600 volts – enough power take down a bull.
Dom sets out on an epic journey across the Peruvian Andes starting at sea level and climbing to 16,000 feet. He's on a quest to find one of the strangest amphibians in the world, the Lake Titicaca Water Frog.
After a day of enjoying the vibrant sights of Sao Paulo, Dom heads out for Brazil's Pantanal -- the world's largest wetland. He's searching for the Pantanal's most bizarre animal, the giant anteater.
Dom sets out for a remote cloud forest deep in the Bolivian Andes. He's searching for a creature few people have seen or heard of – the Andean Bear.
Dom sets out by boat across the turquoise water of Palau looking for the world's largest crustacean – the coconut crab! With a diameter of 3 feet, coconut crabs look like something out of horror movie.
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