Animal Planet's 'River Monsters' host Jeremy Wade reflects on the importance of Earth Day and how best we can protect our oceans and waterways.
“This guy with no clothes was running out of the cave, waving his arms out.”
"We had a guy who saw this disappear into him. He tried to grab the tail but it didn't work. He had to get surgery. He was
Wade determined that the perpetrator was the pacu, which is known for having human-like teeth. The angler did note that such
Wade's adventures continue each week on "River Monsters," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on Animal Planet. He was in search of the
While out hunting for the river monster known as the "Mongolian Mauler," Wade's local guide tells him of a previous excursion
"River Monsters" (Sun., 10 p.m. ET on Animal Planet) host, biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade travels the world looking
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Jeremy Wade went off in search of a fish that is supposedly as deadly as a piranha but up to eight times larger in size on
A grouper might not traditionally be thought of as dangerous or a monster, per se, but when dealing with that size, it certainly
Wade is constantly reminded that while rivers of the world, like the Amazon and the Congo, are essential to people's lives
In the strange world of animals, it's hard to top the giant Japanese salamander in the category of creepy-looking. Animal