River Monsters

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
The "River Monsters" finale saw Jeremy Wade go after one of the most-famous mythological creatures: the Loch Ness Monster
The first photo of the legendary Loch Ness Monster appeared in The Daily Mail in 1934, according to LiveScience.com, but
Crawford grabbed his recurve fishing bow, drew back on the 45-pound bowstring and let loose an arrow that hit the fish and
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
See what lurks beneath the waters next time on "River Monsters," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on Animal Planet. Wade watched as