Monster Bash: Episode Guide

  • Spiders: The Dark Side

    Monday, October 24 at 7pm et/pt
    She's graceful. He's combative. The most deadly spiders in the world. Experts show how their venom tears apart our nervous system.

  • Swamp Men: Most Wanted

    Monday, October 24 at 10pm et/pt
    Brian decides to bring "Trump," the park's notorious 800-pound alligator, onto the Safari's compound to keep closer tabs on the aging reptile.

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  • Prehistoric Predators: Wolf

    Tuesday, October 25 at 7pm et/pt
    Nat Geo WILD examines why the greatest wolf to ever walk the earth—the Dire Wolf—perished, while its smaller, weaker cousin—the Gray Wolf—survived.

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  • Africa's Deadliest: Killer Tactics

    Tuesday, October 25 at 10pm et/pt
    Travel to the deepest, darkest depths of Africa and see how the deadliest predators use different techniques to kill their prey.

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  • Man v. Monster: Cold Blooded Killers

    Wednesday, October 26 at 7pm et/pt
    Gruesome reports of vicious attacks are coming from deep within the vast archipelago of Indonesia, and host Richard Terry is on a quest to find the culprit.

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  • Africa's Deadliest: Predator Swarm

    Wednesday, October 26 at 10pm et/pt
    Alone they may be weak, but with strength in numbers, some African creatures are super deadly.

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  • Man v. Monster: Amazon Terror

    Thursday, October 27 at 7pm et/pt
    Richard Terry and his team locate the lair of a giant poisonous spider with a 12-inch leg span that has been terrorizing Amazon villages, and is even rumored to drag off children.

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  • Africa's Deadliest: Lethal Weapons

    Thursday, October 27 at 10pm et/pt
    The "alien-like" jaws of a moray eel and the remarkably fast strike speed of a puff adder snake are just two of the deadly weapons yielded by Africa's creatures.

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  • Man v. Monster: Flying Demon

    Friday, October 28 at 7pm et/pt
    Immersing himself in Mayan folklore, Richard Terry hears of a flesh-eating bat said to behead its victims.

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  • World's Deadliest: Forest Killers

    Friday, October 28 at 10pm et/pt
    Ideally suited for survival in their forest homes, twelve elite animals stand above the pack, armed with keen intellect, ingenious camouflage, venomous fangs and bone-crushing jaws.

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  • Beast Hunter: Swamp Monster of the Congo

    Sunday, October 30 at 12pm et/pt
    Ever since the earliest missionaries and explorers returned from Africa, stories have been told of strange water-dwelling monsters living in the Congo Basin. Could there be a population of dinosaurs living in the remote jungle?

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  • Beast Hunter: Nightmare of the Amazon

    Sunday, October 30 at 1pm et/pt
    Deep in the Brazilian Amazon lurk tales of a massive one-eyed monster. With slashing claws, savage howl, noxious stench and a gaping mouth in its body, the locals tremble to repeat its name: mapinguari.

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  • Beast Hunter: Sea Serpent of the North

    Sunday, October 30 at 2pm et/pt
    For generations, fishermen have told tales of sea monsters, like the legendary sea serpent known as Cadborosaurus. Pat travels to Vancouver Island to track it down.

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  • Beast Hunter: Mongolian Death Worm

    Sunday, October 30 at 3pm et/pt
    The Mongolian death worm is rumored to live in the Gobi desert, one of the most inhospitable regions of the planet. This freakish creature is said to spray acid, send out electric shocks and explode when threatened.

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  • Zombie Alligators

    Sunday, October 30 at 7pm et/pt
    What is transforming alligators in Florida into mindless zombies? American alligators, measuring up to 14 feet long and weighing 1,000 lbs, are floating belly up and unable to right themselves.

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  • World’s Weirdest: Freaks in the Ocean

    Sunday, October 30 at 8pm et/pt
    Sea slug orgies; hermaphrodite flatworms; fish that walk on land and lizards that walk on water— dive in with the World's Weirdest underwater creatures.

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  • World’s Weirdest: Freaks of the Sky

    Sunday, October 30 at 9pm et/pt
    The sky isn't just for the birds — some of the world's strangest animals don't need wings for takeoff. Flying squirrels are more like paper airplanes, with built-in evolutionary parachutes.

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  • World’s Weirdest: Freaks on Land

    Sunday, October 30 at 10pm et/pt
    Some creatures are so bizarre they defy imagination. Komodo dragons use a sixth sense—a smell-o-vision from the roof of their mouth to seek out prey, and cannibal black widow spiders sense movement with their feet.

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