National Geographic – Monday 28 July, 9.30pm

National Geographic’s resident herpetologist, Dr Brady Barr tangles with amphibians and reptiles all over the world. His specialties though, are crocodiles and snakes. He’s the only person on the planet that’s ever captured all 23 species of crocs in the wild. Travelling through Venezuela, South Africa, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Sri Lanka, Botswana and the US, see how his hands-on research methods leave him hanging in some life and death situations; relive some of the greatest captures he’s ever undertaken; and find out why it’s become his life’s work to protect and preserve these animals in the wild.

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