The list of predators is long in Florida: black bear, Florida panthers, coyotes and gators. Brady must put the clues together and find the killer before it strikes again. But nothing in Brady's long career can prepare him for what is next: an epic encounter with a giant gator. Armed only with what he finds in his car, including a pair of jumper cables and his very own underwear, and with the help of his willing cameraman, Brady attempts to capture the rogue gator and prove that it is behind the calf killings.moreless
Weighing several hundred pounds and armed with vicelike jaws capable of dismembering its prey, the alligator snapper is a true prehistoric beast. But decades of commercial hunting have dramatically reduced its population. To find out if truly giant turtles still lurk in the waters of the Southeast, Brady heads to Louisiana.moreless
Brady plunges into the Bahamas' turquoise waters in search of nurse sharks, stingrays and other beasts of the beach -- nothing can ruin your vacation like getting the razor-sharp bill of a flying houndfish stuck in your neck! And don't think a round of golf always makes for a safe alternative -- as Brady tees off in Mexico, he discovers the water hazards can be just that -- serious hazards, with Morelet's crocodiles lurking. But if you keep your eyes open and use common sense, encountering these awesome creatures can become a vacation treat instead of a holiday horror.moreless
Interactions between humans and bears can prove deadly, so to dissuade them from equating us with food, it's important to keep them away from our trash. Brady heads to Yellowstone Park to visit The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center testing facility, where they're working on building a better trash can. After baiting a trash can, they put it to the test with two 500-pound grizzlies and watch as the animals tear the trash can to shreds in a matter of minutes. From there, Brady's off to central Florida to check in on an animal armed with smarts and dexterity rather than brute strength -- the mischievous raccoon.moreless
There's perhaps no place in the U.S. where pets face more dangers than in Phoenix, Ariz. One animal in particular has a reputation for attacking pets of all sizes the javelina, a hooved beast with razor-sharp tusks. To find out if the creature is as aggressive as people say he straps a stuffed dog to a remote-controlled vehicle and drives it into the cage of a captive javelina. An onboard camera records the attack quick, violent, full of teeth and tusks.moreless
According to Brady, his scariest encounter to date was dodging one-ton bulls at rodeo clown school. Now, Brady will face his ultimate fear again. He's headed to another "semester" of rodeo school, only this time he won't be clowning around; he's actually going to mount up. To understand just how formidable these powerful beasts are, Brady will ride one of the school's toughest bulls while slow-motion cameras record the sheer power of the twists and angles at which the bull jumps.moreless
Dr. Brady Barr comes face to face with earth's largest land-based predators. Brady tracks brown bears armed with incredible strength deep in the Alaskan rain forest and later enters towns where polar bears are a common threat.moreless
Brady Barr saddles up and ventures into America's Wild West in search of the region's roughest and toughest creatures: the elusive puma, legendary bison, venomous western diamondback rattlesnake and iconic golden eagle.
Intrigued by the camouflage and speed used by ambush predators, Dr. Brady Barr goes head-to-head with rattlesnakes, crocs, cheetahs, and more to learn the biomechanics of how these ambush predators strike to kill.moreless
Huge Humboldt squid, up to six feet long, are expanding their territory, impacting commercial fisheries, and reportedly attacking divers! To learn more, Brady Barr undertakes a high-risk mission to capture a squid unharmed.moreless
Dr. Brady Barr steps out of his element to study a barnyard animal that's turned into an invader - the feral hog. With a bite force as strong as a wolf's, and a tendency to reproduce like rabbits, these hogs have become an epidemic problem.moreless
Australia is home to the most venomous creatures on the planet. In fact, more toxic animals per square foot live here than anywhere else. Why? To find out, Dr. Brady Barr teams up with local experts to countdown the seven deadliest creatures.moreless
Typically they fit in the palm of your hand, but some salamanders grow to human-sized proportions. To determine the king of all salamanders, Dr. Brady Barr goes in search of the "big four" of giant salamanders.moreless
Reptile expert Brady Barr plunges to frigid ocean depths to get close up to one of the world's most mysterious, deep-sea sharks-the giant sixgill shark. These prehistoric creatures have remained elusive despite their size, but while filming some of the largest congregations of sharks ever seen, Barr and his team make an amazing observation and capture unique shark behavior on film.moreless
Something is blinding American Crocodiles living in Costa Rica's Tarcoles River, one of the most polluted waterways in South America. Could deadly pollutants be the smoking gun or is something even more sinister at work?moreless
Reptile expert Brady Barr tracks the Komodo dragon. Studying a 150 pound predator, with razor sharp teeth and the ability to consume up to 80 percent of its body weight in a single meal, is dangerous business-and Barr is ready for the challenge.moreless
During a research expedition to Indonesia, reptile expert Brady Barr is bitten repeatedly by a python and wrapped in its powerful coils. Witness this dangerous encounter and find out why the enormous snake attacked.moreless
Reptile expert Brady Barr goes in search of the biggest wild crocodile he can find. Testing out a specially designed laser device with a built-in HD camera, Barr sets out to accurately size up these enormous and dangerous animals.moreless
Reptile expert Brady Barr approaches seven of the world's most dangerous snakes to determine the deadliest. Grading the snakes using basic criteria of size, poison, personality, and number of human deaths, Barr names some of the deadliest of them all.moreless
The False Gharial of Borneo, the Chinese Alligator and the Philippine Crocodile are incredibly shy creatures. Merely seeing one in the wild is rare, but catching one? Brady Barr faces his toughest assignment yet.
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