What is THAT?! An unidentified river monster in Thailand’s Mekong River was captured on camera and no one seems to know what it could be. What do you think?
Nothing is more insidiously evil than the killers you can’t see. So relax on your couch (if you can) and tune in to to Animal Planet every Friday at 9PM E/P as Monsters Inside Me switches nights for the hallowed month of October.
Think you’ve got what it takes to find Bigfoot? Well, now’s your chance.
We’ve set up a live camera in an undisclosed location that allows you to track Bigfoot 24/7! You’ll even get to search at night with nifty infrared technology.
Join the search then tune in for an all-new season of Finding Bigfoot Sunday, Nov. 10 @ 10PM E/P!
Some great shots of Jeremy Wade doing what he does best.
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The carcass of the mysterious, horned sea creature washed up on the shores of Spain, leaving the public stunned as to what it is. Head over to our Bites blog for more info »
In a terribly sad story that only reinforces the danger of owning a large snake as a pet, two young boys were killed after an African rock python is believed to have escaped from the pet store beneath what is believed to be their home.
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S5 - Legend of Loch Ness (US)
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Ahh yes, the infamous monster worm Lagarfljótsormur, who has been spotted in Lagarfljót Lake in Iceland on and off since 1345. Since its surfacing (pun intended) on the internet last week, this video has gone viral. Thus, we ask you: is it real or a fake? And does Iceland have its very own Loch Ness?
A billowing, ghostly sea monster from the darkest depths of the ocean is caught on tape in this video captured by underwater drillers. Get the story at Discovery News. »