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  • CROCS IN THE ACT!

  • Premieres Thursday April 11st at 9:00 pm, 8:00 pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Wild

DESCRIPTION

They're big, brash, fast and capable of consuming any animals that enter their territory - including humans. Nat Geo Wild brings you the most intense stories of the deadliest killer in the wild - crocs. Including the world’s biggest croc caught in the Philippines and a hunt for the man-killer croc in Africa, Crocs in the act! guarantees real captures, real adventure and real danger.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Crocs in the act!: Monster Croc Hunt
    For two years, a monster crocodile terrorizes a small Filipino community. It starts in 2009, with an attack on two young school girls - in which the crocodile decapitates 11-year-old Rowena Ruiz. More attacks on fishermen and livestock follow until September 2011, when Filipino croc legend Ronnie Sumiller succeeds in catching the killer alive. Called Lolong, the beast that they pull from the swamp is more massive than anything they've ever seen. Crocodile biologist Adam Britton arrives to measure it and officially certifies it as the Guinness Book of Records' largest known crocodile in the world. But there is dissent among the villagers - they're certain Lolong is the wrong croc, and that an even bigger monster is still out there.
  • Crocs in the act!: Man-Eater of The Congo
    In Africa’s Croc Attack, American kayakers Ben Stookesberry and Chris Korbulic venture deep into the Congo to track down and capture one of the world’s deadliest predators a massive Nile crocodile that killed their friend and guide, Hendri Coetzee. Joining forces with a team of crocodile experts, they battle high water and erratic weather as they search for signs of crocs; construct a clever trap system, only to be outsmarted at every turn; and install an extensive network of hidden cameras, taking a terrifying glimpse at some of nature’s fiercest predators. Ultimately, they come face-to-face with a creature that has haunted them since the moment of the attackonly to confront a difficult decision that neither of them could have anticipated.
  • Crocs in the act!: Croc Invasion
    Saltwater crocodiles are fearsome predatory giants. Flatbacks are hard-nosed ocean-going turtles. Few people knew they ever met, let alone the epic battle that kicks off when they do…..
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