Man may have conquered most of the planet, but there are still places where unknown creatures lurk. Join British adventurer and cinematographer Richard Terry in pursuit of these monsters in Man V Monster.
Brave jungles and remote islands to track down animals so dangerous they think nothing of attacking, and killing, human prey.
Can you both survive these encounters with some of the most feared and cryptic species on Earth?
Man V Monster: Giant Spider Hunt
Travelling deep into the Amazon rainforest, Richard is on the trail of an eight-legged monster that is reportedly terrorising local villagers and is even capable of carrying off children. As he runs a gauntlet of hungry caimans, predatory piranhas and toxic dart frogs, can he find a new species of mega spider?
Man V Monster: Mayan Death Bat
In southern Mexico, there are reports of a terrifying creature that attacks locals at night, leaving its sleeping victims in pools of blood. The ancient Mayan inhabitants of the area believed in a giant flesh-eating bat...could it be more than a myth? And can Richard capture it on camera?
Man V Monster: Man-Eating Dragon
Dragons may be a thing of fantasy, but with savage attacks on livestock and children, the people of Indonesia's remotest corners are convinced they are being preyed upon by a giant, flesh-hungry reptile. On a mission to uncover this prowling monster, Richard island hops in search of the clues to expose the man-eating lizard.
Monday 27 May 2013 at 5:00PM - Nat Geo Wild
Monday 3 June 2013 at 5:00PM - Nat Geo Wild
Saturday 8 June 2013 at 10:00PM - Nat Geo Wild