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River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade, who travels around the globe in search of the most fearsome freshwater and saltwater killers, looking for clues, eyewitnesses, and stories about people who were dragged underwater by these vicious predators. He tries to catch the biggest specimens and then release them back into the wild. His aim is to help people understand the truth behind the animals' attacks on humans to save these rare creatures from extinction.
The second season of River Monsters began airing on 24 April 2010, although the first episode, titled "Demon Fish" first appeared on Discovery Channel on 28 March 2010. This season consisted of 7 episodes and took viewers to the River Congo and other distant locations. In the episode, "Death Ray", Wade caught a pregnant giant freshwater stingray, the largest fish he ever landed. She later gave birth to two pups while being examined by Wade and a team of biologists. This season featured the white sturgeon, Wade's second largest catch.
In Argentina's part of the Paraná River, a young girl was killed by a river stingray. Venturing to a country he's never been to before, to face a fish he's never heard of before, Jeremy travels to this river to find the killer: the shorttail river stingray, which grows to 6 feet across. Unlike Thailand's giant freshwater stingray, this fish isn't long or wide. Instead it is thick and heavy, with a short, clublike tail with which it delivers its venomous sting. After hearing many more reports of attacks, Jeremy becomes determined to face this beast, which can glue itself to the river bottom like a suction cup. Its strength is then proven as Wade hooks into this tank-like fish in what is his longest battle to date.
Jeremy Wade's journey into extreme fishing started in India, where he caught large mahseer, and where he later caught a massive goonch that had been killing bathers. Now, he returns following reports of a new predator, capable of taking pets and small children. Looking around, he uncovers its identity: the sareng catfish, a streamlined predator with long jaws and sharp teeth. He also finds a problem: the sareng is sacred in India's Hindu religion and harming it is believed to curse you with bad luck. Almost immediately he encounters problems when the lake where he is fishing is closed and tries his luck in the wilderness of Corbett National Park, sharing the territory with man-eating tigers and wild elephants. The monsoon comes early and the fish are not biting, forcing him to leave the river. To escape what appears to be the wrath of the gods, he travels to Thailand to a lake inhabited by sareng, as well as countless other introduced river monsters. Despite not being a Hindu country, Thailand offers no protection from the gods as Jeremy seemingly catches every fish, especially red-tailed catfish, in the lake but the sareng. Deciding to face his demons instead of running from them, he returns to India to take part in a Hindu blessing, to appease the gods and convince them he means the fish no harm. Returning to the river, Jeremy finds he might have finally met his match.
In Japan, these sea monsters were pure nightmare fuel for sailors who believed in the myths surrounding this creature. Umibōzu is a giant, shadowy, humanoid-like monster who terrorizes sailors who are unlucky enough to cross paths with it during a voyage. Upon encountering the creature, what was once a beautiful day with calm waters immediately turns into thunderous chaos with harsh waves and never-ending rain.
The Amazon Rainforest is truly an incredible destination, and it should definitely be one for your bucket-list. It's a peaceful place that offers some of the most incredible views in the world, but it can also be dangerous. Before you plan your trip, you should take precaution and make sure to educate yourself on the wildlife lurking in the rainforest.
Bull sharks are common in both salt water and fresh water, and they may just be the most dangerous of the entire species. They are the most frequent species to attack humans, and they like to live in populated areas. But other than humans, bull sharks feed on other sharks and bony fish.
These frogs wear some of the most beautiful colors, but don't let that fool you! They are one of the most dangerous predators in the world. They release toxins from their skin that are lethal to their predators. According to National Geographic, the golden poison dart frog contains enough venom to kill 10 grown men.
The Amazon is home to a variety of snake species, but one of the most dangerous is the South American Rattlesnake. They live in the savannah regions of the Amazon. If provoked, these snakes will attack. Their bite has been said to cause impaired vision, paralysis of peripheral muscles, and tenderness throughout the body.
While the crocodile is only of the central monsters in Rampage, it's one of the few truly giant crocodiles to be featured in a movie. Led by the always charismatic Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, this film is based on the classic video game franchise of the same name. It plays out a lot like the original game did, with giant monsters destroying cities (you might even say rampaging through them). The crocodile is the star of the show here, and the film's impressive CGI makes him a sight to behold.
The aquatic region of India is home to some of the biggest and giant aquatic creatures and the mighty rivers of India are also a good habitat for river monsters. Giant aquatic creatures and river monsters of India includes Indian mottled eel,Indian mahseer, Freshwater crocodile,Dwarf snakeheads,Wallago attu,Flathead catfish,large water snake,Dugongs and saltwater crocodile.
The Ganges stingray or Gangetic stingray is a species of stingray in the freshwater rivers of India and one of the largest species of stingray found in India. This giant stingray is a little-known species of stingray family, endemic to the Indian river system found on sandy bottoms in coastal waters.
Humpback Mahseer is one of the highly esteemed food fish and one of the largest fresh water river fish in India. Indian humpback Mahseer is most iconic fresh-water fish found only in the Cauvery Basin of Indian river system and is on the brink of extinction.
While each Monster has unique attacks and patterns, they all share one thing; You can learn them. almost every Monster, even up to the Dread Serpent, can be beaten as a fresh spawn with enough memorization and technique, however, do note that some monsters (e.g Mobs in the depths (Scyphozia, EternalGale), Primadon) have strict time limits, and as such, will require leveling in order to beat.
I think it is a good list as it stands. I would have expected Meg at #1, but I did not realize most of these beasts existed until today. And giant stingrays? Yeah, never getting near a body of water larger than my bathtub ever again.
Yes. There are a variety of dangerous fish that live in the Great Lakes. None of them are native to the lakes but have been introduced either accidentally or on purpose. People who have aquariums with exotic fish will sometimes release their fish if the fish get too big or the owners can no longer can care for them. This is a huge mistake and takes a toll on the natural ecosystem. Invasive fish can kill and eat all kinds of other species and vegetation, wreaking havoc on the balance of the lakes habitat. Three of the most dangerous fish in the Great Lakes are the pacu, snakehead and sea lamprey. Wait until you see photos of these fish!
Although they only have a challenge rating of one, if your players fail to resist their luring song, an encounter with harpies can become extremely dangerous. Harpies are great monsters for low to mid-level parties, but with some adjustments, they can even be used against higher-level characters. For an even more aquatic flair, try homebrewing sirens from the harpy stat block; just replace their flying speed for swimming speed.
Even though they are mostly an enemy for the early game, they can still be used very effectively in high levels as minions for stronger monsters. They can separate weaker party members with their harpoon attacks, and make them more vulnerable to more dangerous enemies in combat.
Some monsters are so powerful, that even their minions can be a challenge for most players. We will talk about the intimidating aboleth later, but their minions, skums, can be a challenging and terrifying encounter before your party has to come face to face with their master.
Storm giants are the strongest giants in DnD. When it comes to the sea, they are one of the toughest creatures your party might come upon in their aquatic travels. Storm giants are also featured in one of the most popular DnD modules, Storm King's Thunder.
Fighting a dragon in its lair is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have when playing DnD. But there's something that can be even more terrifying than a giant dragon in its home: a dragon turtle that can snap your ship in two within seconds.
Starting out very small in 20 Million Miles to Earth, this alien/reptilian Harryhausen creation gradually grows to mammoth proportions, threatening the Eternal City of Rome in the process. Proving to be the most cultured of movie monsters, he chooses the Collosseum as his target.
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