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Monsterquest: Gigantic Killer Fish DVD

Monsterquest: Gigantic Killer Fish DVD

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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 50 Minutes
  • Region: Region 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Language: English
  • Studio: History Channel
  • DVD Release Date: December 19, 2007

You'll think twice about dipping your toes in a freshwater lake or stream after following the MonsterQuest team on this latest expedition!

  • You won't believe the size and Just below the surface of our most placid waters lie real and deadly monster fish!
  • Skeptics and believers get equal time to make their case.
  • Monsters lurk among us... or do they? Get closer to the truth than ever before!

From the lochs of Scotland to the forests of America's Northwest, MONSTERQUEST sets out to get to the bottom, once and for all, of our most persistent and compelling creature stories. All we know of so many monsters are campfire stories, blurry films and grainy photographs, so this fascinating new series takes a fresh look at the legends and seeks new, reliable evidence. Open-eyed historical research and real scientific analysis set the stage for groundbreaking field work: high-tech expeditions to the home turf of legendary monsters. If MONSTERQUEST can't find them, nobody can!

This could be just another day at your local fishing hole. Hook, line, sinker... underwater cameras and hi-tech lures. Join the MonsterQuest squad on a far-flung fishing expedition to track, record and possibly catch terrifyingly large and aggressive freshwater fish. Our intrepid anglers journey from the Arctic to the Amazon in pursuit of phenomenal creatures, from catfish large enough to swallow children whole to trout as large as a boat.

This is no fish tale, and in the end you may wish these GIGANTIC KILLER FISH were the "ones that got away!"

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