Dominic Monaghan embarks on an exhilarating journey to remote corners of the globe in search of bizarre and dangerous animals. Along the way he'll meet eccentric locals, participate in rare traditions and talk to animal experts.
Dominic Monaghan is in Sri Lanka pursuing the dangerous Indian cobra. On his journey he visits a tea plantation, tries the challenging and uncomfortable task of stilt fishing and climbs the ancient ...
As Dominic Monaghan searches for the most famous and feared lemur of Madagascar, he crosses a harrowing stone forest called the Big Tsingy, runs into the smallest and largest chameleons on earth and ...
An exhilarating travel-adventure series that follows actor and wildlife enthusiast, Dominic Monaghan, as he explores the remote corners of the globe in search of some the most badass animals in the world. In each episode of the eight part series, Dominic takes the viewer along on an intimate journey as he backpacks through the rainforests of Ecuador, the caves of Venezuela, the arid deserts of Namibia and many more exotic locales - to get up close and personal with some of the most dangerous and elusive creatures known to man. Along the way, he'll encounter vibrant locals, quirky experts and a host of creatures that inhabit the strange and wonderfully wild places on our planet.Written by
I saw Dominic on Jimmy Kimmel and am SO happy to see this series being produced/distributed. We as the inhabitants of this small rock need to remember that the non-humans are not only important but CRITICAL to the future of this planet. Next time you see a spider inside your home, take a glass, trap it and slide a card or sheet of stiff paper under the spider and glass and turn upside-down. Take the critter outside and let it go. It's not going to hurt you. It's FAR more frightened of you than you of it. All creatures need to be respected. Even the "poisonous" one.
We are all tenants of the blue marble. Live....and let live.
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