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Zeb Hogan, host of Monster Fish, holds an electric eel found in the Amazon River. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan, host of "Monster Fish," holds an electric eel found in the Amazon River. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Another view of the Amazon electric eel. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Another view of the Amazon electric eel. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
The Frankenfish, commonly known as the striped snakehead, is one of the most widely cultured food fish in Southeast Asia, especially in Thailand. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
The Frankenfish, commonly known as the striped snakehead, is one of the most widely cultured food fish in Southeast Asia, especially in Thailand. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan shows off a monster fish. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan shows off a monster fish. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
In episode 6, Zeb Hogan explores the monster fish of Europe. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
In episode 6, Zeb Hogan explores the monster fish of Europe. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
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Zeb Hogan holds a river shark. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan holds a river shark. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
A smaller catch while hunting for the illusive river wolf. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
A smaller catch while hunting for the illusive river wolf. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan with a 2-foot-long tiger catfish caught while traveling down the Essequibo River in Guyana in search of wolf fish. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan with a 2-foot-long tiger catfish caught while traveling down the Essequibo River in Guyana in search of wolf fish. (Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan catches a Vampire Fish also known as Payara. Their fangs can grow up to 6 inches long.(Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
Zeb Hogan catches a Vampire Fish also known as Payara. Their fangs can grow up to 6 inches long.(Courtesy National Geographic Networks)
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