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Florida Untamed

Florida Untamed

Photo Credit:  Christina Mendenhall / Nat Geo Channels
  • Premiered: 
    April 27, 2014
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  • Network: Nat Geo Wild
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Animal
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Plot Synopsis

FLORIDA UNTAMED is a two-part, two-hour documentary that reveals how terrifying predators, perilous invaders and sly survivors struggle to live and thrive in Florida's ancient cypress swamps and crowded shores. No matter how big or small, all creatures here share one common goal: survival. There's no shortage of animals on the hunt in Florida, from vulnerable crayfish to sneaky bullfrogs, poisonous pit vipers and camouflaged crocodiles. It's a merciless fight to survive. The first episode, "Gator Country," journeys into Florida's secret wetlands, following three juvenile gators on a fight for survival as they work to outmaneuver their abundant foes in a distressing game of life or death. Before they regain the waters, alligator hatchlings face harsh odds. Only one in 10 will survive, as venomous snakes, cannibal alligators and rotund bullfrogs lurk at every turn in the hopes of gobbling up a baby alligator. The second episode, "Croc Coast," chronicles an eastern diamondback rattlesnake on its hunt to kill, loggerhead turtle hatchlings beginning their frightening journey to the sea and the deadly monsters of the world's third-largest living coral reef. Plus, crocs face pressure from coastal development, human encroachment and a host of natural predators.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by 2CMedia


  • - Florida USA