Synopsis by C. Dwayne Smith
The first amphibian crawled out of the primordial ooze some 350 million years ago. Today they exist on every continent and in every sea. With its trademark legacy of unearthing the wild and the bizarre, National Geographic takes the viewer into the exotic world of reptiles and amphibians, giving viewers a glimpse into the good, the bad, and the downright ugly. Highlights include such creatures as the mystical Komodo dragon and the evolutionary link between the dinosaur and its modern-day equivalents, the alligator and crocodile.