Synopsis by Gayla Mills
The world's most dangerous reptiles can be seen in harrowing true-life encounters with humans. From Colombia to Indonesia to Thailand, these creatures are able to kill within minutes. The 300-pound Komodo dragon of Indonesia, with crushing jaws and razor-sharp claws, emerges from the forest to silently prowl while the village children play nearby. Though a young mother in Thailand is threatened by a nest of cobras hidden among sacks of rice, the culture still values snakes as protectors of grain. Viewers also see people using reptiles as weapons, as a Colombian Indian harvests poison from a frog to make deadly hunting darts. Chilling scenes of snake bites and attacks will thrill older kids, but children under ten may be frightened by the realistic footage.
dragon, frog, poison, reptiles, snake