Nat Geo Wild to air “Florida Untamed” special

The U.S. cable network will air the 2C Media-produced wildlife special Florida Untamed (pictured) in two parts on April 27.
April 22, 2014

U.S. cable network Nat Geo Wild is to air the two-part special Florida Untamed (pictured) this Sunday (April 27).

Produced by 2C Media, the program examines the creatures living in the Sunshine State, including American crocodiles, alligators, Burmese pythons, sea turtles and rattlesnakes, and the threats they face.

The back-to-back, hour-long episodes will begin airing at 8 p.m. EST/PST as part of the network’s ‘Destination Wild’ strand.

In the first episode, Florida Untamed: Gator Country, cameras follow three juvenile gators as they attempt to overcome predators and grow into adulthood. Florida Untamed: Croc Coast focuses on crocodiles threatened by coastal development, as well as other reptiles living in the world’s third-largest living coral reef.

Florida Untamed is exec produced by 2C Media’s Carla Kaufman-Sloan, Chris Sloan, Jeff Morales and Calvin Simmons, and Nat Geo Wild’s Jenny Apostol.

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