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Expedition Mungo

Expedition Mungo is American Adventure TV series. It first aired on May 28, 2017, on Animal Planet. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.0 *.


How Many Seasons Expedition Mungo Has: 1 (6 episodes)

Season 2

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Season 1

Season premieres on May 28, 2017

Animal Planet, 6 episodes

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Expedition Mungo is on Animal Planet (United States) Sundays at 10 pm

Last episode:

S1E6 (Deadly Dragon of Borneo) - Air Date: Jul 02, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Paul Mungo on his exciting new Discovery show: Expedition Mungo - BT TV - via Tv

"To be honest I was quite nervous about telling him about the show at first, I didn’t want him to think I was after his job or that I don’t want to do camera work anymore but he’s been hugely supportive and it’s come up trumps!”

How to Watch Expedition Mungo Online without Cable - Streaming Observer News - via Streamingobserver

The Expedition Mungo channel, Animal Planet, is a cable channel. However, you don’t need to miss the Expedition Mungo air time, Sundays at 10 p.m. ET, starting May 28, because you can watch Expedition Mungo online without cable! Keep reading and we’ll share all our streaming tips to ensure that you can stream Expedition Mungo episodes online!

India's Monkey Man of New Delhi monster investigated on Expedition Mungo - Monsters and - per Monstersandcritics

Descriptions of the Monkey Man creature varied, with some saying it was about 4ft tall with metal claws, thick black hair, eyes that glowed red and, bizarrely, was wearing a metal helmet and had three buttons on its chest.

Expedition Mungo searches Amazon for Yacumama serpent so big locals try to dynamite it! - Monsters and - according to Monstersandcritics

This sort of creation mythology involving a large creature is quite common in cultures across the globe, with the Cherokee Indians having a story about a house-sized leach that performs a similar role.


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