Snakes, Secrets of Nature’s Deadliest Creatures

Country, year: South Korea, 2014
Genre: Documentary, Science - Knowledge
Director: Yeon-Kyu LEE
Time: 1 x 50'
Format: FULL HD
For centuries, snakes have evolved as sinister animals in the human psyche. However, in this show, snakes demonstrate their ingenious adaptation to life on earth. Among animal species, only snakes have the ability to survive on land, sea and even fly in the air. The show begins with scenes of garter snakes, numbering in the hundreds and thousands, breeding after having awoken from their winter hibernation in Canada. The life cycles of Korean ratsnakes and vipers are shown as well. And the secret on how flying snakes can fly are shown by tracking and studying the paradise flying snake and ornate flying snake that live in jungles around Asia. Not only do the documentary crews capture the flight of flying snake species but they also bring vivid scenes of flying frogs and flying lizards in mid-flight. For the first time in the world, viewers can see how the tentacled snake hunts fish in slow-motion by utilizing high-speed cameras. This program will shatter many common beliefs that humans hold about snakes. Snakes