Nature. Spiders & snakes
The first program follows arachnologist Martin Nicholas to southern Mexico, Arizona, and French Guiana in search of rare and exotic spiders. The second program investigates the healing properties found in the venom of snakes and other creatures.
Subjects:Arachnologists -- Great Britain.
Poisonous snakes -- Venom.
Venom -- Physiological effect.
Venom -- Therapeutic use.
Genre:Animal -- Television series.
Educational -- Television series.
Educational television programs -- United States.
Nature -- Television series.
Nature television programs -- United States.
Other Authors:Barrington, Rupert. (Naturalist)
Granada Wild (Firm)
Harvey, Rob, 1964-
Image Impact (Firm)
Sanders, Jay O., 1953-
Van Horn, George.
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
Chicago : Questar, c2006.
1 videodisc (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Spiders & snakes
Spiders and snakes
Nature (Television program)
Two documentary programs.
Title from menu screen.
Narrators, Harry Pritchett, Jay O. Sanders ; featured experts Martin Nicholas, Stan Lee, George Van Horn, Frank Markland, Tania Carter.
Photographers, Paul Zenk, Malcolm Ludgate, Rod Clarke ; editor, Rob Davies ; script editor, Sophie Cooper ; composer, Will Slater.
Originally produced as two episodes of the television series: Nature. c2005-c2006.
DVD; NTSC, Region 0.
True adventures of the ultimate spider hunter / a production of Granada Wild and Thirteen/WNET ; executive producer, Brian Leith ; producer/director, Rupert Barrington
The venom cure / produced by Nigel Marven, Rob Harvey.
Publisher or Distributor Number:
QD3619Link to PAC