BITTEN by a VAMPIRE FISH!

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In this episode of Breaking Trail, get ready for Part Two of our Sea Lamprey adventure! This time, Coyote is getting bitten by some vampire fish – AKA, Sea Lamprey! Watch as Mario places the Sea Lamprey on Coyote’s body to see if they will bite! Get ready to see the strong suction power of the Sea Lamprey!

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The Brave Wilderness hosts and crew are professionally trained but receive assistance from animal experts and safety personnel in potentially life-threatening situations. Permissions were obtained by the crew to film in all locations associated with this series. No animals were injured, killed, or removed from their natural habitat in the filming of this program and instances where animals are brought to the scene are clearly acknowledged in the video. Professional advice always be sought before entering any dangerous environment, or before encountering any species of animal. Every precaution is taken to handle animals with care and in the least stressful way possible; expert opinions are often solicited when handling animals that may potentially inflict harm to any cast and crew.

Original Author: Produced by Brave Wilderness and published on 28/11/2020 Source