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Welcome back National Geographic has done it again with the new mini series untamed America people will be able to see never before seen footage of crazy creatures like this we'll take a look.
An irresistible smile for one creature that can tell -- No one knew existed.
It's TV debut.
-- -- -- -- -- -- That's exactly my guess was gonna be -- to -- connector bad joining us now is the untamed America's producer Karen bass.
And that Casey Anderson is also here case next to see you again Carol welcome the show thank you so oh we get some the cleanup on -- four have -- We got some crazy animals like that that we get to see incredible slow motion photography and we're now getting to see animals in there in -- have a talent we've never.
Before seem right.
Correct that particular that was and he discovered in 2005.
I'm what's incredible about it is that it's got the longest tongue of any mammal -- -- -- and which means if you -- a time like that it would be nine foot long wow.
It sounds like.
Gene Simmons and.
Casey gets -- not what what are we looking at here these -- is there -- -- -- is actually a blue and gold McConnell and I -- like.
Raspberry and blueberry.
-- is actually fifty years old.
Fifty years old that -- -- -- and you'll actually see in the mountain episode abound in America one of their cousins apparently living in a very very.
And usual place in -- -- -- a bit more about that it's an act Stifel kind of in the middle of Nicaragua.
And we got the sequence at these little parakeets and I've got to make that that maiden flight.
I need you look down and you think oh my goodness if that doesn't make hit the guy right down into the front of the couple kinda while.
So yes pretty -- you've got to -- got an incredible -- here in Tulsa bestowed on curious lot more largely about the show itself what was the thought process behind doing a show like this where we get to see animals that we've never seen before.
What is the first series that I know of that's ever come from South America North America Central America and other woods from Alaska to -- to -- So it's an incredible stage.
You know lots of extremist habitats in environments.
And we want to have intimate dramas playing out so you see how these animals actually says five -- incredible extremes so this is an extreme when your talks -- studio.
That many people haven't survived in the studio this frog is in here so this is an extreme habitat what is this.
It's a -- of which -- it's it's.
-- -- time -- And decent -- 62 Costa Rica.
So they live in the in the jungles of Costa Rica but a lot of people have happened that released into a strike -- -- must think very -- in Florida now.
So but he's pretty impressive his -- -- mean yeah.
Those are the types of fraud dealer told he would see like in -- Disney -- -- -- largely about that we've ever seen and you're gonna see this many more animals on the incredible show.
Until there which debuts -- tomorrow night.
On the National Geographic channel Sunday night.
At 10 PM thanks so much sketch for joining us we appreciate -- and.
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