To celebrate Children's Day, National Geographic Channel will telecast a three-hour special programme, 'Gerry Martin Children's Day Special' today. 'Gerry Martin Children's Day Special' will also feature various programmes such as National Geographic Explorer, Super Croc, Extreme Science: Snakes and Croc Chronicles.
Gerry Martin, NGC's first adventurer in India, will come face to face with a group kids in India who want to know more about reptiles. Gerry, in the programme, will break a few myths and a few misunderstandings about reptiles, especially snakes. The programme will show Gerry in his quest for venomous prey as in Extreme Science: Snakes he ventures into the Western Ghats Mountains and travel through South India, where he battles the elements and the threat of a poisonous attack in his quest to study these poisonous creatures.
Gerry Martin is National Geographic Channel's first adventurer in India. He is a herpetologist by profession but his instinct for continuous enquiry and daredevilry has made him into more of an adventurer, someone who seeks to uncover unknown depths in the world of reptiles. The programme will be aired between 7 PM to 11PM.
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