Discovery defends ‘Eaten Alive’

12.08.14 2 years ago

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Discovery defends “Eaten Alive”
Discovery Channel responded to the disappointment over last night”s special with a statement that read: “Ultimately, after the snake constricted Paul for over an hour and went for his head, the experiment had to be called when it became clear that Paul would be very seriously injured if he continued on. The safety of Paul, as well as the anaconda, was always our number one priority.” PLUS: That was a “bait-and-switch baloney sandwich.”

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