If you haven’t heard of the new series Swamp People on the History Channel then you truly are missing out on an a great reality show. This show will really draw you in, typically out of your own curiosity. A note of warning for those who are fans of PETA or despises anyone who hunts and kills for a living, this show is certainly not for you. Some people out there believe that every animal in the world be left alone, but keep in mind that, alligator hunting is a necessity in the swamps to keep the populations of the alligators down, failure to do so can result in a population explosion of these creatures . In addition, human life has more value than an alligator’s life, if someone who thinks that this is not the case, well, they have seriously lost it. A good example of why it’s a necessity to kill alligators: popular swimming areas enjoyed by kids during the summer that have these areas become alligator infested and unsafe. Plus, every year there are incidents of alligator attacks. That is why it has become necessary to have alligator hunters.
This reality show Swamp people has become an instant hit with viewers across America. Folks love to watch how people in the swampy territories of Louisiana survive, and how they go about their daily day-to-day tasks. With the huge success of season 1 and season 2, viewers are eager for Swamp People Season 3 to come out, and the anticipation is building up. For those who expect to hear more about what will happen Swamp People Season 3 in I am not going to kill the suspense of season 3 by writing details on Swamp People Season 3. You’ll just have to watch season 3, so that you can fully enjoy it, by actually watching it. However, for those who have no clue as to what this show is about. Here are a few more details.
Mostly it is hot in the swamp lands, and when it comes to surviving in the swamps, there are no supermarkets where you can simply drive to, and pick some meat off the shelves. Thus the swamp people have hunt alligator in order to survive. Many swamp natives in this reality show make their livings off the swamp and the rich and abundant wildlife in the surrounding area. Alligator and turtle hunting are fundamental to the local economy. One of more interesting characters in this reality show is Bruce, who describes life in the swamp as his “little piece of heaven”. Bruce raises turtles and alligators, and also hunts for them in the swamp. In addition, he owns a small company, where he takes tourists out on boats to see wild alligators in the Louisiana bayou. Bruce is quite the character, which has captured the audience’s attention, in his overalls without a shirt, and an American flag bandanna keeping his long curly hair under control, Bruce entertains tourists and TV watchers alike.
With the unanticipated hit of this show on the history channel, more and more viewers are tuning it to watch it.