Animal Planet will be airing a two-hour special programme
titled 'Mermaids: The Body Found' on 22 September.
The Body Found' is a science fiction based on some real events
and scientific theory and will air at 8 pm. It will repeat
telecast on 23 September at 9 pm.
the show, Animal Planet details the first-hand accounts of
a team of government scientists who testify to have found
the remains of a never-before-identified sea creature with
ties to human origins. In a story about evolutionary possibility
grounded in scientific theory, experts reveal the natural
history of mermaids and how they may look like and why they've
With compiled amateur footage, including photos and video
shot by deep-sea fishermen that never have been shown in the
US, as well as cinema-quality CGI, 'Mermaids: The Body Found'
argues how a mythical creature - one of humankind's most enduring
legends - may be real. It depicts how mermaids may have evolved
from the early human family tree and persisted into the present
show also raises questions about whether the government is
involved in a massive cover-up, hiding information about the
possible survival of these creatures and if they exist today.