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Animal Planet’s ‘Infested!’ TV Series Seeks Infestation Horror Stories

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The show’s producers would like to hear from anyone whose life has been seriously affected by an infestation.

| February 15, 2011

“Infested!” is a television series for Animal Planet that tells the real life horror stories of ordinary people plagued by extraordinary infestations. From snakes and spiders to roaches, rats and raccoons, the series features all manner of creatures and critters in astonishing stories of infestation. 

The show’s producers would like to hear from anyone whose life has been seriously affected by an infestation.

Email: kelly.nobay@darlowsmithson.com
Tel: +44 207 482 7027  

For further information on the series and to watch clips from the first series of Infested!, visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv/infested/
 

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