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Zoologist and animal trainer Dave Salmoni has traveled around the world to study animals and their ecosystems, often exploring the delicate balance between wildlife and civilization. In this series, Salmoni is put to the ultimate test as he lives beside some of the world's fiercest creatures, visiting remote islands to investigate how beastly inhabitants survive in harsh conditions. For answers, Salmoni must get closer to the animals than most people would be willing to. Among his journeys are treks to a South Pacific island that is home to a large concentration of sharks, and an island off the coast of Panama that has a dark secret.

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Predator expert Dave Salmoni travels to a remote speck of land in the wild and stormy South Atlantic, which is visited by a huge number of hunting killer whales.
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Biologist and predator specialist Dave Salmoni journeys to an island in the South Pacific, which is home to a large concentration of sharks.
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