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Casey Anderson is a wildlife expert and has been in the business for decades now. His mission is to find the beasts that roam the remote corners of the world, relying on his many years of knowledge to accomplish this. Anderson joins forces with local trackers to investigate the existence of the elusive creatures he seeks. He leaves no stone unturned and collects clues along his journey until he finds the right pattern to bring him face-to-face with the animals.

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aired 116 days ago
When national parks report man-eating tigers attacking local villagers, Casey Anderson heads to Nepal to lead a search for rogue cats; traveling by elephant, raft and on foot, Casey moves into the killing zone to track the man-killers.
aired 515 days ago
Casey Anderson heads to the backwoods of Texas and Louisiana to hunt for a gigantic wild hog.
aired 515 days ago
Casey Anderson travels to Bolivia to investigate sightings of a giant mammal that resembles the long-extinct ground sloth; locals may have much to fear if the mega sloth has escaped extinction and emerged from the Amazon basin.
aired 515 days ago
Casey Anderson heads to Mozambique to track down a rogue elephant that's been terrorizing villagers; he meets with an elephant behavior expert to determine what's behind the animal's rage and uncovers a vital clue to identifying the aggressive bull.
aired 515 days ago
Spurred by reports of a massive snake attacking people in Colombia's Amazon basin region, Casey Anderson travels to Bogota to begin an investigation; he discovers a possible link between a prehistoric megasnake and the present-day anaconda.

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