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Making a job site as safe as possible is the work of Cory Valdes, Jason Lesmeister, Rob Hardy and Puma Ghostwalker. Under normal circumstances the profession poses inherent risks, but the conditions these guys encounter are anything but normal. Valdes, Lesmeister, Hardy and Ghostwalker are experienced outdoorsmen and trackers who traverse the world's most remote places to protect the lives of wildlife photographers, fishermen, loggers, farmers and others working in the backyards of nature's fiercest predators. Keeping the peace between man and wolves, black bears, alligators and wild boars represents just another day at the office on "The Savage Line."

Latest episodes

aired 1,022 days ago
Outdoorsmen protect workers on the edges of society.
aired 1,022 days ago
Cory has traveled more than 300 miles where workers fear a nearby jaguar. Jason is near Alaska to protect a remote mining camp from bears.
aired 1,022 days ago
One man's trash is another bear's treasure. Rob and Puma rush to help out a business owner who has spotted several black bears by the nearby dumpster.
aired 1,030 days ago
Cory is called to a fish hatchery in Costa Rica where the workers are dealing with crocodiles in the ponds.
aired 1,046 days ago
Rob and Puma volunteer to help the New Mexico Game and Fish Department track a mountain lion.
aired 1,145 days ago
Rob and Puma are hired to stop an infestation of black bears at a resort. The owners fear that an increase in bear activity could lead to an encounter with a guest or employee.

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