Animal Planet kicks off 'World’s Deadliest Towns' on 23 August

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7 Apr 2011
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Zoologist and large predator expert Dave Salmoni isn't a stranger to danger, but this is his first time when he is on the front line of a war between humans and animals. In Animal Planet's new series 'World's Deadliest Towns', Salmoni takes viewers to some of the most hostile places in the world where animals and people are locked in extreme mortal combat.
Kicking off on 23 August every Tuesday at 9 pm on Animal Planet, the three part mini-series shares intense, real-life scenarios where people are in perpetual fear for their lives. Led by Salmoni, the show transports viewers to remote Indian and African villages, where rogue elephants, killer hippos and man-eating tigers have waged full-on wars – pillaging people's land, eating their food and, in some cases, putting man on the menu.

Salmoni is on a mission to find out why fatal attacks are on the rise. Travelling to three transitional danger zones, Salmoni risks his own life to understand what has pushed wild creatures and humans into deadly conflict. Whether its man-eating tigers in India, homicidal elephants in Sundarbans or hippos in Africa, Salmoni uncovers cases that reveal shocking developments in the animals’ deadly strategies, helping explain why the crisis is worsening and what might be done to solve it.​

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