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  • PREDATOR CSI

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Wild! launches another series of extraordinary investigations into some of the natural world’s most intriguing mysteries, proving yet again that reality is often stranger than fict...

When a 50-tonne whale died off the coast of Taiwan, nobody could have predicted it would lead to a remarkable disaster on the streets of the city. But early one morning, local residents got a rude awakening as respected whale expert Professor Wang accompanied the animal's carcass through the area on a flatbed truck. Exploding with the force of a bomb, the decomposing creature splattered the surrounding area with intestines, blubber and blood. Four years later a team of specialists investigate the mystery of the exploding whale.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Predator CSI: Killer Fog
    1,700 people are killed, and the entire wilderness around them is left lifeless…
  • Predator CSI: The Tragedy Of The Kruger Crocodiles
    The crocodile has existed for 200 million years, surviving the extinction of the dinosaurs. What is decimating one of Africa's toughest animals?
  • Predator CSI: Corkscrew Killer
    A horrific series of mutilated seal corpses are washed up on a remote Atlantic island. The Greenland shark is the cause.
  • Predator CSI: Zombie Sealions
    What could possibly link the dead sealions, pelicans falling from the sky and Alfred Hitchcock? And what are the consequences?
  • Predator CSI: Slumdog Leopards
    The war between leopards and the people of Mumbai has been escalating for a decade.
  • Predator CSI: X-Bear
    An American shoots what he believes is a polar bear. Scientists discover that the corpse is that of an animal they have never seen before.
  • Predator CSI: Mutant Devils
    Thousands of Tasmanian Devils have the same cancer at the same time! The devil campaign investigates its cause and prevention.
  • Predator CSI: Whale That Blew Up
    Join us as we investigate why the whale exploded throughout its delivery process and the mystery behind it.
  • Predator CSI: Man-Eating Lions
    This episode explores how and why lion behavior is changing to targeting human as a prey source. Join a lion hunting team to capture a man-eater.
  • Predator CSI: Killer Whale Attack
    Whale Attack recounts the assault between the Huge Gray and Killer Whale that changes our understanding of the secrets beneath the waves.
  • Predator CSI: Revenge Of The Elephants?
    What provokes Africa’s gentle elephants to become violent? Has 30 years of conservation management resulted in this type of behaviour?
  • Predator CSI: Bodiless Bear
    The mutilated bodies of four Black Bears are found at the heart of the American West. Investigation changes the way these bears are viewed.
  • Predator CSI: Zombie Alligators
    What could possibly link ChiPhy, Pelicans falling from the sky, and Alfred Hitchcock? And what consequences does that have for us?
  • Predator CSI: Cannibal Hippos
    300 hippos are found dead in a Ugandan wildlife park. What causes this dreadful decimation of the hippo population?
  • Predator CSI: Elephant Graveyard
    Humans and elephants are at war over the limited resources. Suspicion is that animals have been killed on purpose.
  • Predator CSI: Jaws Slayer
    Take a look at the new perspective on the relationship between the ocean's top two predators — the great white shark and the killer whale.
  • Predator CSI: Zombie Sealions
    What could possibly link the dead sealions, pelicans falling from the sky and Alfred Hitchcock? And what are the consequences?
  • Predator CSI: The Tragedy of The Kruger Crocodiles
    The crocodile has existed for 200 million years, surviving the extinction of the dinosaurs. What is decimating one of Africa's toughest animals?
  • Predator CSI: Slumdog Leopards
    The war between leopards and the people of Mumbai has been escalating for a decade.
  • Predator CSI: Corkscrew Killer
    A horrific series of mutilated seal corpses are washed up on a remote Atlantic island. The Greenland shark is the cause.
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