Some parts of East Africa have been plagued by repeated outbreaks of man-eating-and the filmmaker Gordon Buchanan wants to know why... He travels to Tanzania, where man-eating lions have attacked over 1000 people in the past twenty years.
Leopards are renowned as one of the world's most elusive and resourceful predators, and in Mumbai they are hunting people. Gordon Buchanan travels to India to find out why.
Tiger at Large+
The tiger: rare, elusive, and beautiful, but sometimes deadly. As their habitat shrinks and their wild prey declines, the tigers of Chitwan National Park in Nepal are increasingly hunting humans for meat.
Wolf attacks on people are extremely rare; in the entire recorded history of North America there have been only two incidents where autopsy has confirmed wolf attacks as the cause of death. For Gordon Buchanan, with years of experience encountering large predators in the wild, wolves have never been a cause for concern. However as he journeys to the remote and isolated community of Chignik, Alaska, where the second of these fatal encounters occurred, he wonders has he been naïve.