Wolves, tigers, lions and leopards have fearsome reputationsbut in reality they seldom attack people. Scottish filmmaker Gordon Buchanan explores the deadly exceptions to this rule, looking at why some predators suddenly develop a taste for human prey.
Episodes include Tiger at Large, Killer Leopards, Wolf Hunt, and Lion Attack.
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