Hunter Hunted for Ten

TEN will screen the nature series Hunter Hunted, a CSI-style nature series that investigates the death of hunters from wild animals.

The National Geographic series currently screens on subscription TV.

The series promises to show “how people have often met violent ends at the fangs and claws of snakes, bears, alligators, sharks and tigers.”

It is likely to screen in a Friday 9:30pm timeslot (to be confirmed)

From National Geographic:

Something is happening on the edges of civilisation – people are mysteriously disappearing, their bodies discovered with terrible injuries.

With increased frequency, bizarre accounts of wild creatures attacking humans are making the headlines. Some cases can be easily explained, yet others remain a mystery, even to the experts. Is there a dangerous trend emerging with the tables turning and the hunters becoming the hunted?

Reopening six unsolved cases, this gripping new CSI-style series uses forensic, behavioural and biological analysis to examine vicious attacks on humans by wild creatures.

Examining six particularly tragic attacks, we learn how people have often met violent ends at the fangs and claws of snakes, bears, alligators, sharks and tigers.

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