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"Killer Islands" on Animal Planet is a landmark production from the producers of "North America." Taking a unique approach that blends all the splendor of a natural history documentary series with an incredible investigative twist, this six-part series sees world-renowned wildlife expert Dave Salmoni turn predator-detective as he sets out to solve some of the last big mysteries surrounding the world's most successful natural-born killers.

Dave treks to some of the most dangerous islands on the

planet to investigate how and why their native inhabitants have been so spectacularly successful at surviving — despite the harshest of conditions. Getting dangerously close to the world's wildest creatures — from the vampire bat and the great hammerhead shark, to the killer whale and the grizzly bear — Dave lives alongside them to uncover the secrets of their domination of these strange, confined places, over and above any of the other species that live on them.

Heart-stopping adventure tempered with the eye-watering imagery of our planet's hidden beauty — the series pits Dave among the terrifying unknown. Will Dave manage to escape unscathed as he dares to explore what these "Killer Islands" have in store?

"Killer Islands" is a co-production between DNI and Animal Planet (U.S.) and produced by Silverback Films. The series is commissioned and executive produced by Sarah Davies for DNI, Dawn Sinsel for Animal Planet, and Huw Cordey and Keith Scholey for Silverback Films.


FACTS

Network: Animal Planet
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Silverback Films
Discovery Networks International




  Dave Salmoni Uncovers 'Killer Islands' — Due next year, the new Animal Planet series follows the wildlife expert and adventurer as he sets out to solve some of the last big mysteries surrounding the world's most successful natural-born killers. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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