Attack!: Lions & Africa's Giants Trailer

Attack!: Lions & Africa's Giants Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

Documentary, Science and Nature Documentaries - Witness the habits and activities of Africa's majestic lions in this edition of the "Attack!" series, which explores lions' increasing appetite for humans in recent years, and examines whether human encroachment is the culprit for such behavior. The film also takes a look at other big game herbivores, including elephants, buffalo and rhinos, which are also showing a growing propensity for attacking people.

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