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Animal Planet to air ‘Mystery Of The Lost Islands’

MUMBAI: Animal Planet will air a new show, ‘Mystery Of The Lost Islands’, featuring zoologist, animal trainer and television presenter Dave Salmoni.

The show kicks off on 19 January and will air Monday to Friday at 9 pm.

The six-part series puts Dave’s expertise and survival skills to the test as he faces the terrifying unknown. 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 in these strange, confined places, over and above any of the other species that live there.

Discovery South Asia executive VP, GM Rahul Johri said, “This is Animal Planet at its best: exploring areas unknown and providing unprecedented access to awe-inspiring environments. Dave Salmoni’s extraordinary wildlife expertise, captured by world class filmmakers, has produced that rare hybrid of blue chip programming: natural history and adventure set against a spine-tingling mystery – making ‘Mystery Of The Lost Islands’ a truly incredible series and must-see programming event.”

Viewers can follow Salmoni on the adventure amidst the untamed islands of Rangiroa, Falklands, Admiralty, Fernandina and Coiba.