The series concludes with a visit to Namibia's Chobe River, where crocodile attacks are fairly commonplace. Included: an attempt to reduce attacks by training crocodiles to associate the sound of a bell with an electric shock.
Efforts to stop polar bear attacks in the isolated communities of Canada's Hudson Bay are detailed. Included: a team transports a captured bear by helicopter to a release site outside town; an early warning system that relies on an aerial drone; an ultra-loud speaker to scare them away; and a controversial experiment that sees meat being left for them on the tundra.
Mark Evans and conservation-wildlife experts Rom Whitaker and Patrick Aust offer high-tech solutions to human-wildlife conflicts in this series, beginning with efforts to stop shark attacks off the coast of Western Australia. Evans helps tag great white sharks so that they can be tracked; joins patrol crews scouting for sharks; and checks out a camera that can spot sharks from the air even when the creatures are meters beneath the ocean surface.