Author(s): Alex MacCormick
When man becomes prey ...Whether you're in the ocean, up a mountain or in a forest, somewhere close by, unknown to you, a predator may be lurking, watching your every move. Tigers, grizzly bears, snakes, sharks, wolves, crocodiles and even cannibals have all have taken their toll on unwary travellers. Here you will encounter the most formidable predators in the natural world, sharing the final moments of those unlucky enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. In this gripping journey to the dark side of the animal kingdom, survivors recall terrifying ordeals first-hand, while hunters and other eyewitnesses describe the rapid sequence of events in a fatal attack. In more than 250 vivid accounts of encounters with man-eaters - both animal and human - Alex MacCormick explores man's vulnerability in the face of nature's savage power.
When man becomes prey ...
Alex MacCormick is the author of The Mammoth Book of Shark Attacks. She lives in Languedoc, in the south of France.