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In Apex Predator, host Remi Warren will bring us along on his quest to become a better hunter through learning directly from nature. Along the way he meets with experts and professionals to learn about animals and their adaptations, designs tests and trials to emulate primal hunting tactics, and challenges himself to grueling and intense hunts-animal style.There are three distinct phases of each episode of Apex Predator: Research, Training, and a free range Hunt Test where Remi puts to use what he has learned. First, Remi identifies the animal or tactic he wants to learn and implement. Then he taps into the knowledge of real-world experts in the fields of biology, physiology and ecology to help understand how animals have evolved into amazing predators. With their expert help, he designs high-energy trials and training regimens to adopt and embody the traits of these animal hunters. The final step is for Remi to head into wild with a clear challenge to hunt like an animal, resulting in experiences and takeaways that help him in his quest to become the Apex Predator.Apex Predator is a new kind of hunting show – one that blends the excitement of difficult hunting with a chance to learn about nature's hunters that came before us. Host Remi Warren does not only go into the wild to be with nature--he becomes it, showing us what it takes to truly be a part of nature's dynamic food chain.
Remi Warren attempts to adapt to the river otter's aquatic lifestyle as he learns to hold his breath and swim underwater in search of fishy prey.
The mountain lion teaches Remi Warren the importance of a stealthy and silent stalk and Remi applies this knowledge as he tries to successfully ambush a mule deer.
After studying nature's master of camouflage, the octopus, Remi Warren works up an optimum camouflage setup for a backcountry antelope hunt.
Remi Warren observes the masterful hunting and foraging skills of a black bear and challenges himself to survive in the woods using the same techniques.
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