He an animal lover, trainer, entertainer, and television producer. If you love both, Dave Salmoni is a man(or treat) for you.Besides being an animal trainer, the other career path that he has chosen is that of being a television personality.He has been a successful host and producer of many television documentaries like Living with Tigers, Into the Lion’s Den, Sharks: Are they hunting us?His antics have drawn much concern from the scientific community including the leading big cat conservationists affiliated with notable organizations like Panthera Corporation and the Wildlife Conservation Society.There is much sentiment that he is impeding conservation efforts in sub-Saharan Africa and conveys the wrong message about the human-cat interface to viewers in regard to safety, animal behavior and conservation.
He currently hosts and produces the Discovery Channel show Rogue Nature, and After the Attack on Animal Planet.
Dave Salmoni (born September 4, 1975) is a Canadian animal trainer, entertainer and television producer.
He has his own production company, Triosphere, which is based in South Africa and specializes in wildlife films.
He has hosted and/or produced several TV documentaries, including Living with Tigers (2003), which describes the progress he and John Varty made as part of the Bengal Tiger rewilding Project, and Into The Lion`s Den (2005), and Sharks: Are They Hunting Us? He has also starred in the show Animal Face-Off as a host and expert.
Dave is a host of several Animal Planet and Discovery Channel programs such as Rogue Nature, Predator vs.