BEASTS OF LEGEND with Ivan Carter

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    Wanted to share with everyone a wonderful DVD from Ivan Carter...

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    BEASTS OF LEGEND

    HUNTING AFRICA'S DANGEROUS GAME WITH IVAN CARTER

    Ivan Carter is quickly becoming one of the safari industries most visible personalities, as well as one of the most respected and well-traveled Professional Hunters in Africa today.

    Ivan has journeyed to, and hunted in twelve African country's, and has experience with most of The Dark Continents big game, but it is her dangerous game that has always held his fascination and focus. His passion for hunting, filming, and guiding safari clients in pursuit of Africa's Deadly Seven" is the background to his newest DVD release "Beasts Of Legend Hunting Africa's Dangerous Game with Ivan Carter."

    This film gives a unique insight into the hunt for elephant, Cape buffalo, lion, leopard, and rhino, as well as the aquatic heavyweights, hippo and Nile crocodile, all seen from the perspective of the Professional Hunter. Ivan and other top professionals will breakdown the habits, hunting techniques, and the potential danger associated with the hunting each of these seven species.

    You will go along with the award winning Safari Classics camera team as they capture the thrill, drama, and danger of close encounters with these legendary game animals from the very best game fields in Africa. Ivan will discuss, in detail, the decisions that face both client, and P.H. as various hunting situations play out in real time. This is a 'must see' film for the serious safari hunter, especially the hunter who has, or has dreams of testing themselves against Africa's Beasts Of Legend.

    Approximate Run Time: 2 hours 45 minutes




    For more information visit Safari Classics Productions at www.safariclassics.net
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