Animal Planet's new special "World's Deadliest Towns" examines the few places on earth where animals hunt humans and ET has a clip from the shocking show.
In the clip, the show's fearless host Dave Salmoni stands perilously close to an enormous elephant, describing the damage the gigantic mammals can do, while clips of rampaging elephants are shown.
In an interview with ET, Salmoni describes the horrors he's seen in these towns and what viewers can expect to see on the show.
"Anywhere where you've got a large animal that's very dangerous competing for resources with a large number of population of human beings bad things can happen," Dave warned.
The Sundarbans in India is one such place, according to Dave. "That's the one place on this earth where as a predator the tiger actually recognizes people as food," said Dave.
In other regions of India, residents have even bigger problems on their hands - man-eating elephants. The country's mammoth mammals have terrorized towns, tearing down homes and snatching people right out of their beds.
"The elephants scared me only because the situation was so dire and it was so immediate," said Dave. "Like every single night someone was getting killed."
Experts are aware that the hippopotamus is the most dangerous animal in Africa, but Dave witnessed a level of violence from the animals that science could not explain - hippos were seemingly hunting humans for sport.
"I feel like I'm a real curious guy," said Dave, explaining his reasons for risking his life to study the deadly behavioral changes of large animals. "Unfortunately I'm real curious about big predators."
You can see those big predators in action when "World's Deadliest Towns" airs tonight on Animal Planet.