Parents' Guide to

Hunter and Hunted

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Animal attacks are too gruesome for young viewers.

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While the educational quality of Hunter and Hunted is high -- it offers fascinating information about animals' natural instincts and encourages viewers to look critically at the ways that humans impact animals' natural habitats and contribute to species' endangerment --the graphic nature of the reenacted attacks ensures that it's not for little kids. In many scenes, actors scream and writhe in pain as they're brutalized, and lots of camera time is dedicated to blood, scars, and amputated limbs.

Parents would be wise to preview this one even for sensitive younger teens, but families who can share it will benefit from the resulting discussions about habitat preservation and respect for nature.

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