Henry Rollins explores the complex relationship between humans and animals by investigating dangerous and seemingly taboo practices around the world in the three-part series "Animal Underworld".
He sets out to uncover some of the most extreme cases of animal consumption . . . and, more importantly, why these seemingly taboo subcultures ingest and inject what they do. (Source: National Geographic Wild)
Henry investigates the trade in animals' blood, organs, limbs and toxins. Some are medically important, or simply outrageous delicacies; others involve cruel treatment of endangered species in the cause of discredited beliefs. Can Rollins sort the harmless roadkill-eaters from the cruel tappers of bears' bile?