An invasive but rarely seen species, the feral rich leave their mark everywhere. Join wildlife expert Brian Dowling for a Fiscal Safari tracking these deadly predators from their vast gated habitats to the ivory towers of power.
The ability of the feral rich to survive while others fall victim to poverty, hunger and financial ruin is astonishing – there are now more billionaires than before the financial crash.
Fiscal Safari takes a breathtaking, up-close look at the feral rich who threaten the delicate fabric of our ecosystem.
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