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A journey to the last frontier: the beautiful, remote and deadly state of Alaska.

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Exploring what makes Alaska's beautiful and sometimes dangerous critters unique.
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Alaska is a land of diverse climates, landscapes and people, encompassing Arctic tundra, rainforests and more.
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Alaska is a land of great migrations, with caribou, salmon, bears, glaciers and even its people always on the move.
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Flying is the best way to get around Alaska, which has six times as many pilots and 16 times as many aircraft per capita than the rest of the United States.
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Alaska presents unique challenges and rewards for people who choose to spend time off the grid.
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It's said that Alaska's four seasons are winter, June, July, and August and conditions can change fast with dire consequences.
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With year-round opportunities to catch gigantic freshwater and saltwater fish, Alaska truly is a fisherman's paradise.
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Alaska offers an amazing bounty of edible flora and fauna to people who know where to look.
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Exploring the dangers of Alaska.
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Alaska calls to a different type of person, one who seeks nature, solitude, and adventure.

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Many Alaskans rely on heavy-duty equipment like bush planes, logging cranes and fishing boats to make a living. What happens, however, when the tools of the trade break down and the nearest help is hundreds of miles away? Braving the elements in wild, remote corners of the state to repair super machines are the full-service master mechanics at Jim's Equipment Repair, an Anchorage-based company serving residents since 1994. "Big Fix Alaska" chronicles the around-the-clock "rescues" made by owner Jim Evridge and his team, from stranded crab boats in the middle of the Bering Sea to frozen multimillion-dollar cranes near the North Pole.
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Adventures expose the harsh working environments endured by Alaska's fishermen.
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You might say the Tweto family business has taken off, despite the sometimes unforgiving conditions in which it operates. The Twetos -- dad Jim, mom Ferno, and daughters Ariel and Ayla -- run Era Alaska, an airline that transports life's necessities to the isolated rural inhabitants of the Bering Sea coastline. Whether it's carrying sled dogs bound for the Iditarod race, medicine for sick children or food supplies to miners working on the North Slope, the Era Alaska crew serves as a lifeline for many of the state's residents.
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America's most rugged state.
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Back to the beautiful state of Alaska for another reality-documentary series, this one set in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a protected area home to thousands of native animals... and a handful of people. In 1980, the U.S. government banned human occupation in the refuge, and only residents in seven permitted cabins are allowed to remain. The series depicts the daily rituals of four families living in isolation and contending with bitter weather, frustrating setbacks, and aggressive wildlife in an unspoiled and unforgiving wilderness. The nonconformists include Heimo Korth, the "godfather of the final frontier," and wife Edna; Bob Harte, who has spent 40 years living by his own rules; and young couple Bob and Ashley Selden, who admit that they've survived by trial and error, learning day by day the harsh reality of frontier living.