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Survivalist Les Stroud is dropped into extreme environments handpicked by local wilderness guides to see what Mother Nature does to survive.

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Survivalist Les Stroud tracks Alaskan caribou herds as they travel south for the winter.
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Survivalist Les Stroud travels to Karluk Lake on Kodiak Island, Alaska, to embed himself with the king of all brown bears.
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Survivalist Les Stroud investigates how polar bears adapt to survive.
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Survivalist Les Stroud embeds himself deep in the Alaskan interior to track the survival skills of the moose in the run-up to mating season.
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Survivalist Les Stroud embeds himself in the Alaskan wild for a close-up look at the survival skills of black bears.

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