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Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer travels to the wildest points on the globe, ranging from Africa to Indochina and the Middle East, as well as untamed islands, coming face-to-face with native animals and uncovering the connection between the environment, wildlife and human beings of exotic locales.

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Dylan Dreyer visits hidden parts of the Caribbean Islands where giant sea turtles lay their eggs; Dominica's boiling thermal lakes; Trinidad's deep scarlet birds; catching up with hummingbirds.
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Dylan Dreyer explores the hidden oasis of Yunnan in southwest China to visit one of Asia's biggest monkeys; she also treks to the top of the Hengduan Mountains to meet primates that inspired the legend of the Abominable Snowman.
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Dylan Dreyer travels to the volcanic Galapagos Islands to follow 19th-century botanist Charles Darwin's trail when he studied the evolution of the islands' plants and animals; she also meets the only lizard in the world that has learned to fish.
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Dylan Dreyer travels the mysterious Hebrides archipelago off the coast of Scotland, known as Europe's Last Wilderness, to find one of the largest gatherings of grey seals on the planet, red deer and signs of ancient man.
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Dylan Dreyer travels to the lowlands of tropical Vietnam to find yellow-cheeked gibbons; meets a rare species of primates once thought to be extinct, the Hatinh langur; and visits the Son Tra primary forest, home to the red-shanked douc.
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At Cambodia's Tonlé Sap, the Asian elephant shows how it uses water to survive; macaques conquer the ruins of the Khmer's Angkor; black-shanked doucs swing from branch to branch.
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In Sri Lanka, elephants use the Minneriya tank to their advantage; Yala National Park's spotted deer adapt their bodies and behavior to the tempestuous Sri Lankan climate; gray langurs warn of predators like the ferocious Sri Lankan leopard.
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Rock climbing with Turkey's Anatolian wild goats; Turkey's brown bear copes with its hostile environment; Lake Yay's bright pink greater flamingos fish for shrimp in salty waters; leatherback turtles make their way to Turkey's wild coast.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to Venezuela to continue exploring its diverse and exotic wildlife, including swimming with crocodiles and avoiding waterfalls on a journey to discover what thrives in Venezuela's rich ecosystem.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to the Thar Desert to explore what and who lives in the harsh ecosystem of one of the largest deserts on Earth, including monkeys and lions.
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Dylan Dreyer revisits the Amazon River to explore what lives in the water and on the islands, including a fishing trip with some locals and a run-in with two of the Amazon River's biggest mammals -- the giant river otter and the Amazonian manatee.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to the incredible country of Thailand, where giants roam the forests and swim through the reefs of its diverse and vast ecosystem; visit highlights include fishing with the locals and looking for Asian elephants.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to some of Earth's most extreme islands, from the Amazon River islands to the Philippines, getting up close with fascinating creatures -- from squirrel monkeys leaping around in the Amazon to fireflies illuminating the night sky.
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Dylan Dreyer explores some of the most unbelievable -- and unbelievably cold -- places on Earth, from the ice fields of Patagonia to the snowy mountains of the Himalayas, discovering what thrives and survives in the world's most frigid ecosystems.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to the tropical archipelago of Zanzibar to discover the animals in its incredible ecosystem, from monkeys swinging through the forest to Aldabra tortoises ruling the beaches.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to explore the wildlife that lives in Malaysia; its diverse landscape is home to an incredible number of different species, from shifty cave swiftlets to feisty fiddler crabs.
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Dylan Dreyer visits Vancouver Island to go on one of the most epic journeys in the animal kingdom with the Pacific salmon, including witnessing hungry black bears, slick sea lions and other obstacles faced by the salmon on their journey.
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Dylan Dreyer travels to northern India to explore the "lost worlds" that remain and discover what lives in the least human-inhabited regions, from elephants to spectacle monkeys to pythons.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to Patagonia in South America to learn about amazing animals, from sea lions to armadillos, that find ways to thrive in the coldest, steepest and most dangerous places on Earth and make them home.
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Dylan Dreyer travels to Asia to visit the highest peaks in the world -- the Himalayas -- and witness crane migrations and the daily life of snow leopards, as well as explore what it takes to live in this challenging climate and landscape.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to some favorite islands around the world, including the Amazon River Islands, where red howler and squirrel monkeys are at home in the trees; in the Philippines, unbelievable insects include a tree nymph becoming a butterfly.

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