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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 explores South America's Pantanal region, the biggest wetland on Earth; parakeets and parrots make their nests in cliffs and trees; a jaguar and a crocodile engage in an epic showdown; ranchers and their cattle play an important role.
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Dylan Dreyer visits Patagonia in South America, where penguins almost outnumber people; beavers build dams that affect woodpeckers and other birds' lives; glaciers and ice fields host a range of creatures, including flamingos, guanacos and pumas.
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Dylan Dreyer takes a journey to South America's dense and crowded Amazon rainforest; red howler monkeys, harpy eagles and sloths live in the canopy, while army ants march on the forest floor along with wasps, tadpoles, flies and stick ticks.
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Dylan Dreyer visits Venezuela's Orinoco River, one of the longest, largest rivers in the world; a puma uses the river as a hunting ground; four-eyed fish and fiddler crabs make their homes in the river; red howler monkeys hang out in the trees above.
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Dylan Dreyer meets exotic creatures in Thailand, including local hog deer, who are targeted by Indochinese tigers; gibbons and macaques live in the canopy of some of the world's oldest trees; creatures on the Kra Isthmus call caves home.
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Dylan visits Malaysia, where proboscis monkeys gather food while escaping predators; crocodiles hunt for their next meal; pitcher plants and other wildlife grow on the highest peaks of Malaysian mountains; Malaysian orangutans make their homes.
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Dylan explores the lives of the most powerful and elusive creatures on Earth, including moon bears in Cambodia, snub-nosed monkeys in China, king cobras and tigers in the Ghats, wolves in Turkey, gannets in the Hebrides and Sri Lankan leopards.
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Dylan Dreyer visits the beautiful, wildlife-diverse Galapagos Islands; Isabela Island houses the flightless cormorant; lava lizards and greater flamingos show off; lava cactus and marine iguanas on Fernandina; frigatebirds thrive on North Seymour.
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Dylan Dreyer revisits the diverse landscape of Turkey, where spur-thighed tortoises come out of hibernation; fairy chimneys in Cappadocia provide homes for wild pigeons; sheep thrive in the Anatolian Plateau; Nile turtles dominate the Dalyan Delta.
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Dylan Dreyer revisits the Caribbean, where Antillean iguanas, Abolo lizards and more show off their genius for adaptation; ancient volcanoes create fumaroles; polyps form coral reefs; four-eyed fish and spectacled caimans thrive in the Caroni Swamp.
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Dylan Dreyer explores the motherhood experience for nurturing gibbons and langurs on the Indochinese peninsula, leatherback sea turtles in the Caribbean, macaques in India and China, elephants in Sri Lanka and sea lions in the Galapagos.
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Dylan Dreyer explores Japan's islands where Japanese snow monkeys take advantage of hot springs; the Ainu people appreciate the red-crowned crane; the rare wolf deer forages for food; usho fishing with cormorants ensues in the Nagara River.
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Dylan Dreyer visits India's self-cleaning Ganges River, which helps populations thrive; Himalayan blue sheep and snow leopards show their climbing skills; the Indian rhino offers a glimpse of its lifestyle.
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Dylan Dreyer explores the brilliance of Cambodia's macaques; the hunting skills of cormorants and the compassion of elephants in China; the way Galapagos' iguanas have adapted to their environment; and Turkey's Anatolian goats expertly climb cliffs.
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Dylan Dreyer tours the Falkland Islands, where the king penguin takes care of its eggs; sea lions care for their young pups; rockhopper penguins make their way through ancient paths; and gentoo penguins show off their speed and unique feeding method.
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Dylan Dreyer tours the Western Ghats of India, where lion-tailed macaques enjoy jackfruit; a Malabar giant squirrel enjoys the forest's bounty; cobras battle it out for domination; and a Draco lizard attracts the attention of a vine snake.
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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 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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NBC News meteorologist and co-anchor of the Saturday edition of "Today," Dylan Dreyer, helms this celebration of nature, which utilizes beautiful cinematography to create an up-close-and-personal experience with Earth's wild animals -- from polar bears in the Arctic to black bears in Montana. The show's unique platform brings the excitement of seeing creatures in their natural habitats into viewers' homes, where they can explore natural phenomena -- including the migration of 1.5 million animals across 500 miles of Africa -- they may otherwise never have the chance to experience.