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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 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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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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Dylan Dreyer returns to South America to visit some favorite animals, including pumas, egrets and crocodiles, who make their homes around Venezuela's Orinoco River, and red howler monkeys and harpy eagles in the Amazon rainforest.
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Dylan Dreyer returns to the Philippines, where people call the mangrove forests home and use the rivers and streams as a means of transportation, food and fun; in the trees, macaques play and tree nymphs turn into beautiful butterflies.
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Dylan Dreyer explores South America's Andes Mountains, where the tumultuous weather and treacherous heights cause many unusual animals to form specialized behaviors to survive; plus, what life is like for the descendants of the Incas.
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Dylan Dreyer explores the Amazon River Islands in the heart of South America; the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, as well as the rainforest, provide a rich environment for fascinating animals from high-flying squirrel monkeys to slow-moving sloths.
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Dylan Dreyer travels to the Zanzibar Archipelago off the coast of East Africa to explore lush beaches and beautiful reefs full of exotic mammals, crustaceans and fish, from small fiddler crabs on Chumbe Island to massive whale sharks.
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Dylan Dreyer visits the island chain of the Philippines in Southeast Asia; Palawan Island is home to an array of interesting creatures, including the giant pitcher plant, giant centipedes, and binturongs; tarantulas and scorpions live in local caves.
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Dylan Dreyer explores India's Thar Desert, one of the world's biggest deserts; in the thriving city of Jaipur, people share the streets with macaques; deer hogs, peacocks and tigers live in desert grasses; cranes migrate through the desert.
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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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