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Naturalist Steve Backshall visits uncharted territory in pursuit of new discoveries, taking on physical challenges and encountering extraordinary wildlife.

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Steve leads a team into the largest unexplored cave network on Earth below the jungles of Mexico, pushing further and deeper than anyone has gone before.
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The team battle through the jungle into the heart of Indonesian Borneo, where a remote mountain range guards caves, holding secrets that could rewrite history.
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Steve heads to the Himalayas to visit the last great unexplored river in Bhutan, which, according to legend, drops off the face of the planet at some point.
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The naturalist visits uncharted territory in the Guiana Shield, finding wildlife that have never encountered humans.

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