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Veteran wildlife conservationist Bradley Trevor Grieve leads an elite team into uncharted Alaskan wilderness in search of Grandfather - a bear locals believe is the largest to ever roam the earth.

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A team ventures deep into the Alaskan wilderness in search of a bear believed to be the largest to roam the earth; as they track it deeper into its deadly domain, they discover that their greatest challenge will be surviving the expedition.

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