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According to a legend that dates back to the 16th century, a cache of Incan gold worth hundreds of millions of dollars is hidden off the coast of southeastern Brazil. It's known as the "Treasure of the Trinity," and it's eluded all who have sought it for 500 years. But a modern-day team of explorers follows a radical new theory to uncover its whereabouts: a remote, treacherous island where thousands of deadly vipers roam. Cork Graham leads the expedition to Queimada Grande -- known to locals as Snake Island -- armed with advanced technology to unearth complex clues and decipher puzzles that have protected the treasure for centuries. This Discovery series takes viewers along on the epic journey to one of the most dangerous places on Earth.

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Smashing into a secret underground tunnel system, the team scours the subterranean cavern searching for the $2 billion treasure.
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The team's hard work and determination finally pay off when they find the gold they've been searching for.
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After a tragic event on their way to a Guarani village, the team secures vital information from the village elders who speak of a special stone hidden near The Demon Falls that carries directions to the resting spot of a legendary fortune.
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The treasure hunters make a historic discovery in a cave system, but not one they expected; a run-in with a jaguar leads to another revelation, but the new trajectory has tragic consequences for Capt. Keith.
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A deadly caiman sets sights on Mehgan; a potentially crippling accident leads to an astounding find, a coded message from the past that could bring the team one step closer to the Incan Gold.
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The team uncovers proof of treasure in the jungle and makes a spooky visit to an antique black market with Jesuit silver, leading them up a dangerous river and deeper into cursed history.
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The team finds more artifacts and meet with a local historian who gives them an invaluable clue, but also a warning about the treasure's dark and cursed past.
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A clue on Snake Island sends the team into the dangerous Paraguayan jungle with deadly predators; a historic artifact brings them closer to the treasure, but two life-threatening encounters jeopardize the expedition.
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Storms and a leaky boat threaten to shut down the mission; Cork closes in on the Treasure of the Trinity; the team pushes deeper into the island.
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The team finds a new clue after a dangerous run-in; the land team is unaware of an approaching storm; Cappy worries he will have to strand the land team.
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Cork and his team travel deeper into the interior of Snake Island, searching for the Treasure of the Trinity; clues give the group new hope.
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A discovery on the perimeter fires up the team; tensions grow between team members; dangerous encounters threaten to end the mission.
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Promising clues motivate the team to prepare for its first venture onto the island, where it faces danger.
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Treasure hunters search for a fortune on Brazil's Snake Island; problems with the team and equipment could derail the expedition.

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