In Italy, Mario is cleaning prawns for his dad's fish shop. On a hot day in Ghana, Tyra cools off at the beach and builds a massive sandcastle.
Steve's epic adventure has reached Cuba, a colourful Caribbean island with a secret deadly side.
Steve and his intrepid crew hit Hawaii, to encounter three giants of nature. Heading out on the open ocean, Steve seeks out a true Goliath battle: duelling male humpback whales.
This time Steve Backshall travels to the tropical islands of the Bahamas for an underwater mission like no other. Using the latest deadly time-slice technology Steve reveals the science of a shark bite.
Steve continues his deadly journey through the southern states of the US and goes fishin', Texan-style, and discovers they sure make 'em big.
Steve and the crew make their way to California's Pacific Coast for a fun-filled, adrenaline-fuelled ocean adventure.
Steve Backshall uncovers the prehistoric world of the dinosaurs by visiting their fossilised remains at London's Natural History Museum and bringing them to life with the help of computer-generated images.
Steve looks back at some of his past encounters with the creatures, including his search for grey wolves in Yellowstone National Park, and his quests to see the rare Ethiopian wolf and the critically endangered red wolf.
Steve Backshall's global journey culminates in a visit to Antarctica. The presenter tackles freezing conditions to explore the underwater world of an iceberg and has an encounter with a group of humpback whales.
Steve Backshall and the crew reach the icy shores of South Georgia, the last stop before Antarctica, after a rough five day sail. They are rewarded with a series of wildlife encounters, including battling elephant seals.
Steve Backshall visits the Falkland Islands, where he tracks down rockhopper penguins, southern sea lions, and some unusual birds of prey called striated caracara.
Steve Backshall visits Patagonia, where he hopes to see a killer whale. The predators come on to the beaches to hunt sea lions, before thrashing to get back out to sea.
Steve Backshall looks at the world of reptiles and discovers what make them cold-blooded killers, and meets the largest lizard alive on the remote island of Komodo.
Steve Backshall and his daring crew explore the elemental furies of fire, ice, water and wind by taking a look at some of the most deadly forces of nature on the planet.
Steve Backshall visits an extreme environments laboratory to learn how animals survive in frozen climates. He is frozen and thrown in icy waters to see how his body reacts in comparison to those in the natural world.
Steve Backshall swims with sharks and uses time-slice cameras to see what makes the predator's bite so deadly, and dives with the most feared of its species - the great white.
Steve Backshall heads to Peru in South America. In the shadow of the Andes he searches cactus-strewn shrubland for a rare pit viper, before trekking into the mountains on a stakeout to film the world's largest bird of prey.
The team arrives in Pantanal, Brazil, where Steve Backshall hunts for a cold-blooded killer and has the encounter of a lifetime when he glimpses a jaguar.
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