Wildlife at Cliff Camp

Steve takes the opportunity to explore the cliff camp while Hazel and John continue to ascend the cliff face. He finds signs of wildlife, stumbling upon a set of ibex hoofprints and rock hyrax footprints. Both animals are built for the steep climbs along these mountain ranges.

Head into the unknown with naturalist Steve Backshall as he journeys to the world’s last unexplored places and faces challenges around the globe, encountering extraordinary wildlife and meeting remarkable people along the way.

Clips

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The Team's Brutal, Unexpected Jungle Trek | Digital Extra

Getting the team's boats and gear through the thick jungle adds a new set of challenges.

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The Jungle at Night

Hidden in the tangled web of forest, there are over 7,500 species of plants and animals.

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Steve’s Three-Day Climb

Steve joins Hazel and John as they inspect their climb, which will take three days.

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Meeting Suriname's Jungle Inhabitants | Digital Extra

Suriname’s jungles are alive with the calls of animals.

Full Expedition Episodes

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Suriname - Ghost River

Ride along as Steve Backshall kayaks a Surinamese river so remote, it doesn’t have a name.

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Oman - Desert Fortress

Visit Oman’s Dhofar Mountains, where Steve Backshall encounters one of the rarest animals.

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Mexico - Maya Underworld

Return to Mexico with Steve Backshall as he discovers Mayan secrets in subterranean caves.

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Greenland - Ice Mountain

Climb alongside Steve Backshall as he attempts to summit an unclimbed Greenland mountain.