Virologist Mike Leahy explores Brazil, home to thousands of potential health hazards. From fire ants and invisible worms to the legendary candiru fish, Dr. Mike puts his body on the line to reveal what makes human hosts so attractive to these creatures.
From the chaotic city streets of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, to exotic jungles and picturesque paddy fields, there's a lot to be on guard against in Vietnam for inquisitive virologist and daring explorer Dr Mike Leahy.
Join Dr. Mike as he bravely dips in the Ganges, endures leech therapy and meets some cranky monkeys with a thirst for blood. He'll also visit Varanasi--India's spiritual and cultural heart.
Dr Mike Leahy travels to Borneo where he learns the hard way that everything is out to get you, whether trekking through the forest, climbing a mountain, exploring a 65-million-year-old cave system or cruising through the mangrove swamp.
With average temperatures of around 100 degrees, the Outback is home to some of the planet's smallest but most lethal inhabitants. Dr. Mike explores an eight-legged murderess and a parasite that can turn man's best friend into a killer.
Dr. Mike explores Coastal Australia, which looks like paradise with dense rainforests and white sandy beaches. But it's also packed full of potentially painful and poisonous creatures - an ideal destination for a virologist who loves all things weird.
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