Philippe heads to a winter wonderland in Banff, Alberta, Canada and joins the avalanche safety team at Ski Lake Louise. Later, we head to the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise for a snowshoeing expedition.
Starting in Hawaii, Philippe looks at different examples of cultural science. After a lesson in early Hawaiian navigation, we head off to Florida to join the Seminole tribe who show us uses of plants as tools and food in the harsh terrain of the everglades.
In the bright sunshine and clear waters of the Bahamas, Philippe gets up close underwater with great hammerhead sharks, later joining a professional freediver to get a look at the world's deepest saltwater blue hole.
From our oceans to our deserts, Philippe debunks a few predatory myths. He joins a shark research team at the University of Miami then heads to an antivenom lab, in Florida.
Philippe joins a humpback whale research team in Hawaii to get up close with these majestic animals. Then he heads into the Rocky Mountains to see how Jackson, Wyoming accommodates thousands of elk each winter.
In this episode, Philippe meets people making a difference to help our planet. Starting with a tour of the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation centre in North Carolina, he then heads to the beach where dozens of sea turtles are released back into the wild.
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