Salmon fishing is big in Alaska, Kodiak bears are the biggest in North America and you can’t get much bigger than whales. Shane-O sets out to encounter all three, with some surprises along the way.
Shane-O goes deeper into Madagascar than most westerners to explore a sacred forest of razor-sharp stone spires that harbour eerie bat caves and other elusive animals.
Little is known about the vast rain forests of Guyana. Shane-O attempts to tackle this wilderness but soon finds himself stranded in the jungle with no porters and little food.
Few could point it out on a world map, much less spell it, but Shane-O visits the hidden African gem of Djibouti to fulfill his lifelong dream of diving with whale sharks.
Shane O comes home to Florida to find deadly, endangered, and invasive species across the swamps and marshes of the Everglades
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