Mike Rowe journeys dangerous roads to Australia’s northern coast to work with Aboriginals who have lived off the land for more than 40,000 years. It’s a dirty adventure that leaves Mike speechless as he works and hunts with tribal leaders.
Mike Rowe journeys to South Australia to extract deadly, venomous brown snakes from people’s homes. Catching one of the world’s most deadly snakes can only be done effectively with a pillow case cover, a few makeshift tools and his bare hands.
Mike journeys down the Adelaide River to capture one of Australia’s most deadliest creatures: the crocodile. After wrestling the wild crocs into the boat, he helps a scientist pump their stomachs and then study their vomit.
Mike and crew travel deep into the Australian Outback to strike it rich with a group of crusty opal miners. It’s a dirty adventure with dangerous work and extreme temperatures. A fly infestation almost brings production to a halt.