Forrest Galante goes on a challenging mission through the alligator and poisonous snake-infested swamps of Louisiana to find out if the notoriously reclusive Ivory Billed Woodpecker is still around.
Wildlife biologist Forrest Galante joins a local biologist to cut through the bush of Madagascar and prove the pint-size Malagasy Dwarf Hippo hasn't been extinct for more than 1,000 years.
Charging rhinos and large prides of lions are just a few of the threats Forrest and his colleagues face while searching for Zimbabwe's black-maned Cape Lion.
Forrest dives deep into a lawless land where guerilla rebels, kidnappers and deadly predators rule in order to prove Colombia's Rio Apaporis Caiman still exists.
Forrest is in the Galapagos seeking the Fernandina Tortoise, an animal that was only seen once, over 100-years ago. The clues are here, along with an abundance of incredibly unique species, raising hopes of a historic discovery.
Forrest joins a conservation group in Vietnam to save the world's largest turtle species from extinction. The team of experts works together to find a suitable mate for the last-and-only surviving Giant Soft Shell Turtle.
Forrest heads to Vietnam to brave the world's largest cave in search of the Saola. While it has only recently been discovered, rumors are widespread regarding the possible extinction of the majestic beast.
Wildlife biologist Forrest Galante treks high into the Sierras to bring the Southern Rocky Mountain Wolf -- a species that hasn't been seen in almost 80 years -- out of hiding.
Forrest's search for Indonesia's Millers Grizzled Langur -- or Dracula Monkey -- quickly turns into a rescue mission after he's tipped off about an illegal pet market.
Forrest and his crew come face-to-face with a giant tiger shark while proving the existence of the possibly extinct Caribbean Monk Seal.