Forrest Galante treks deep into the jungles of Taiwan in search of a fierce but beautiful predator, the Formosan Clouded Leopard. Officially declared extinct only recently, Forrest investigates numerous eyewitness accounts and some tracks that suggest the animal remains alive on the island nation.
Forrest teams up with a specialist in Newfoundland in search of the White Wolf, a predator that was declared extinct in 1930. They meet with a hunter that shot what is believed to be a wolf and uncover evidence that suggests the species could be alive.
Forrest Galante combs the Florida Everglades for a predator that's been rumored to exist for years: the Black Wolf. It might be a case of mistaken identity, but discoveries made while scouring the unparalleled landscape suggest that it might be more than a rumor.
Forrest Galante travels to the Faroe Islands to look for any trace of the Great Auk. The search for this large, flightless seabird that has long been forgotten takes him through some of the most scenic and rugged terrain he's ever attempted.
Madagascar's Pachylemurs were red, furry giants, nearly the size of great apes. Recently discovered remains disprove that they went extinct 1000 years ago and Forrest scales the canopy of the jungle on a mission to prove the giant species still lives.
Forrest delves into the vibrant island of Java in Indonesia, in an attempt to find the Javan Tiger. This exotic predator was declared extinct in 2003, but recently, park rangers and locals have had sightings and are collecting evidence of its existence.
After numerous, credible eyewitness accounts of the Tasmanian Tiger in Australia, James Cook University has researchers on the move. Forrest joins their study before heading deep into the Cape York Peninsula in his 2nd attempt to find this unique species.