Coyote Peterson heads to the swamp-lands of Texas in search of a giant alligator snapping turtle known as Raphael. Coyote is determined to prove that this turtle is the largest living creature of his kind.
Coyote Peterson heads to Brazil to swim with Yacare Caiman in piranha-infested waterways, studying their perfect-predator personality as jaguars and capybara lurk from the shoreline.
Coyote demonstrates how capturing elusive big cats on film is a near-impossible task, but with technological advancements such as trail cameras, nature enthusiasts can see predators like jaguars up close in their natural habitat.
Coyote Peterson's dangerous past encounter with honey bees has lead him to join forces with bee conservationist, Chris Brinton. A stunt involving Peterson and 10,000 bees dispels misconceptions and reveals their passive nature.
Coyote heads to Australia's Devil Ark conservatory and reveals the history behind the critically endangered Tasmanian devil. As he is exposed to their habitat and routine, he discovers the manpower needed to conserve this species.
Coyote and his team travel to Australia to find the wobbegong shark. As night falls, they search the treacherous tidepools for this sly nocturnal predator and ponder whether these fearsome fish are a threat to humans.
Coyote explores the coastline of Australia in hopes of discovering the most toxic aquatic creatures. As he battles the jagged rocks and crashing waves, he encounters a stonefish lurking beneath the mysterious tide pool water.
Coyote Peterson braves the winding rivers of Maleny, Australia, in search of a real river monster -- the elusive and massive long-finned eel. Coyote also encounters a smiling Saw Shelled Turtle and gets a painful, bloody kiss from a Carpet Python.
Coyote Peterson explores some of Australia's alien-looking lizard species and learns about their bizarre features -- evolutionary adaptations to the harsh outback. Then, the team is hot on the trail of the elusive spike-covered Thorny devil.
Coyote Peterson and his crew set to Brazil to find the legendary green anaconda, the biggest snake in the world. Coyote battles the powerful currents of the Formoso River before coming face-to-face with this aquatic beast.
As night falls on the arid Outback, Coyote and his crew set out in search of the continent's non-venomous snake group, pythons. He encounters one of these nocturnal constrictors in action and he must use all his energy against its immense power.
In the Outback, Coyote and his crew set out to find three iconic gecko species. As night falls, Coyote begins his search to examine the nocturnal insect predators, and encounters the rare knob-tailed gecko, camouflaged by its rock-like appearance.
Coyote and his crew head to Australia's wilderness seeking different species of dragons. There, his biggest challenge is finding each creature in order to determine how they have managed to co-habitate with humans.
At the Australian Reptile Park, Coyote and his crew get hands-on experience with marsupials. They are introduced to many furry friends, including a koala and rambunctious wombat, determining which mammal is deserving of the 'cutest marsupial' title.
Coyote is determined to capture the venomous Sydney funnel-web spider. After Coyote endures a face-to-face encounter with this aggressive beast, he delivers it to Australia Reptile Park to be studied.
Coyote and his crew venture through the Outback in search of two iconic monitor species. As he swims through the watery oasis, he strategically stalks the Merten's water monitor in hopes of having a face-to-face encounter.
Coyote and his crew venture to Australia's northern territory to investigate the saltwater and freshwater crocodiles. While there, they reveal the difference between them, and hope to bring awareness to each species.
Coyote races to Australia in search of the Perentie monitor. After a grueling week, the team makes one final attempt to capture the lizard and builds a makeshift birds nest filled with fresh eggs, in hopes of capturing the Phantom of the Outback.