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Episode 1

Formosan Clouded Leopard

Forrest tracks clues and eyewitness accounts that suggest the Formosan Clouded Leopard, which was declared extinct only recently, could still be alive.

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Episode 2

White Wolf Of Newfoundland

Forrest teams up with an expert in Newfoundland seeking the white wolf, which was declared extinct in 1930. They meet a hunter convinced he shot one.

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Episode 3

Florida Black Wolf

Forrest combs the Florida Everglades for the black panther, which has never been seen in the US. Discoveries in the area suggest it may be more than a rumour.

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Episode 4

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Episode 5

The Great Auk

Forrest is in the Faroe Islands looking for a trace of the great auk, a large flightless seabird that was declared extinct over 175 years ago.

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Episode 6

The Pachylemur

Madagascar's Pachylemurs were red, furry giants, nearly the size of great apes. Forrest scales the jungle canopy to prove the giant species still lives.

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Episode 7

The Javan Tiger

Forrest delves into the island of Java in Indonesia, seeking the Javan tiger. It was declared extinct in 2003, but there have been recent reported sightings.

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Episode 8

The Tasmanian Tiger Down Under

After numerous eyewitness accounts of the Tasmanian tiger in Australia, Forrest heads to the Cape York Peninsula in search of this unique species.