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- Season 1 Episode 3: The Dark: Patagonian Mountains
Justine Evans encounters a puma at the wild and windswept tip of South America and films its nocturnal hunting behaviour for the first time. Further south, Gordon Buchanan dives into the icy waters of the Magellan Strait to solve a mystery - scientists have heard humpback whales moving close to the shore at night, but have no idea what they could be doing. Elsewhere, George McGavin attaches a miniature tracking device to a vampire bat to discover whose blood it is feeding on
- Season 1 Episode 2: The Dark: Amazon Flooded Forests
Biologists and camera crews travel to a flooded Amazon forest to film wildlife at night. James Bryson Voirin comes face to face with a curious sloth, Sophie Darlington perches high in the stormy jungle canopy hoping to see the world's only nocturnal monkey, and bug expert George McGavin abseils deep into a giant cave system where he and his team discover a species new to science. Gordon Buchanan goes in search of giant anteaters and enters a strange, deserted house that has been taken over by vampire bats
- Season 1 Episode 1: The Dark: Central American Jungle
Biologists and camera crews explore the wildernesses of South and Central America at night, discovering how wildlife changes when skies get dark. They begin with an expedition to the jungles of Costa Rica, where they encounter some of the world's deadliest nocturnal predators. Entomologist George McGavin searches for the net-casting spider, which has a distinctive method of catching its prey, while camera operator Justine Evans gets perilously close to a male jaguar and Gordon Buchanan discovers the remains of ruined temples
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