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In Belize, Central America, Ty sees the rescue of crocodiles, the feeding of sharks, and a chicken bingo game. He also visits Ambergris Caye and the caves and temples of the Mayans.
Ty goes zip-lining at 45 MPH, quad-biking through the desert, and bungee-jumping from a gondola suspended over an arroyo.
Ty travels to Puerto Rico and wanders the old streets of San Juan before going on a dive to a 50-year-old sunken B-29.
Ty discovers the Temecula wine country, takes a breathtaking balloon ride over the vineyards, and speaks to the local winemakers to learn the secrets of the Southern California grape.
Ty takes an expedition to Hawaii and explores the island's hidden waterfalls. At night he dives with manta rays.
Ty photographs an 1800-pound buffalo and dives for treasure. Also, Catalina Island, off the coast of Southern California, is being marauded by invaders, including a Japanese menace under the sea.
In Florida, Ty tours the Islamorada Keys and finds inspiration for his pictures under water. Ty meets the grandson of the great treasure hunter Mel Fisher in the museum of the same name.
Grand Cayman is almost Ty's second home; however, until now he has only taken photos. On this trip, he goes on the hunt for lion fish -- the uninvited scourge of the Caribbean.
On the island of Cozumel, with its clear aquamarine waters and breathtaking coral reefs, Ty participates in an ancient tradition handed down by the Mayans.
Guy Harvey is an artist, fisherman, lifelong adventurer, scientist, writer, environmental guardian of the sea and father. Ty joins-up with Guy to live a few days in the life of the man.