Endangered Season 1
Series One of Lin Sutherland’s Endangered travels to Borneo, Sumatra, Sabah, Papua New Guinea, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Palau to report on a wide range of wildlife species and habitats under threat, and the steps locals are taking to repair the damage and save these beautiful creatures.
Included in the series are orangutans, proboscis monkeys, silverleaf monkeys, green turtles, coral reefs, the Malay sun bear, pygmy elephants, birds of paradise, cassowary, tree kangaroos, and many others.
Lin travels the coast of Borneo on a dramatic voyage exploring natural ecosystems and adventuring into the wild domain through three different territories Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia. Meet the interesting wildlife and come into one of the last strongholds of the Borneo Orangutan with the dedicated Dr Birute Goldikas who lives with and protected Orangutans for 40 years.
Lin joins the wildlife rescue teams in Sumatra where she release an Orangutan, searches for wild elephants with the Elephant mitigation team and explores the beautiful jungle of Sumatra.
Lin showcases an adventurers playground where she climbs mountains, dive seas and mingles with exotic wildlife including the beautiful wild pygmy elephants and stunning marine ecosystems.
Papua New Guinea52m
PNG is one of the last frontiers where tribes have maintained their traditional cultures. Lin travels through six different provinces highlighting the incredible customs and wildlife of this incredible country.
Great Barrier Reef52m
Lin explores her second home where she has done thousands of dives the incredible Great Barrier Reef. Join Lin in her element for this underwater extravaganza where loves nothing ore than to spend time with marine life and explore a world so full of richness and colour.
Lin travels to Palau to show how a small country is forging ahead in protecting it’s magnificent marine eco-system. While she endeavours to get up close and personal to sharks, mantarays, schooling fish, jellyfish and many more exotic marine species, she also meets the passionate locals involved in making Palau a marine sanctuary. Taking her son Beau, she hopes that protecting these ecosystems is seen as a way of the future for the kids of tomorrow.