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LLast week’s Kalahari episode definitely invoked wanderlust! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. From the red and green desert to the blue, this week Gregg is getting to know the South African coast and the wildlife it inhabits.

Starting in the popular seaside towns of False Bay and Muizenburg, Gregg gets to taste fish and chips before taking in the dramatic coastal scenery that characterises the drive along the whale coast to Gansbaai, 'shark town'.

GGo behind the scenes with Gregg at the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary to see how they rescue and rehabilitate the endangered African penguin before he goes out with Alison Towner our very own Marine Expert. Hailing from Lancashire originally, Alison has made Gansbaai her home and she gets to spend her time on the water studying her passion (and her PhD) - sharks!

It's not long before Alison takes Gregg completely out of his comfort zone and into the cage to meet these predators face to face.

The 'Marine Big Five' is completed with whales, dolphins and the playful cape fur seals, which Gregg gets to smell up close - find out more

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