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We are fortunate to have an amazing amount of wildlife on this planet. However, illegal trading and poaching have dramatically reduced the livelihood of these magnificent creatures. Enter: "The Operatives". When famed eco-warrior Pete Bethune (Whale Wars) saw these atrocities, he took a stand and began assembling a group of highly trained, skilled, and motivated military elite with one mission: to expose suspected criminals who are endangering our wildlife and our environment. After two successful campaigns in Africa and Central America, the Operatives are now embarking on even bolder and more dangerous missions in Asia this year with a brand new team to tackle numerous threats to wildlife.
In the Season 2 premiere, The Operatives take on alleged illegal turtle traders in the Philippines. The team raids a local property with authorities after receiving a tip that critically endangered turtles are being stored on site.
The Operatives travel to Sumatra, Indonesia to expose alleged illegal logging operations that destroy protected forests. Armed with a camera, the team faces the supposed illegal loggers in one of the most remote jungles in the world.
The Operatives rely on their military reconnaissance training for this potentially risky mission targeting a suspected Asian crime syndicate the authorities believe is illegally trading wildlife and contributing to some species' extinction.
In part 2 of The Operatives mission to track suspected illegal wildlife traders, the team plans a sting operation of a warehouse suspected of buying pangolins, the most illegally trafficked animal in the world.
The Operatives set out on a covert night mission to bust alleged illegal fishermen using highly destructive cyanide fishing methods in the Philippines, while Nicola learns how marine rangers protect the pristine Tubbataha Reef in the Sulu Sea.
The Operatives travel to a remote island on a top-secret mission to find illusive wild tigers rumored to live there, and Nicola gets a look at the majestic creatures while visiting an organization in India working to resolve human-tiger conflict.
The Operatives target alleged illegal foreign fishing vessels suspected of pillaging reefs in the South China Sea, while Nicola travels to Hong Kong to explore the daily catch at one of the city's largest fish markets.
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