Survival expert Ray Means has spent much of this series trying to give us a peek at the world outside our window. Tonight he's traveling along the south coast of the Isle of Wight, where he comes across a very special shipwreck. It's been overtaken by some fascinating sea creatures, including the congor eel and some spiny spider crabs. On land he's walking with dinosaurs, observing a colony of ravens and discovering the rather rare Glanville fritillary butterfly. Back out on the open sea, he's roped in a local angler to help him search for sharks...
Wild Britain With Ray Mears UTV: 8.00pm
Story by Sarah Doran | 17:59 | Friday 15th February 2013 | TV Highlights
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