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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote and crew are back in Japan and searching for the elusive RIVER DRAGON - aka the Japanese Giant Salamander - in the darkness of the night! The Japanese Giant Salamander is a species so revered by its country that the team enlists the help of Dr. Sumio Okada, a Giant Salamander Biologist, to find one of these giant dragons!

Get ready, you’re about to see if Coyote and the crew can assist in catching the Japanese Giant Salamander! Stay tuned for Part Two, out this coming Sunday!

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