The Great Bear Rainforest is the largest temperate rainforest in the world, flourishing with centuries-old trees and breathtaking flora and fauna that include river otters, minks, humpback whales, and the elusive, white spirit bear. “I always feel very privileged to be able to travel through these areas where we can spot unique creatures found nowhere else on the planet,” says Naturalist Lee Moll. In this episode of Expedition Spotlight, Moll introduces us to the many wonders hiding within the lush greenery and pristine waters of this vast ecosystem on British Columbia’s west coast.