During his inner earth missions, Emery Smith was tasked with taking samples from the myriad of plants flourishing in the subterranean climates. What he found, is that there is more life on our planet than we could ever imagine, and the diversity of that life that expands exponentially the deeper we go below the surface. He describes his encounters with exotic subterranean flora, many of which can be beneficial for our health and wellbeing. Some turned out to be very dangerous, and a few were delicious.
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish, German