Sixty five million years ago, a meteor hit the earth, and killed nearly all life on the planet. Out of the ashes, one hardy reptile managed to survive in New Zealand. With a third eye, razored back, and other bizarre adaptations, New Zealand’s tuatara outlasted not just the dinosaurs . . . but the rest of its family. Journeying from an isolated South-Pacific refuge to the crocodile-infested estuaries of northern Australia, we’ll unlock the mystery of how the Tuatara survived to the present day.