Since escaping from a Brazilian breeding program fifty years ago, KILLER BEES have managed to live up to thier deadly reputation: they've claimed one thousand lives in the Americas and show no signs of stopping.
The XIX century was a time of great expeditions, but Central Asia and its heart, Tibet - mysterious and hidden in the mountains - was still a blank on the world map. Russian explorer Nikolay Przhevalsky was the first to venture into a land where there were neither maps nor roads. Who was he really? A great scientist or a Russian spy? Why did the locals in Asia call him a Saint?