Man vs. Wild

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With little more than the clothes he wore, survival expert Bear Grylls goes hand in hand with some of the toughest of the Earth, most remote environments in each episode on the edge of your seat, MAN VS. WILD. Grylls faces sweltering desert temperatures, icy rivers, angry and hungry predators as he fights for survival using techniques he learned as a soldier of the British special forces.

You’ll never see the outdoors in the same way again! The Rockies: In this episode, Grylls encounters a grizzly bear, jumps off a cliff 70 feet and floats about 12 km treacherous white water and freeze, all on a diet of rattlesnake, raw fish and worms. European Alps: Armed with only a knife, water bottle, a cup and a flint to make fire, Grylls parachutes in this range. From a radical new technique that could help save lives in areas of cracks, to build a snow shelter to survive alpine storms, to demonstrating how to escape from a fall on a frozen lake, Grylls puts their skills to the test. Selva, Costa Rica: the challenge Grylls is making his way to civilization from within the rainforest of Costa Rica with only a knife and a bottle of water. His journey takes him up to 100 feet stroke trees and waterfalls, through secondary forest and mangroves to the sea.

Moab desert in this incredible journey back to civilization, Grylls travels through a maze of narrow canyons, encounters rattlesnakes and escapes quicksand. Sierra Nevada: This time, carrying only a water bottle and cup, Grylls shows us how to survive in the dangerous deceptively impressive but the Sierra’s three main mountain regions. Alaska Range Grylls Join this challenge and that scales the icy peaks of the Chugach Mountains, Alaska, one of the harshest environments on the planet. Mount Kilauea: Composed of a desolate area of solidified lava which stretches for 33,000 hectares, this environment is one of the most inhospitable in the world. One tourist a week is rescued from its lava fields. Grylls deliberately puts in the position of one of those lost tourists, putting his survival skills to the ultimate test. Desert Island: Grylls eats sea urchins and fish eyes, is clearly the coral reefs, rip currents and surf ruthless and comes face to face with sharks. African Savannah: Grylls demonstrates how to find water, build shelters, use of natural medicines and prevent attacks from elephants and rhinos. On their journey to safety, Grylls eats the flesh of a lion kill in this thrilling episode.

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