Man vs Wild: Moving at Night in the Savannah
On Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild," host Bear Grylls suggests moving at night in order to avoid dehydration. Watch as he discusses some of the dangers of nighttime in the Savannah.
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Man vs Wild: Escaping Muddy Sink Hole
Muddy bogs in the Everglades can be very deceptive. Bear Grylls demonstrates how to get out of a sink hole if you should fall in one on Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild."
Man vs Wild: Bear in the Amazon Jungle
Bear Grylls is stuck in the Amazon Jungle and needs to make a fire to keep warm and dry, but he isn't having much luck. Learn survival skills in this video from Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild."
Man vs Wild: Amazon Wildlife
On Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild," Bear Grylls talks about some of the wildlife in the Amazon jungle and their survival strategies.
Man vs Wild: Deadly Jungle Plants
On Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild," Bear Grylls talks about the magnificent, but deadly plant life found in the Amazon rainforest.
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Mykel and Ruth must hunker down in the cave and wait until daylight to continue their journey. They use hand gel to create a fire, which provides them with two essentials for survival - light and heat.
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Mykel and Ruth encounter a problem in the mountains of Croatia - minefields leftover from the war in the '90s. Although the duo are enjoying the beautiful scenery in the northern region, they know they need to make a quick exit.
Man, Woman, Wild: Out Of The Cave
Ruth and Myke Hawke attempt to make their way out of a vast dark cave in Croatia, avoiding sinkholes and falling stalactites. The couple must follow the air flow and hope it leads them to the outside world.
Man, Woman, Wild: Salute The Sergeant Major
As the pair head down the treacherous Velebit Mountains in Croatia, Mykel spots their first chance for a meal in two days. Ruth plays "homemaker" and reminds Myke know who's the boss.
Man, Woman, Wild: A Caviar Surprise
Stranded in the vast, frozen emptiness of Alaska, Mykel and Ruth are in desperate need of food. After catching a wild salmon, the pair soon realize they are in for a special treat -- caviar.
Man, Woman, Wild: Flaming Tampons
Mykel and Ruth use an unconventional item to start a fire -- an American-made tampon. According to Mykel, American tampons are much better at igniting fires than their British counterparts.
Man, Woman, Wild: Trekking on Thin Ice
Mykel and Ruth trek across a crevasse-ridden glacier in Alaska. They must traverse the icy mountain and its deadly pitfalls to make it into bear territory.
Man, Woman, Wild: It Sucks, But It's Home
After making it down the glacier, Mykel and Ruth know it's in their best interest to build a shelter and rest. Although the conditions are miserable, the duo make-do with their new home.
Man, Woman, Wild: Be Weary of the Berries
It's Day 2 in the Daniel Boone National Forest, and Mykel is searching for berries. He follows this rule - "Red and blue are good for you, yellow and white just ain't right, and for red it's 50/50, could be good, could be dead."
Man, Woman, Wild: Wisdom by the Water
Mykel is suffering from a bad stomach bug, so he makes sure to drink plenty of spring water to stay hydrated. While drinking from the river, he explains why it's important to bring the water to his face, as opposed to sticking his face to the water.
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While in the Amazon, Mykel and Ruth must eat fatty maggots for dinner. Although Ruth is hesitant, Mykel insists the larvae are essential for survival.