Electric eels, as it turns out are not actually eels, they come from the knife fish family. They are closer to Carp and catfish than they are true eels… They are air breathers that like to inhabit the swamps and creeks around here. And that’s where these guys start their
Some local villagers stumbled upon a giant Anaconda and initially, they were apprehensive encountering the giant snake, until they realized that it was dead. Obviously, something the snake ate disagreed with it. And it’s last meal, was quite literally, it’s “last meal”. So they took their machetes and cut it
A poor unlucky young bird has learned the hard way, what it is that piranhas do for a living. This is what life is like in one of the most unforgiving and dangerous places on the planet. Mistakes are seldom made, but they’re only made once and nature is a
Blowpipe Maker Shares Rare, Ancient Craft In “Balan the Blowpipe Maker,” filmmaker Ross Harrison introduces viewers to an indigenous Malaysian elder and craftsman. “Only a few elders of Borneo’s Penan tribe still know how to make their unique hunting tool, the blowpipe. Balan is the last person in his village
In the Guyana jungle, Kevin Casey and a Makushi tribesman demonstrate one of the most crucial rainforest survival techniques – how to obtain pure drinking water from jungle vines. Then, of course, Kevin makes fun of Bear Grylls… Like and Share!
Florida has some of the most beautiful state parks featuring some of the most amazing wildlife in the country. Take the time to disconnect from our hectic modern world and unwind in one of these places, and I promise you will not regret it. 1. Ocala National Forest Flickr/Phil’s 1stPix
US Military Videos & Photos – Marines with India Battery, Company G., Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, learn jungle survival techniques from Philippine Marines during a training evolution of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2013. Soundbites from Lance Cpl. Julio Velasquez. Produced by Sgt. Paul Robbins Jr.
This well-done experiment, from Tom Mcelroy-Wild Survival, makes survival look challenging but manageable. With coconuts for water and almond trees for sustenance, the guys start off on the right foot. Don’t miss their unique bamboo A-frame shelter. This shelter was labor intensive but certainly worth it. Would this camping trip be