Nastiest Things Eaten by Bear Grylls
Bear Grylls, host of Discovery Channel's Man vs. Wild, has eaten some down-right nasty stuff, but which is the nastiest?
In Episode 7, Season 1, Bear travels to Northern Kenya. Lacking vital fluids to survive the blistering heat, Bear shows us how to squeeze fecal juice out of fresh elephant dung.
In this episode, Bear Grylls, lacking vital nutrients to keep him warm, traps a Caribou, drinks its blood and feasts on its heart.
In Episode 2 of Season 2, Bear braves scorching Sahara desert. To keep himself hydrated, Bear show us how to extract fluids from the bowels of a dead camel.
In Episode 13 of Season 1, Bear travels through the Kimberley region of Australia. Forced by extreme heat, Bear drinks his own urine to avoid death by dehydration.
In Episode 10 of Season 3, Bear travels through the rugged terrain of the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania. In a region full of Brown Bears, Grylls shows us how to extract vital nutrients from their droppings.
In Episode 1 of Season 2, Bear makes his way through the scorching heat of the Saharan desert. On route he runs across a large camel spider, a good source of protein in this barren location.
In Episode 7 of Season 1, as Bear stumbles upon a rotting Acacia tree while traversing through the African Savanna on lookout for lunch. In no time he finds two large, protein-rich Rhino Beetle larvae.
In Bear's Ultimate Survival Guide Special Part 2, the host is once again caught in the Sahara, where locals treat him to raw goat testicles.
In Episode 13 of Season 1, Bear travels through the dry riverbeds and cliffs of Kimberley, Australia. Finding a mildly poisonous crucifix spider in a nearby wood pile, he shows us how to eat it.
In Episode 13 of Season 2, Bear Grylls journeys through Siberia, the land of ice. There he learns a vital survival trick from the local Tuvans: how to drink blood from a freshly killed yak.
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