Men Survive Plane Crash In The African Wilderness | I Shouldn't Be Alive S3 EP7 | Wonder


Four men dedicated to protecting wild animals in Africa are flying over a remote escarpment. The plane crashes, and they’re left severely injured and at the mercy of the same animals, they are trying to save. With their plane on the verge of blowing up and only one of them able to move how long can they survive?

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Date: May 6, 2020

44 thoughts on “Men Survive Plane Crash In The African Wilderness | I Shouldn't Be Alive S3 EP7 | Wonder

  1. Mumba was their guide, knew the danger of the area, knew the danger of the animals, and still risked everything and took care of these 3 random people. Everyone has said it but dude was a true hero

  2. At 45:49 you can clearly see a road. They should've simply follow that road to a town. But most importantly, you are in Mumba's country, why the hell does Mumba's life not matter? What happened?

  3. omg as soon as mumba was introduced, i thought from what I've learned from hollywood movies, I have a feeling he doesnt make it. I scroll down to comments and my fears are confirmed. smh

  4. What I learned from watching this series is that you should just automatically ignore the first search party literally everytime, because they are never going to see you anyway.
    Wait for the 2nd one. lol

  5. They defiantly need a different writer for these stories. This is the third time that I've seen people upset because someone was left out or treated differently among the rest of the survivors. Also, this is the first time where I've seen the captain of the ship actually ask one of his survivors to leave the group. I think that was just a bad call. You should never ask someone to leave the group under any condition. He wasn't going to suddenly develop cat skills and become one with the jungle. There was also a lot of benefit to being close to the wreck. At the very least, he could have taken parts of the craft and created a bon fire to send a signal out and they also really did not know if that radio was working or not. The external speakers could have been shot or the radio may have not been tuned correctly. Hope this is a life lesson and that this never happens again. I'm surprised that in three different episodes, everyone did stay together and this was the first time that someone was asked to go.

  6. Flying in an area like that they should have had a firearm on board for protection. You have to plan for the worst. And why would you build a fire so close to all that fuel that leaked

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