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Surviving In The Jungle As Part Of A Tribe | Man Hunt S1 EP3 | Wonder

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In today’s episode of Man Hunt, Hayden learns the art of tracking, finding and catching your food. He also comes face-to-face with a unique tribal tradition of sharpening your teeth with a knife, and yes, it’s as painful as it sounds.

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Join Hayden Turner as he experiences how the people who live in the far corners of the world survive. Experiencing their way of life and learning how they hunt and forage for food, Hayden learns first hand exactly what it means to hunt.

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Date: May 6, 2020

32 thoughts on “Surviving In The Jungle As Part Of A Tribe | Man Hunt S1 EP3 | Wonder

  1. I have a question.
    If these tribes are hunter gatherers who are essentially still in the stone age and lacking in metallurgy, where do they get their metal/iron hunting implements from ??
    Do they have barter relations with some other tribe who have metallurgy ?

  2. Its understandable for these tribals as hunters and gatherers. However, as jungle people and to hunt for 10 hours just for 5 kilograms of meat? It puts a question on abundance of wildlife in the world today.

  3. What is this? Is this horror or porn??? This is pure nature am i right? I don't understand why you can not see everything. For example how they cut up the snake. Is it so extreme? Weird. But verry interesting by the way.

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