This Man Survived Over Three Weeks Lost In The Jungle | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP7 | Wonder


Fresh-faced twenty two year old Brit Benedict Allen embarks on an epic six-month expedition which will take him from the mouth of the Orinoco River to the Mouth of the Amazon River through six hundred miles of uncharted jungle. On the final leg of his journey Benedict meets two gold miners who steal his guides then threaten to kill him. Fearing for his life Benedict is forced to tackle the wilds of the Amazon with only his faithful dog, Cashew, for company.

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Date: May 6, 2020

43 thoughts on “This Man Survived Over Three Weeks Lost In The Jungle | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP7 | Wonder

  1. Hold on. Dude really ate his dog or the dog? Whatever.
    He’s in a jungle and spent a considerable amount of time with guides and doesn’t know you can live, and live quite well off of insects?
    “Oh I want to be a great explorer!”
    You think them boys didn’t buckle down and crush it a couple of times?
    Damn, some actually taste pretty good when you’re hungry enough to eat a dog.
    I mean, you’d think he’d have figured that he couldn’t eat the dog when he couldn’t eat the palm berries.

  2. I call BS…… So your trying to say that you didn't see if the dog was carried away down the river or not…. How the fxuk would you not know what happened to the dog! You either saw it drown or you saw it carried down the river, so thats the first bit of bs right there…
    Which then tells me that your "Daddy" is rich, & your his little rich son, & you want so much to be an explorer to look good in "Daddy's" eyes…… So you go out there realise your a tool whos just a snob, So you make up this story of how you lost your dog then it found you 40 miles into the jungle, which is complete bs in itself, & then you had to eat it to survive lmaooo BS….. You thought that would make you out to be the explorer that you so wished to be……. Your an idiot liar… You didn't eat your dog no way! & lets just say you did, that just makes you a horrible cxnt.. I guarantee you made your mum n dad believe that you nearly died so they would give you any money you wanted so you could spend your privileged live travelling the world for free… So your plan worked.

  3. This is the only episode so far where I wasn't happy for someone being rescued. He killed and ate his best friend. It's fortunate that it wasn't a child who was with him instead!!!!

  4. What didn't make sense to me is he knew he couldn't digest food but still kill his dog to end up not eating it. No matter how hungry I was I couldn't kill my dog. That dog loved him that even showed by him walking all those miles to be with him. That was saddest part of this short film.

  5. I have watched all the episodes in the series. Each survivor shows a wide range of emotions when telling his/her story. This guy is the only person that tells the story with no emotion and completely monotonous, especially when talking about killing the dog. He does not get emotional at all, not even a pause! This film portrays he had a connection with Cashew but I doubt it! But hey, I was not in his shoes and cannot even imagine how hungry, thirsty and desperate he was. I should NOT be this judgemental! But then again, no sign of emotion man!!!

  6. The man behaves like his idols. Why did so "explorers" take dogs, horses, donkeys on their trips? After carrying them and their stuff to their destinations (or not – like Amundsen etc), the animals were eaten!!! If this guy had not forgotten his gun, he would have hunted down exotic animals. Seems to attract people to watch the gruesome man. I find it kind of boring. There is little one can learn from this self pitying guy who would have left his dog behind anyway, not to contaminate his own dogs back home. Is there any benefit in this career? Any new insight or means to broaden soul and mind? Or to become what explorers thrived for? Inspirations? What a predictable end! Just another absurd and saddening repetition of the same old story.

  7. Because of his childish fantasies and his incredibly idiotic decision to trust some strangers, 2 people and a dog were killed for nothing. This scumbag comes across as extremely self serving and lacking in compassion. Wish the miners had slit his throat instead or that malaria had finished him off. He does not deserve to be alive. F*ck you Benedict.

  8. Such a selfish man, left behind his 2 guides with a person who want to kill him, ate his own dog and consider himself as servivor. No he is not

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