Rain in the jungle can be absolutely brutal. For the first time in Survivorman history, Les can't seem to get a fire going. Yes, the weather was THAT bad!
Even Survivorman Can't Get a Fire Going in This Storm
Les sets out to make a trail using duct tape. He feels guilty when he confuses a group of tree cutter ants.
Making Trails and Protecting Ants
Les explains the lemon system and how he uses it to determine whether or not it's safe to continue onwards.
The Lemon System
When Les injures himself while making a fire, he must treat his hurt finger... using a hot needle.
Mending a Hurt Finger
Les demonstrates thee different ways to catch fish, using minimal tools and resources.
Spear Fishing in Tonga
While exploring India’s foothills, Les survives by eating termites and avoiding the area’s most dangerous creatures: elephants and tigers.
Les demonstrates one of the most basic ways to scare away one of India’s most ferocious creatures, the bengal tiger.
Coughing to Scare Tigers
Les is recreating the story of a family lost in the Oregon woods. He's recreating it with a "surrograte family" who help him create a warm cocoon of bedding from ferns.
Creating a Fern Cocoon
Les shows how to build a fire with the most basic items someone might take on a hike. His goal is to survive a cold Oregon night like a family did in a real-life survival story.
Just Take Something
As Les tightens up his tarp, he gives a very easy demonstration on how to create a few survival knots.
Survival Knot 101
Les changes up the test for both himself and the Romanian Search and Rescue team. He creates a medical situation. He’s sent a signal and now marks his location for rescue.
Marking a Trail
Les is lost. He went downhill and almost over a cliff, only to face a dead end. After an exhausting climb back uphill to the road, he stops and reflects on his mistakes.
You Go Back
es starts his trek in the Caucus Mountains by organizing. He’s found something vital for any survival situation - a source of water. He rearranges hit survival kit to take as much as he can.
Les picks up Joe after leaving him alone for a night with only two items. He hopes Joe has been motivated by his experience to start learning survival skills from what he hears and observes.
Learning the Survivorman Way
For the first time, Les Stroud takes a fan into the wilderness to survive alongside him. He starts with a surprise…Joseph McConnell gets only two survival items to take with him.
Real Survival Isn’t As Easy As It Looks
After honing his skils and with the help of Hollywood experts, Les creates several casts to put before eminent Bigfoot researchers.
Can Les Hoax The Experts?
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