The original wild Bear Grylls from the show ‘Man vs. Wild’. His only comparison is himself. Bear has eaten snakes, frogs, earthworms to survive in the harsh jungle environment.
When Bear Grylls was in the Northern Territory of Australia, he caught a snake and killed it with his mouth and ate it raw.
He did the deed without even thinking for a moment whether the snake was poisonous or not. He had to rely on animals to survive. In this way, Bear taught how to fight everywhere, be it desert sand or dangerous environment, deserted island, how to save life and return to the destination by sea.
Edward Michael Grylls aka Bear Grylls was in the British Army’s Special Forces. Bear broke three bones in his spine in an accident during training on the job. According to doctors, he will never be able to walk again. Later he had to retire from the army. However, like the show, he has survived in his personal life as well, without giving up and recovered and went out on the expedition.
He conquered the Himalayas at the age of 23. Join ‘Man vs. Wild’. This adventurer crossed the North Atlantic Ocean in an 11 meter long boat. He recorded an open air dinner at 7600 meters. Beer believes that everything can be conquered with two things. A sense of humor is another spirit.
However, the number of injuries suffered by Bear Grylls is high. During these adventures, he broke his shoulder, bone, elbow, knee. Also bitten by jungle snakes, bats, scorpions and mosquitoes. Since 2006, the viewers have seen Bear’s tough fight in one episode after another.
‘Man vs. Wild’ has reached over 1.2 billion viewers in 200 countries. Several Hollywood and Bollywood stars accompanied him on this show. Kate Winslet, tennis star Roger Federer, US President Barack Obama, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bollywood’s Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh and many others shared the journey with Beer.
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