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Man vs Wild: Season Three

June 8, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

  • ISBN13: 0014381544527
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Description
Bear Grylls has served with the British Special forces, climbed Everest and explored the Arctic. In this exciting series he shows us how to survive the toughes and most visited environments on the planet by putting himself in the position of a stranded tourist. He parachutes into rain forests, abseils into deserts and lakes, and onto the highest, most inhospitable peaks in America. Using his specialist survival techniques to find his way out of these wildernesses he climbs sheer cliffs, navigates white water and icy crevasses, encounters snakes, spiders and predators and forages for food, from maggots and raw fish, to roots and berries.

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Man vs Wild: Season Three

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5 Responses to “Man vs Wild: Season Three”
  1. Cerebellum says:

    Bear Grylls has a somewhat entertaining show but it is completely worthless from a survival standpoint. I do not like the Title “Man vs. Wild”? There are enough people going against the natural world already. That title gives nature a bad name, like it is something you must fight against. The man has admitted to staging scenes of the show and staying in hotel rooms, to me, that discredits almost anything he has to say about natural living. If you are only interested in entertainment, then this show deserves about three stars. However, if you are interested in learning survival information, or not interested in seeing a fool run around in the woods, I would highly recommend Survivor Man. Also, any of Tom Brown’s field guides are great for a person who is truly interested in survival and not just cheap entertainment. All of this goes without even mentioning the piles of dangerous advice given on this show.

    In the screen shots of this dvd set on Amzon’s own page, you sea a picture of Edward pole vaulting down a mountain. Imagine if you were in a survival situation, and you are stupid enough to pole vault down a mountain, you fall and break your leg, what would you do? Live longer and healthier, do not listen to a word of advice you get from this show.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. D. Hawkins says:

    We bought this for my Dad, who doesn’t have cable tv, and he LOVED it. He’s an outdoorsy kind of guy – the type who can label all the different mosses and trees on a nature hike. We also watch this with our 4 1/2 year old and 2 1/2 year old, and they LOVE “the Bug show” they call it. They end up building forts and rivers in the living room – whatever they saw Bear do lately. My husband & I also enjoy this show, and even though you don’t know what has been staged and what is real, it is a fun, entertaining and educational show.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Matt Eckert says:

    Just got down watching season 3 and it was great. I love the outdoors, camping, fishing etc. This dvd makes sense in a lot of ways, maybe I won’t kill a alligator or a python but he does have some good ideas on survival. I found all dvd’s to be entertaning and fun to watch. Bear looks like he can adapt to any situation and he is not afraid of anything, maybe because he is trained? I thing everyone will enjoy this season.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Jo says:

    I definitely enjoyed the season. I was hoping that the episode with Will Farrell was going to be in it but to my dismay, i will have to wait for the next season. there was a little bit of stagnancy in the situations Bear had to face. a lot of the situations that were left for him didn’t pan out as unexpected. must say that the bee-sting in the face on the salt pans was a test of endurance. made it through just as the WILDMAN always does. this season is definitely a good addition to the collection.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. C. Roberts says:

    This is the greatest show on the Discovery Channel by far. Before Man vs Wild I was not very interested in the outdoors but now I’m hooked. I was always in sports growing up and now I want to take that athleticism and apply it to the outdoors. This show has shown me so much of what I have been missing out on in life and I want to get out there and explore just like Bear.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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