01:38 — When faced with a tough choice in the borderland between Mexico and Texas, Matt and Joe decide to split up.
01:35 — In Namibia, Matt and Joe have to think fast to get away from a troop of angry baboons.
02:17 — To get a better viewpoint of the landscape, Grady prepares the single rope he has to climb this grandmother tree with the Jumar Tecnique.
03:04 — In cold weather survival, you want to get warm as fast as possible. Insulation is from the the cold ground is key when readying a shelter.
02:07 — Grady and Bill get below the snow line right into the threshold of a rushing water source. Their decision: go around it along a dangerous rock line.
01:09 — In the North Woods, Bill and Grady faced worst-case-conditions for hypothermia. This is what inspired them to go past their edges and persevere.
02:22 — Find out how intense the Namibia environment and experience was for Joe Teti and Matt Graham.
01:16 — Stranded on a tropical island, Matt and Joe split up in search of the supplies they will need to survive.
01:01 — Knives are one of the handiest tools to have in a survival situation-- Matt Graham shows us how to make one in a pinch.
01:21 — After Joe Teti injures his knee, it is up to Matt Graham to guide the duo through the thick jungle of Belize.
01:19 — As Grady and Bill wade through deep waters in Cuba, they encounter a giant Cuban crocodile. This isn't your ordinary croc.
01:14 — In cooler temperatures, it's a good idea to collect lots of natural insulation.
01:17 — Bill McConnell skillfully fashions a spearhead from obsidian. His last strike is critical in forming a sharp weapon instead of a broken rock.
01:25 — After a serious hunt for water, Bill recognizes a key indicator of a water source. But is his hippie attitude is starting to be too much for Grady?
02:37 — Dramatically fluctuating temperatures causes dire situations while on location, causing one survivalist to become violently ill.
01:12 — The terrain in Nepal is proving to be tricky even for the master Matt Graham.
02:08 — Matt's firestarting techniques may seem magical, but with his advice, you too can find the ideal wood to start a fire.
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- Premiered: June 11, 2010
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Two survival experts share tips for weathering wild locales. (more)