Dual Survival

  • 2010
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

Two survival experts share tips for weathering wild locales.

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Dual Survival Trailer
02:03 — Survival experts Cody Lundin and Dave Canterbury take on some of the planet's most unforgiving terrain to demonstrate, in their own way, how the right (more…)
Escape and Evasion
01:38 — When faced with a tough choice in the borderland between Mexico and Texas, Matt and Joe decide to split up.
Joe Teti and Matt Graham Chased Down by Baboons
01:35 — In Namibia, Matt and Joe have to think fast to get away from a troop of angry baboons.
Surviving Namibia
02:22 — Find out how intense the Namibia environment and experience was for Joe Teti and Matt Graham.
Using Plants for Both Food and Shelter
01:16 — Stranded on a tropical island, Matt and Joe split up in search of the supplies they will need to survive.
Survival 101: Nature's Survival Knife
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.
Injury in the Wild Means a Struggle for Survival
01:21 — After Joe Teti injures his knee, it is up to Matt Graham to guide the duo through the thick jungle of Belize.
Survival 101: Building a Simple Shelter
01:14 — In cooler temperatures, it's a good idea to collect lots of natural insulation.
Going Fishing
01:48 — Cody and Joe struggle to haul in a very feisty sharp-toothed tiger fish while they paddle down the river in a small canoe.
Treacherous River King
02:14 — Cody and Joe must cross a deadly river in California to continue their search for safety.
Even Ninjas Fall Sometimes
01:12 — The terrain in Nepal is proving to be tricky even for the master Matt Graham.
Survival 101: Three Things to Look for in Firewood
02:08 — Matt's firestarting techniques may seem magical, but with his advice, you too can find the ideal wood to start a fire.
Takeaways: Surviving the Himalayas
02:27 — Find out what made Nepal a truly special place for both Joe Teti and Matt Graham.
Leave It to Beaver
02:06 — Cody finds a frozen beaver and decides to make a meal of it.
Scuba Gear Desalination
02:43 — Cody Lundin desalinates salt water from the Pacific Ocean using scuba gear. Watch and learn how!
Showing Off Some Skin for Survival
01:53 — Joe and Matt have been bundled up for the Wyoming winter weather, but now they'll have to strip down in order to stay dry.
Matt Graham Starts a Fire in Record Time
01:28 — The firemaster outdoes himself once again.
A Mountain Lion Ate My Beaver
01:45 — Joe Teti returns to check on a snare he set by a beaver den, but is surprised by what he finds.
Joe Teti Throws Some Shade
01:43 — "If Mary Poppins wants to make an umbrella, whatever."
Dual Survival Season 9
The world's toughest survival experts will forge new partnerships to take on some of the most challenging wilderness environments on an all-new season (more…)
Dual Survival Season 9
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Tree Climbing With Jumar Technique
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.
Single Match Gas Test for CO2
03:00 — The cave that could be the perfect shelter could also be filled with carbon dioxide. Bill knows he can test if there's poisonous gas, but it will requ (more…)
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  • Premiered: June 11, 2010
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: Two survival experts share tips for weathering wild locales. (more)

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