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Dual Survival – Shipwrecked (part 2)

VIDEO PLAYLIST In this survival scenario, hosts Cody and Dave find themselves on a deserted island off the coast of Nova Scotia — in the dead of winter with plummeting temperatures. Despite the freezing temperatures — and his partner’s objections — Cody doesn’t give in on his indigenous survival strategy, where he lives his life barefoot. Here, he’s only wearing shorts and wool socks. The only items they have are those they’re able to salvage from the life raft they used to reach the island: an emergency Mylar blanket, a plastic tarp, two knives and a single rescue flare. They must use these items and their arsenal of skills to find shelter, build a fire and find food and water, all in sub-zero conditions. Discovery Channel Dual Survival Link More About Dave Canterbury More About Cody Lundin FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the US Copyright Law. dual survival, dual survivor, dave canterbury, cody lundin, discovery channel, survival, bushcraft, Pathfinder School, Aboriginal Living Skills School, wildernessoutfitters, wilderness outfitters, Self Reliance, Primitive Skills, Primitive Living, Woodsmanship, Historical Woodslore,

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25 Responses to “Dual Survival – Shipwrecked (part 2)”

  1. 654654321321 says:

    Dave is shivering while Cody seemingly is not. Go mitochondria?

  2. windofthegods says:

    humans had healthier feet before shoes were invented, thats very interesting, im gonna start goin bare foot more, i used to do it all the time as a kid

  3. GreenManalichi says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 – Im in the opinion that the clouds hide the sun’s rays from warming the earth. Pay mind to clear days versus cloudy ones. You will find for yourself as I did.

  4. InsideDating says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 Overcast skies would keep the heat on the Earth during the night when there is no heat source (the sun), otherwise an open sky at night has a “black body” effect of allowing radiating heat out. During the day overcast skies keep more sunlight minimized and the Earth stays a little colder than with open sky and full sunlight to the Earth.

    Snow and ice make the sunlight have less effect because it’s a white, partially reflective surface though

  5. iworkforme says:

    i hate it when personalities just can’t or won’t learn from or compromise. we are all here to learn from each other. those who always are ridgid subtract and cause ill will. happens all the time in every workplace everywhere! grow up and get over yourself!! small men with a desire for control = tyranists.

  6. longfootbuddy says:

    uh..hawe you ewer seen peoples feet that dont ewer wear shoes? you call them healthy looking? pffffffff

  7. Saiko47 says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 The cold air gets trapped. THe suns rays cant get through to warm them…

  8. zebuzeeba says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 he never said that the overcast skies made it colder, he just mentioned that it was overcast and that it was colder at the same time

  9. CounterStrikeCZ says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 The narrator said that the clouds trap the cool air already on the ground making it cooler, WHEN THE SUN SETS. =) Theres your answer.

  10. abcasd1 says:

    somehow their personalities and abilities to survive complement them

  11. themachinegunn says:

    good show, ive never even heard of it before watching this video…what a shame

  12. nerxboy says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 thats all true, but i think he was refering more to the lack of direct sun light, u know, the main heat source in our galaxy?

  13. nerxboy says:

    @GoldenColts that would be SO awesome.

  14. ragwer says:

    awesome…thanks for upload

  15. ROTTIMAN31 says:

    @gnarvids lol

  16. gnarvids says:

    @ROTTIMAN31 but if the clouds bring moisture its worse conditions.

  17. mtnsnow11 says:

    Great. This is a sure hit. Dave Canterbury rocks.

  18. SupComRaiden2 says:

    @magsevyn Tell that to the skunk.

  19. GoldenColts says:

    bear grylls should come out of nowhere for the lulz

  20. 0oOwn0o says:

    This show is awesome just lower the dramatisation and it will be a hit in the UK

  21. magsevyn says:

    @SupComRaiden2 first, it’s easy to say something that isn’t true over the net. I know skunks (I’m a wildlife rehabilitator) and I know what you say didn’t happen. Second, skunks are semi-hibernators, meaning they get the plug (meaning they can’t spray) but they may still get out and wander in winter. They do not eat, drink or crap though because of the plug. If their spray glands were working they would become impacted, they would get infected, and they would die. Try again.

  22. SupComRaiden2 says:

    @magsevyn Don’t assume to know what animals are around an area before you live there. I used to live in nova scotia, I also got sprayed by a skunk in january.

  23. hunterkiller45 says:

    glad to see someone uploaded this as we in the uk wont get to see this until the autum,thanks buddy for the opertunity of watching it ,as we say in the uk cheers mate .

  24. magsevyn says:

    @SupComRaiden2 Ah no, I live in Wisconsin. Perhaps you could explain what your comment means and I can answer it.

  25. oromisszane says:

    these guys are noobs compared to bear


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