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Dual Survival – S01E04 – Desert Breakdown (3/3)



Cody and Dave head into Peru’s infamous “Valley of the Volcanoes” to take on the ultimate lost-in-the-desert survival scenario — a broken down car miles from civilization, in the middle of an almost barren lava-scorched landscape. They fight volcanic rock, heat exhaustion, altitude sickness, dehydration, rodents and a debilitating illness that literally brings Cody to his knees.

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Dual Survival – S01E04 – Desert Breakdown (2/3)



Cody and Dave head into Peru’s infamous “Valley of the Volcanoes” to take on the ultimate lost-in-the-desert survival scenario — a broken down car miles from civilization, in the middle of an almost barren lava-scorched landscape. They fight volcanic rock, heat exhaustion, altitude sickness, dehydration, rodents and a debilitating illness that literally brings Cody to his knees.

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Beyond Survival with Les Stroud – S01E04 – The hewa of Papua New Guinea (2/3)



Les travels to the wilds of Papua New Guinea to join a never before filmed (or photographed) Hewa ritual honoring the dead. But danger lurks around every corner of Les’s arduous three day journey into the jungle, and he is armed with a machete and bow and arrow.

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Beyond Survival with Les Stroud – S01E04 – The hewa of Papua New Guinea (3/3)



Les travels to the wilds of Papua New Guinea to join a never before filmed (or photographed) Hewa ritual honoring the dead. But danger lurks around every corner of Les’s arduous three day journey into the jungle, and he is armed with a machete and bow and arrow.

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Beyond Survival with Les Stroud – S01E04 – The hewa of Papua New Guinea (1/3)



Les travels to the wilds of Papua New Guinea to join a never before filmed (or photographed) Hewa ritual honoring the dead. But danger lurks around every corner of Les’s arduous three day journey into the jungle, and he is armed with a machete and bow and arrow.

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