Ray Mears World Of Survival
In ‘Ray Mears World of Survival’ the British survival expert heads to a variety of remote locations to explore the ways in which indigenous people live. Ray witnesses how they utilise natural resources enabling them to thrive in terrain that is considered by most to be inhospitable and dangerous. In Namibia, he experiences life in the drought-stricken Kalahari bush. Here, he learns the craft of poisoned arrow-making and antelope tracking. Ray also travels to Indonesia, where he meets the rainforest-dwelling Nuaulu people. They teach him how to use bamboo for catching fish and cooking food. In each episode, Ray demonstrates how much we can learn from these ancient skills and techniques and how they are still applicable in modern times.
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