Man vs. Wild

Season 2 Episode 12

Siberia (1)

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM May 30, 2008 on Discovery Channel
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Bear is helicoptered over the Siberian Tundra where he parachutes down. There he must find food and a place to sleep before darkness sets in, in one of the coldest places on Earth.
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  • Awesome

    8.9
    In this episode, Bear Grylls is dropped to Siberia, where he must deal with one of the harshest climates on earth. He does some really crazy things in Siberia, such as jumping into a frozen lake with just his shorts on. he goes to meet with some of the local people who live in Siberia to learn some of their survial techniaues that helps keep them warm in the unforgiving climate. He then cuts up a yak and uses the skin as shelter and eats part of the creature, very gross. Overall, a good episode in an intersesting place, 9/10moreless

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    • Bear: And sometimes when you arrive in a new place that's unfamiliar, unknown from experience, you just need to slow things down, let your senses adapt, and just tune in to the environment.

    • Bear: (in the "tiger forest") This place is just eerily still, and it's like this whole forest is frozen in time. It's snow, and trees, you know, as far as you can see, and there's something quite claustrophobic about this forest.

    • Bear: (about to show how to get out of a frozen lake) And then the last thing I need to do before I go in is tie this safety line around myself. (looking directly at one of his crewmen) If you don't see me come out of that ice within 20 seconds, pull on this rope! I'm serious, you just pull on it, okay?

    • Bear: (after tobogganing down a steep hill) That was just a complete whiteout! It's like zero visibility, it's like being strapped to a human cannonball. But I'm down, out of the mountains, and I do not want to be man-hauling this sled any longer!

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