In Belize Bear Grylls demonstrates how to avoid a death slide along a raging river that you're trying to cross.
In Alabama, Bear Grylls matches his wits against those of a wild pig.
How fast can a rattlesnake strike? REALLY FAST. High-speed footage reveals how Bear Grylls can be bitten before his brain can even process he's in any danger.
In Texas, Bear Grylls uses a stick to immobilize a deadly rattlesnake so he can safely behead it.
In Belize Bear Grylls builds a raft and sloooowly makes his way down a shark- and croc-infested river.
In Utah, Bear Grylls tries a new method of lowering himself to the ground from an airplane ... and it doesn't involve a parachute.
In the Dominican Republic, a hungry Bear Grylls hunts for -- and consumes raw -- sea snail.
Bear Grylls catches a large triggerfish and dines on its eyeballs in an effort to stay hydrated.
When you're in the desert, even filthy, stinking water is a welcome sight. See how Bear Grylls creates a filtration system in order to drink from a stagnant spring.
In this Web exclusive video, an uncharacteristically dispirited Bear Grylls fights his way through a dangerous combination of thick cloud, torrential rain and dense vegetation.
While stranded in the Arizona desert, Bear Grylls comes across the remains of a mountain-lion kill and cooks it for his own dinner.
In the wild, most people won't last three days without water. Bear Grylls shows you surprising ways to keep hydrated.
Bear Grylls helps Fan vs. Wild finalist Sean LaCoste face his fear of water as they attempt to cross a fast-moving river in the Canadian wilderness.
Bear recalls how it felt to take a swim in Siberia.
Who needs a pole to go fishing? Bear Grylls prefers his hands (and teeth).