Find out why Fan vs. Wild finalist Sean wanted to go into the wild with Bear.
Stuck on a mountain without a rope or harness? Bear Grylls has the solution.
A brave but anxious Jake Gyllenhaal uses a rope to traverse a VERY deep ravine.
Jake Gyllenhaal finds that the scent of sheep carcass is ... horrible.
Bear Grylls must fight his own body weight as he tries to cross a raging river.
Bear Grylls catches a large triggerfish and dines on its eyeballs.
Desperate for food in the Torres Strait, Bear Grylls uses his urine to try to lure a shark close enough to catch.
Fan vs. Wild finalists Sean LaCoste and Joe Resto record the moments leading up to their meeting Bear Grylls.
While swimming off the coast of Panama, Bear Grylls has the privilege -- and scare -- of swimming alongside massive humpback whales.
In Turkey, Bear Grylls happens across a week-old goat carcass, and finds uses for its remains. Watch "Man vs. Wild" only on Discovery Channel.
Man vs. Wild cameraman Simon Reay recalls the Urban Jungle shoot, when he almost became stuck following Bear Gryllsn through a ventilation shaft.
Will Ferrell of Land of the Lost feels the cold on Men vs. Wild with Bear Grylls.
Bear recalls a porcupine hunt with native tribesmen.
Bear Grylls isn't the only one in danger when filming in rapids and other watery situations ... Hear from director of photography Simon Reay.
Too much slack in the line means Bear Grylls must fight his own body weight as he tries to cross a raging river in the Caucasus Mountains.
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