Survive the Tribe Solomon Shark Hunters

Survive the Tribe Solomon Shark Hunters

Hazen Audel joins the world’s most elite fisherman on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean. Here he must prove himself in a series of challenges to determine whether he is brave enough and skilled enough to haul in one of the ocean’s top predators from a dugout canoe. With his bare hands, Hazen must catch a shark. Molaa village lies on a coral atoll in the eastern Solomon Islands. Over 6,000 miles from home, Hazen is isolated on a small island, with white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. But surviving out here is tough and Hazen must learn the necessary skills. Hazen learns how the coconut tree can provide vital water, food, fire material and wood, while the breadfruit tree can be transformed into the perfect dugout canoe. He learns to spear fish in waters teeming with some of the deadliest sharks on the planet and gets sent out into open waters in the middle of the night, all before setting off on a solo mission to haul in a shark with his bare hands.

  • 2014
  • 00:44:02
  • 15-17
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Spear fishing -- Solomon Islands [LCSH] Sharks -- Solomon Islands [LCSH] Wilderness survival [LCSH] Indigenous peoples [LCSH] Science [LCSH] Environmental sciences [LCSH]
Hazen Audel (Host), George Pagliero (Director), Nicholas White (Producer)
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