Articles Blog

Worms and crabs, episode 4, survival in the forest

Worms and crabs, episode 4, survival in the forest

In dry season, forests become harsh A fallen tree with a bad smell It’s a indication of the impact here which are the insects – they’re eating inside the tree The delicious and greasy worms For long-term survival, a stable food supply is required Small streams often have amphibians A crab It’s quite fishy and …

Articles Blog

Bird traps in the stream, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 88

Bird traps in the stream, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 88

Wild birds like taking bath when it is cold Take sticky sap from tree bark Crush Add water then filter by stream water Although water can make it less sticky, it still stick well to my hand Bamboos are chopped, dried, covered with sap continue to be dried by fire to increase adhesion Birds are …

Articles Blog

Glue stick from plant bark, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 87

Glue stick from plant bark, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 87

Bananas are the very safe water supply Only need to make a hole near the corm The water will rise upward through reverse osmosis process But be careful of the insects It tastes acrid because it still contains banana sap The trap was sprung but it’s unsuccessful A ground squirrel So delicious The sap is …