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Life of Mammals - The Persistence Hunt

Life of Mammals - The Persistence Hunt

Man vs animal in the most primitive of life and death games. A tribesman runner from the Kalahari Desert pursues his prey through the harshest conditions in a gruelling eight hour chase.

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Guest: johno (2372 days ago)
I wonder if the other two got a lift in the helicopter
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I wonder if the other two got a lift in the helicopter
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Guest: ELF-IS (2372 days ago)
The hunter even had time to change his trainers half way through! He started off with white souls underneath and round the edges then finished with all black...wonder where he got them from because his bag couldn't have been big enough for his bottle as well. Hmmm makes you think it was really bad editing.
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The hunter even had time to change his trainers half way through! He started off with white souls underneath and round the edges then finished with all black...wonder where he got them from because his bag couldn't have been big enough for his bottle as well. Hmmm makes you think it was really bad editing.
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Guest: Realist (2371 days ago)
Physiologically we sweat something like 8 times more than a horse per square inch. We dissipate heat faster than most living animals. Our stamina enables us to run marathon lengths. That poor animal didn't stand a chance.
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Physiologically we sweat something like 8 times more than a horse per square inch. We dissipate heat faster than most living animals. Our stamina enables us to run marathon lengths. That poor animal didn't stand a chance.
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Guest: MayorPBP (2372 days ago)
Metal knife, plastic water bottle, running shoes, cotton shorts, very authentic...
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Metal knife, plastic water bottle, running shoes, cotton shorts, very authentic...
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Guest: Jimbo Chester (2372 days ago)
I endedup exhausted just watching the first 3 minutes..It looked a bit false to me..Why did they not just shoot the animal from the helicoptor and do us all a favour. Boring..boring..boring
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I endedup exhausted just watching the first 3 minutes..It looked a bit false to me..Why did they not just shoot the animal from the helicoptor and do us all a favour. Boring..boring..boring
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Guest: (2371 days ago)
I see an opportunity for Tesco here: it'll save all that running about in the sun. Mind you, one of these persistence hunts is nothing compared to doing a weekly shop in a Tesco Extra. Perhaps at the end of the shop, they could ceremonially spear a check-out operator (once they've packed your bags of course).
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I see an opportunity for Tesco here: it'll save all that running about in the sun. Mind you, one of these persistence hunts is nothing compared to doing a weekly shop in a Tesco Extra. Perhaps at the end of the shop, they could ceremonially spear a check-out operator (once they've packed your bags of course).
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Guest: monk (2370 days ago)
Latest comment: Jesus! Get him in the Olympics....and that goes for the cameraman too.
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Latest comment: Jesus! Get him in the Olympics....and that goes for the cameraman too.
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Guest: 839ed (2372 days ago)
The helicopter with relentless drumming help to wear down the kudus' resistance. Seriously though, this is fascinating and moving. We don't usually think of humans as being physically able to run animals to exhaustion.
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The helicopter with relentless drumming help to wear down the kudus' resistance. Seriously though, this is fascinating and moving. We don't usually think of humans as being physically able to run animals to exhaustion.
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