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Teamwork in a survival situation is of utmost importance. But what happens if the team consists of a mismatched husband and wife, trying to survive in harsh outdoor conditions while rarely seeing eye to eye? That's the scenario in "Man, Woman, Wild," which features former Special Forces survival expert Mykel Hawke and his wife, Ruth, a journalist, who are plunked in a remote location for four days and nights. From building a shelter to hunting for food to finding a way out, Mykel and Ruth must find common ground as he teaches her the skills to survive in the wildest places on Earth.

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A surprise storm in the Scottish Highlands forces Mykel and Ruth down a mountain in the hopes of finding a fishing village.
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Ruth and Myke Hawke leave a dark cave facing dangerous extremes.
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Ruth and an ill Myke are lost in the remote wilderness of Kentucky.
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Surviving a trek down a mountain covered in ice is only the beginning of the journey.
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Ruth descends into a hypothermic situation after falling into an ice-cold stream; Mykel must quickly build a fire and try to avoid a persistent black bear at the same time.
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Mykel and Ruth are stranded in a mountainous high desert region when their donkey runs off with all of their supplies.
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Shipwrecked on a desert island without water; converting garbage into a distiller.
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Mykel and Ruth are stranded, alone, on the island of Montserat, directly in the path of a destructive volcano.
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Mykel and Ruth's raft deflates, and they find themselves on a deserted island in the Bahamas.
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It's flood season in the Amazon and Mykel and Ruth battle hunger and piranhas when they become trapped in a wobbly canoe.
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Myke and Ruth's camp and supplies are destroyed by a forest fire, forcing them to flee the flames.
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Ruth and Mykel are stranded at sea when their boat breaks down 20 miles off the shore of the Bahamas in the Bermuda Triangle.
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Mykel and Ruth find themselves in a jungle in the Dominican Republic.
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Mykel and Ruth must elude black bears and other hidden hazards in the Smokey Mountains.
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Mykel and Ruth must survive Alaska's spring thaw after their snowmobile breaks down in the wilderness.
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Myke and Ruth wash up on the shores of the remote, rat-infested desert island of Aitutaki, surrounded by water but without a drop to drink.
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When their raft overturns in the waters of Colorado, Myke and Ruth find themselves stuck with a barren canyon on one side and a raging river on the other.
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The survival adventure turns deadly when Ruth collapses from the broiling heat of the Mexican desert.
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Mykel and Ruth battle hypothermia, dehydration and hunger on the coastline of Tasmania.
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Myke and Ruth get blown off course while sky diving and find themselves lost in gator country.
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Myke and Ruth's safari vehicle breaks down.

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