Gary Golding, of "Naked and Afraid" fame, then videoed himself dissecting and eating the creature. Though his trademark as "the Tarzan of LA" is to consume as little as possible, TMZ posted the video of him eating the creature, and a firestorm erupted. The TMZ-released video, which is no longer on Golding's social channels, shows him as he performs a necropsy on the baby dolphin to "see if there is any plastic inside. Then the self-described survivalist decides to consume the creature, "so it doesn't go to waste. There are many reasons a dolphin may suffer and die, then wash onshore, according to Pacific Marine Mammal Center spokesperson Krysta Higuchi. All of them are important to investigate, which is a task best left to professionals, Higuchi said. It is unknown what species of dolphin Golding found and consumed, and it is also unknown why it died. Again, Higuchi tells Patch, those determinations should be made by professionals.
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Network: Discovery. Discovery Channel takes the ubiquitous survival show theme to the next level by stripping it to its bare essentials. Two complete strangers -- a man and a woman -- meet in a very unique way: They're stranded in a dangerous, desolate location, without food and water, and they're completely naked. Each episode follows the two as they attempt to survive on their own for 21 days, with nothing but one personal item each and the knowledge that the only prize is their pride and sense of accomplishment. Because there is no other choice, the couple quickly get to know each other -- and their surroundings -- and hope that their instincts, survival skills and intestinal fortitude will serve them well. Dropped into Guyana's scorching savannah, two Naked and Afraid superfans fight the oppressive heat and constant insect attacks. Scorching temperatures lead to severe dehydration and force a desperate fan to risk illness by drinking unsanitary fluids.
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Hammer, a Cocoa Beach native, is a survivalist instructor for the popular Discovery Channel reality series. They both have these flat bundles of flowers. One of them is elderberry, that has edible fruits. That would be an error that you didn't want to be responsible for," he said. Unfamiliar with "Naked and Afraid? Hammer has provided field expertise during two Florida-based "Naked and Afraid" episodes:. Discovery Channel description: " One Army mom and one Marine are shipped out to the sweltering swamps of the Florida Everglades where they will put their military survival training to the test, facing 8-foot alligators, venomous water moccasins and blood thirsty mosquitoes.
If you don't want football or scripted drama Sunday night, there's "Naked and Afraid. The Discovery Channel series returns with new episodes to continue the second half of its third season. The episode airs at 10 p. Here's the show's premise, courtesy of Discovery: "A new pair of complete and total strangers -- one man and one woman -- will find themselves stranded in and exposed to one of the world's most extreme environments. The duo -- both survivalists with their own expertise -- will be dropped with no food, no water The goal: survive for 21 days.