365 Days How I Survival, Cooking And Building In The Rain Forest - Full Video

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Recently, I have been through a 365-day journey in the rainforest of Vietnam. Using only natural things and primitive skills, I have to create shelter, find food and drinking water for survival. My goal is not simply to survive for 365 days, I also have to create conditions for long-term survival in the forest.

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Onet Animal
Onet Animal 6 ай бұрын
All of the channels like this need to get together and make a village.
Geralda Marseille
Geralda Marseille 19 күн бұрын
For real
Thunderclaw55 Ай бұрын
Oh my gosh yesss
Daily sensation
Daily sensation Ай бұрын
Eternity Ай бұрын
Gabi_Gryffindor Ай бұрын
I Totally agree
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
Just Some Guy without a Mustache 20 күн бұрын
Not only is this impressive, but in the future, this may come in handy for the viewers in case someone ever gets stranded and they have to survive by themselves in the wilderness.
AJ 25
AJ 25 Күн бұрын
this is all fake u know? look at the green screens ahaha
Haru Glory
Haru Glory 10 күн бұрын
Oh you mean useful if that we all turning into stone and wake up 3, 700 years later right.
Anor Ali
Anor Ali 11 күн бұрын
انت اسطوره
cool person
cool person 11 күн бұрын
1) Proven comment botter 2) Realistically, you'd be trying to find a way back to civilization. Not make your own
Tip Of The Iceberg
Tip Of The Iceberg 12 күн бұрын
Not really man. This guy probably took YEARS to learn this stuff to be THIS done efficient PLUS his lineage may have all a knack for it and talents for certain things can also be genetic so no most people could watch this over and over and they'd still be screwed. This guy may be an engineer with loads of money working on this as a hobby, maybe a construction worker
K K 25 күн бұрын
This must have been hard to edit because of footage of 365 days…. I also like how he explains what he’s doing, and the materials he’s using, to build with saying it in subtitles.
Lantin 10 күн бұрын
@C. Bone you realize that this is an hour long of footage. Which means every time he would finish making a segment he would power off the camera which conserved its battery life. Allowing him to have a camera battery life to last this long.
Olivia Ebling
Olivia Ebling 11 күн бұрын
@byeah I mean. His hair grew out throughout the video and no way all that could’ve been made in a week. I’m sure it was longer than that, but he definitely had to have had actual food and shelter through this process.
Say no
Say no 13 күн бұрын
He didn't stay actually there for a year, and he probably got crews filming and editing. They got the whole team
byeah 14 күн бұрын
@Ben Levy yeah there's no way this was 365 days, he barely aged and neither did any of the animals. Zero wear and tear on his buildings too, need a rooster to fertilise the eggs but only has a hen. I think he only took a week here lol
Ben Levy
Ben Levy 14 күн бұрын
@byeah no i think he just has like some people with actual tools and when he eats his "first meal" he says days of hard work witout food bruh you would literly be starving this man probly brought a trailer to probly sleep at the night
DondeRob 18 күн бұрын
When I think of survivaling, I think of digging holes to make shelter with leaves and moss, spending all day to find some food and water, while slowly starving. What you're doing here is so next level. I love this idea. Not survivaling in the rain forest, but just living there. Amazing!
P Tb
P Tb 11 күн бұрын
bq 13 күн бұрын
Junchie 14 күн бұрын
downwitthe187 14 күн бұрын
sue sana
sue sana 17 күн бұрын
As kids we dig and play in mud and break branches and find rocks, ect, and do it instinctively which is why I feel many people don't like the way our society is set up to regurgitate whatever we can adapt to live off of to exploit our lives instead of living with us the way we do if we're reacting to nature. Their is a point at which we do well when having to work together and appreciate each other. When everything is given and too many people exist no work is done and all is automated. People do not self regulate as a group well, and people do not express what they have to offer and discover the world and interact with it. Judicious use of resources is something to remember. He's with fish, chicken, plants, snails, grubs and himself. Even now we talk about people who in the wealthiest country haven't got enough nutritious food or knowledge or freedom (not being annoyed by others imposition and entitlement is a freedom), to give their kids meals while they go out to work just to have shelter and what we know as the basics, if the kids can't get a school lunch? I remember growing up and being so hungry coming home I just put together whatever there was and was happy I could do that. As I grew older I had to learn in preteen/teens how to grow plants and regrow what was bought and would have been tossed, and instead could grow a garden in the yard & rely on them for food though I wasn't ever taught so I had better meals. We weren't too poor I just had parents who didn't pay much attention to these things so I had to supplement to meet food/health needs. My parents didn't even know it wasn't a weed, lol. I grew sweet potatoes like he did because I'd read you could eat the potato and the leaves, I found plantain suckers growing from the neighbors yards and learned to boil those as starch like potatoes, I learned to boil green mango before the turned ripe if I wanted food and wait for them to cool into a potato like citrus paste to be made that was like baby food or if I used it with left over cooked meat (all that was ever really cooked as a kid and I didn't like eating only meat because I didn't run well on it, you need plant food too). Green papaya doubles as squash in stew, and I was surprised to find others used it as kind of cole slaw and a vegetable as I did as a teen to supplement diet, but i didn't know I was eaten raw. I used to gather sugar packets when sugar wasn't bought to make candy out of macadamia nuts (grew in the yard and are hard to crack so U use a hammer & cloth), coconut pulp, green papaya & citrus peel, and flavored them with 5 cent packs of generic hi-c packets, or herbs I grew like lemon grass, anise, or used imitation vanilla or almond extract ect. I'd keep little bags of that as a kid and eat it instead of buying candy while waiting forever in places to be picked up. I got the candy idea from an old cook book and was actually ashamed of my candy verses the store bought so I'd only eat it if I was alone. I planted a tomato garden with my dad one year that took off and after that I realized cherry tomatoes grew like weeds and could be made into a sauce easy and mixed with canned tuna and garlic and onions and oregano and basil which was all regrown in the yard. I feel that poor kids can be given a wealth of good things if given knowledge and pride in the work they do. IDK why people don' have a garden in ever school that grows basic foods each person can grow east, then learn how to cook ect. It should be required in our schools as part of health, and done so years ago TBH. Any how survival methods like growing a food garden, giving access to places to grow food (public schools, community areas, ect. hell I've planted mulberry, cactus, and lemon grass and herbs ect. on public easy-ways and road side areas and it worked as long as others don' know what's up or care) needs to be passed down in our culture via food and know how ect. Nutrition and foods and knowledge should be like what this man did. Great video.
ViviTronTheReal Ай бұрын
Can we all appreciate the hard work put into this. He didnt have to make this video for us. But he did. Thank you so much! I am extremely impressed
Prince Bakugo
Prince Bakugo 12 күн бұрын
@Wackthdragon why did you watch then lol
Wackthdragon 13 күн бұрын
Well that was one hour of my life wasted on watching a man surviving great waste :D
Rare Fish Memes
Rare Fish Memes 25 күн бұрын
@XXPloondes77 lmao
XXPloondes77 28 күн бұрын
T-series Arabia                                38M
T-series Arabia 38M 13 күн бұрын
Massive respect to this guy for showing us the primitive way of living even tho it took so much energy, time and patience. I hope everyone likes his content and subscribes to his channel for the hard work he’s doing❤️
Tonimarroni 12 күн бұрын
@T-series Arabia 38M No, you doesnt understand me. I not hate this man. The technics from him are very good. But its not Survival what he shows. I think you now what i mean. Sorry my English is not the best.
T-series Arabia                                38M
T-series Arabia 38M 12 күн бұрын
@Tonimarroni brother its not important to check if his lifestyle is fake. He may have had help with several things behind the camera. With food water shelter etc. we know that. There is no need to hate on this man. Hes shown some survival techniques that might be of help to someone someday. ✌️
Tonimarroni 12 күн бұрын
Sorry my friend, all of this Videos are Fake.
Dognamedzeus 11 күн бұрын
This video is truly incredible. Learned a lot from this and you should be so incredibly proud of all you accomplished. Thanks you for making this.
Sdrawkcab 11 күн бұрын
This video is truly incredible nah this video is truly insane
finalfursonavii 9 күн бұрын
I really appreciate the effort put into these, the level of focus and discipline on each task is great and the skills used are really amazing to watch. Thank you
cask1 13 күн бұрын
The tiles are really impressive by the way everything was impressive actually it's amazing what human body is capable of. Just think every bit of that was touched by his hand and molded and shaped and moved by him a tremendous amount of effort was put into this very very impressive
Grayson Olson
Grayson Olson 11 күн бұрын
My only question us where did he sleep before all of this was built?
Garrett Carr
Garrett Carr 12 күн бұрын
Impressive right?
NoodleNacho 4 ай бұрын
Not only did he built a house on his own, but he also made his own heating system. What a legend.
Tee Ess
Tee Ess 3 күн бұрын
@Jhonotit Occasion Not to be too forward, but what have you done that is of value?
Jhonotit Occasion
Jhonotit Occasion 6 күн бұрын
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" "Try to be valuable in life, not just to be successful." Not valuable for material things but ourselves "
Tee Ess
Tee Ess 16 күн бұрын
@Frog Pasta You think he lives in the wild? How does he charge the video vamera batteries?
NoodleNacho 17 күн бұрын
@Frog Pasta What?
Isaiah Green
Isaiah Green 17 күн бұрын
@Leo Hu I’m sorry
OslikusPrime 10 күн бұрын
There is a lot of survival videos on YT, lot's of them are about people with high quality outdoor cloth and gear making cabin somewhere. But this ... this is whole new level. Literally fascinating.
Matthew 18 күн бұрын
I love watching videos like this and seeing so many different perspectives is just incredible. Keep up the great work, I can't wait to see more content! Also, RIP to the pot he used for so much when he made the pancakes!
Noctis Occulta
Noctis Occulta 14 күн бұрын
Finally a guy who takes the work and teachings of Primitive Technology and makes an actual home with those skills. Nice work.
Maxime Dallemagne
Maxime Dallemagne 17 күн бұрын
This is truly inspiring ! It makes me want to connect with the simple things of the nature. Thank you so much for this 😊
Skuares 4 ай бұрын
Hats off to people who survive in a forest like this man! The visual representation of what humans did thousands of years ago to survive just amazes me, it is awesome how humans back then knew to make handmade tools and houses from clay. Respect to this man who does this for us at home to see!
Aleix Ombi Ondredoms
Aleix Ombi Ondredoms 23 күн бұрын
Say thanks to men 😎
Vamsi konda
Vamsi konda 26 күн бұрын
But he didn't even showed night time footage
rita day
rita day Ай бұрын
Эдуард Лобанов из Коми
Эдуард Лобанов из Коми 3 ай бұрын
Вот это хижина! Сссссупер! Если интересно у меня на канале есть видео где мы с друзьями в избе в лесу время проводим. Зимой в тайге .
Joe Schmoe
Joe Schmoe 3 күн бұрын
How the heck did people figure out (potentially thousands of years ago) that eucalyptus ash (prepared in a specific way) made great cement? The inventiveness of our forebearers blows my mind every time
Larry Harrison
Larry Harrison 26 күн бұрын
As I watch him using rocks as cutting tools im amazed at the knowledge he has of building. Here in America we use powered tools and can't get results like that and as fast. I think America needs to hire him to build homes here for all the poor people bc he can build a home in 5 days or less with no power tools only can imagine how good he would be with power tools. Great job my friend and you record this off a wooden camera a rock as the lens. Just kidding
Videomaker1912 20 күн бұрын
If I was trying to build a house in the wild like this guy it would probably take me an entire month
Eddie TheFreak
Eddie TheFreak 22 күн бұрын
i think the process building the house..only the house took him more than 5 day tho..
some random guy
some random guy 25 күн бұрын
Or he could build places for weddings or possibly a place for honeymoons
Jens Mueller
Jens Mueller 11 күн бұрын
Ok, this was an incredibly educational video for me. I think i will try out some of it with my kids, like the pancakes. Thank you man for all the work you put into this.
BENtdnMAN 14 күн бұрын
congratulation! You really arrived to create a peaceful little house in the forest! I can imagine the hard time at the beginning with the weather and no shelter but you did it. I loved the explanation and it was really inspiring and intresting to watch, Thank you :)
anyelo jD
anyelo jD 5 күн бұрын
Rudy Ragner
Rudy Ragner 12 күн бұрын
He is jungle man nothing is to hard vor him
Earl O'Sandwich
Earl O'Sandwich 4 ай бұрын
I appreciate the fact that he explains what he's doing and how long it takes. Fan-tastic job.
rita day
rita day Ай бұрын
raymond bureau
raymond bureau 3 ай бұрын
Tanel Viil
Tanel Viil 3 ай бұрын
People are so dumb. Those guys are probably hired and paid so less that you cant even imagine. And the camera man is also on payroll while the actual RICH guy makes the money on youtube . You suffer no losses if you pay those guys doing all the building almost nothing....it's called slave labor. Also those guys build based on instruction given to them off camera. Any way its all fake , in terms of production. You all should not watch channels like that you just encourage the abuse and exploitation of those poor people by rich guys.
Thoughts for the Builders
Thoughts for the Builders 22 күн бұрын
The last bits of advice in the video are the most important. Thanks for sharing how you had to prepare a bunch before embarking on this adventure. I know before I decide to do something like this, in my own part of the world, to spend just as much time beforehand, learning and practicing and learning some more.
Gregory 12 күн бұрын
This music slaps. It feels like your out there working and crafting a life in the wild for yourself. Also this house is amazing. It's not poor looking it actually looks suitable. All it might need is decoration and so on. This guy is super honorable and I think he can create homes for the homeless, there is so much he could do. He has inspired me and his creativity and knowledge is making this easy for him to build.
Benisa Ramos
Benisa Ramos 28 күн бұрын
Adorei , perfeito seu vídeo ,um dos melhores que vi até agora de todos os canais. Falo aqui do Brasil.
Jean Lewis
Jean Lewis Күн бұрын
Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo. 4 sentadillas son *4.FO/XMELONA* muchas y un buen ejercicio. Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world 🌹😉💖 los mortalesi abian apreciado tan hermosa buenos mujer.k
Chipotle Guest
Chipotle Guest 4 ай бұрын
This man has taught me more about survival in 1.5 hours than my scout leader did in 4 years
Chipotle Guest
Chipotle Guest 10 күн бұрын
@Matiato right back at you
Matiato 11 күн бұрын
Good pfp
Garrett Carr
Garrett Carr 12 күн бұрын
rita day
rita day Ай бұрын
Random youtuber B)
Random youtuber B) Ай бұрын
Same bro
Kacy Reynolds
Kacy Reynolds 21 күн бұрын
Awesome video, if our situations called for us to live this way I'm sure we would rise to the occasion. With varied results, of course, but I'm sure that if sent back to the stone ages we would survive
Messyman 16 күн бұрын
He's not just a man of focus, commitment, and sheer fkn will. He's also a man of patience, skill, endurance, and probably more
Nora 21 күн бұрын
Qué increíble, estoy admirada de lo qué hace este joven.
Kim Jeffrey
Kim Jeffrey 11 күн бұрын
You are amazing! I was totally fascinated watching all the things you know how to do! I thoroughly enjoyed it!
VanGuy 4 ай бұрын
Most people in survival situations make a quick small shelter to keep them warm/out of rain. This man straight up builds a house. I love it!
Zak A
Zak A 10 күн бұрын
I dont think what he did is recommended practice. It is imperative to get any kind of shelter up immediately before undertaking a big house like that. If it rained he would be soaked and would not sleep and could get hypothermia.
@Mauri Myllyaho L
Imme 19 күн бұрын
His bow skills are very, very impressive. Not only making it, its arrows, and a quiver, but being able to shoot so accurately
angelEnrgy 19 күн бұрын
when he cooked the fish i was literally crying of happy tears for him! his first "real" meal. beforehand he was eating tiny bits, but now he had a lot more! pro, very inspirational
ZACH Nelson
ZACH Nelson 19 күн бұрын
This man could afford to live a very lavish life but he does this instead and I fucking respect it
MythWolf 10 күн бұрын
You are positively amazing! What you do here very very few could do now. Everyone is used to technology and the simplicity of life. I wish I had those skills.
shawng7902 4 ай бұрын
No wonder 25 million people watched this. I couldn't stop. Not only is he an extremely smart hard worker, but a total perfectionist. So many things he made perfect that didn't have to be. He just went beyond what had to be done to make stuff perfect. The video blew me away from start to finish.
Aiden Bradford
Aiden Bradford Ай бұрын
@Flynn Wilson 36 mil
Paco Jaxmax
Paco Jaxmax 2 ай бұрын
@Rayven 36 mil
Rayven 2 ай бұрын
35 mill
shawng7902 2 ай бұрын
@Lego Technic TRAINS WOW just WOW!!! I watch so many of these, my only hope is KZhome treats them like everyone else and pays out as they should. These guys could be doing this on the back of their property. Driving Bentlys. I just hope they are fairly paid.
Lego Technic TRAINS
Lego Technic TRAINS 2 ай бұрын
1 month later and almost 35 million
General Cita
General Cita 15 күн бұрын
This is such a good idea oml plz do. I love this way of living, get other primitive tech channels to help you make a village
Hamid Күн бұрын
This one has to be my favorite because he shows him working and getting material's and surviving in the jungle but the others just have jump cuts or just get done in like 10 seconds to do and it shows him eating
writer 14 күн бұрын
This is so advanced, this is almost scary how knowledgeable this guy is about survival and building.
Jack Kapua
Jack Kapua 25 күн бұрын
This man is amazing to build a living situation to his comfort is outrageous on how he built that all by himself. 👏
Antonio Hayes
Antonio Hayes 3 ай бұрын
this guy is incredible. Not only did he build a house, kitchen, farm, a chicken coop, and aquarium. He also made cement, a bone knife, a "simple" chicken trap, pancakes?? AND he did it all with no shirt
Lucas Jensen
Lucas Jensen Ай бұрын
@Phantamyr True, Real Man Power requires more IQ than Minecraft Survival
A brick
A brick 2 ай бұрын
Don’t forget about the heating system
Piotr Woźniak
Piotr Woźniak 2 ай бұрын
no shirt hahahah
Cool Person
Cool Person 2 ай бұрын
He wore the same shorts and presumably underwear for a whole year. That’s undoubtedly the most annoying impressive thing in this video
Hax 2 ай бұрын
finalfursonavii 9 күн бұрын
What is really impressive to me is that they can work so hard physically without any food for days at a time and still stay focused
Travis 10 күн бұрын
i fucking love this guy, And its sad to say he makes something thats beyond difficult... impossible for some and makes it look doable, I applaud his tenacity to do this.
Gift Box
Gift Box 20 күн бұрын
This made me realize that even if you are thrown to the jungle or anywhere, as long as you have basic survival knowledges you can make a livable environment. Just with these knowledges if you were to be put in the stone ages, you could probably be the King/Queen lol
Pink-WaterFall 11 күн бұрын
It's so amazing how he could fit 365 days into 1 hour and 27 minutes
Lain 4 ай бұрын
I have nothing but admiration for this man. All this skill, strength, and mental and physical stamina is impressive. The ability to go from nothing to building a house and tools is incredible, but the moment he started eating fish is the most satisfying part of this entire video. It was a relief seeing him finally dig in to something substantial. A well earned meal in an understatement.
Donald 3 ай бұрын
@Just A Guy 😂😂😂
Just A Guy
Just A Guy 3 ай бұрын
@Donald Get off the internet for once son
Donald 3 ай бұрын
@Just A Guy he also stole the captions. And he you are joining the argument you are so critical of. Hilarious.
Donald 4 ай бұрын
@Goober it does to the original primitive tech. It doesn’t matter to you so it must not matter to anyone
Average Duck Man
Average Duck Man 29 күн бұрын
How does this man edit through 182 hours of footage and choose what to be shown?! You're incredible!
Risky Corp.
Risky Corp. 11 күн бұрын
Patience, consistency, and knowledge of this man is amazing
jose silva
jose silva 19 күн бұрын
melhor que muitos pedreiro de hoje nossa olha isso maravilhoso
jonny rambo
jonny rambo 11 күн бұрын
Amazing. No rent, no bills, just knowledge and survival skills. 👌 Looks like a stress free life to me.
MyNameKanye 10 күн бұрын
It won't be stress free, to be honest. Sure, you don't have to worry about rent and bills, but you'll need to worry about food, water and shelter every single day.
Christopher Faulkner Jr
Christopher Faulkner Jr 3 ай бұрын
i love how he explains what hes doing and the fact that he started with NOTHING unlike those other ones where they have premade hatchets and stuff. its amazing
Michael Miller
Michael Miller 2 ай бұрын
Man has infinite battery’s I swear
Betty Gutierrez
Betty Gutierrez 2 ай бұрын
i mean, even if they did have premade items.. it's still amazing how they can build anything from raw materials 🤯
Milk Man 🥛
Milk Man 🥛 2 ай бұрын
This is how humanity had to start you’re not wrong
KomradSkwirl 2 ай бұрын
@Ruby Coin No, he's literally copying what Primitive Technology did on his KZhome channel. Except this guy has a team off screen helping him and it's pretty fake - his clothing barely gets dirty or worn down, he himself never gets dirty and except for small bits, he somehow has enough battery life for 1 year of filming, he has the time and energy to setup cinematic shots of everything he does, he has no cuts or laceration on his feet despite walking around on the forest floor without shoes. This guys looks like he is on a film set.
ALucidFigure 24 күн бұрын
I love this. I would not be able to do anything like this but it seems really fun.
hevmadeit 20 күн бұрын
I learned so much and enjoyed this video all the way through!
wildancrazy159 28 күн бұрын
Fantastic! I as well find harmony in this, and the other videos. This is truly hard work, but the results are marvelous. Peace to you brother and good health.
Corgi 15 күн бұрын
Bill wurtz : “tired of using rocks for everything?” This guy : “no”
Xavier P
Xavier P 3 ай бұрын
This is the best survival video I’ve seen. He started with literally nothing and worked his way up to a house, kitchen, aquarium, chicken enclosure, and farm. That’s amazing.
Chad 2 ай бұрын
@Redips Knuj not to mention his hair was short the entire time and the camera has to be recharged regularly
Idiosyncrasy 3 ай бұрын
@Redips Knuj also, most of his builds are complete identical copies of shit primitive technology (i.e. The exact channel he copied the name of) already had done. Like kudos for the hard work but wasn't plagiarizing the name enough? Even the content is rehashed just with a different man and it even got more views even if it was done 2 years later. Like it's just so unapologetic. Primitive technology IDEA. That's the best channel name they could've came up with?
Why am I here
Why am I here 3 ай бұрын
@The Noisemaker I know, right? I can’t wait until he finds a creeper
The Noisemaker
The Noisemaker 3 ай бұрын
damn this minecraft update do be crazy, the graphics are so realistic
rashad thegoat
rashad thegoat 9 күн бұрын
Bro I can't lie he got some talent in side of him with that bow he has some aim. Also R.I.P for Mr.Fishy I thought he was gonna keep them as pets but I guess not an he has some good building skills Keep Up The Good Work YOU ARE AWSOME :D
1050 Ti
1050 Ti 15 күн бұрын
this dude is legendary like even if you have doubts that he really spent every night in the wild there is no way you cant have respect for him
James Brown
James Brown 14 күн бұрын
also you're insanel;y gullible thinking he was out there for ayear
GoProJoe 14 күн бұрын
He copied the Australian guy's channel 100%, just adding background music, which is especially silly since that is the wrong shelter for jungle survival. Congrats on his skill, but it added nothing to the internet.
society of aftons
society of aftons 23 күн бұрын
This was so fun to watch I loved the fish tank you made btw
smib 26 күн бұрын
I love that there's an entire side of the internet that does this sort of thing!
Garfster The Gamer
Garfster The Gamer 3 ай бұрын
Every time I watch these kinds of videos I think to myself how far we’ve become as a species, we went from using stones and sticks as tools to having devices to message people from far distances that fits in your pocket.
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