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Building A Primitive Shelter In The African Jungle (Part 2)

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Building A Primitive Shelter In The African Jungle (Part 2)
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11 thoughts on “Building A Primitive Shelter In The African Jungle (Part 2)

  1. Rucksack used in this video:
    You can book your Africa trip here: gabon-adventuretours.ga
    If you want to help Julian and his family you can donate here: paypal.me/julianlerry

    1. The most dangerous thing about Africa is not disease, nor wild animals nor the weather, but the people that do not belong. Roving bands of thugs and pirates.
      Good work on your video Lilly! I am waiting for my “Lilly knife” any day soon. You sold all of your stock in just 24 hours I think. Made you some income.

  2. I understand the leggings/gators protect your legs from thorns and what not, but why did you chose those with shorts rather than tough long pants. I get that it’s humid, but I stopped wearing shorts in the 1980s because I was out in nature a lot.

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