The best and worst things Ed Stafford has eaten to stay alive

Business Insider spoke with the first man to walk the length of the Amazon river and Discovery channel host, Ed Stafford, about the best and worst things that he has had to eat to stay alive.

“The most disgusting thing I’ve ever eaten is a skunk because I thought I was trapping a rabbit basically I made a deadfall trap, trapped a skunk.”

“When I was butchering it I cut through the gland that it usually uses to spray gunk at people and that contaminated all of the meat so that was absolutely gross.”

“The most surprisingly pleasant thing was giant armadillo… it lasted about a week. It was utterly delicious”.

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How Ed Stafford stayed motivated while walking the Amazon

Business Insider Uk sat down with Ed Stafford, host of Discovery Channel show ‘Left For Dead’ and the first man to walk the length of the Amazon.

Ed told us about what motivated him to attempt the feat, some of the obstacles he encountered along the way, and why he didn’t quit when things got tough.

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Why living wild is the key to happiness

Business Insider UK sat down with Ed Stafford, the first man to walk the length of the Amazon river and star of the Discovery Channel show ‘Left for Dead’.

Ed spoke about the benefits of taking breaks from city life and reconnecting with nature. He noted observations from his travels into remote villages inhabited by indigenous tribes, whose simple way of life made them happy.

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