Aborigines; grubs; ants.
The patience displayed by the Innu people of Labrador while hunting caribou.
The fishing techniques of the Vadabalija, whose navigational skills allow them extensive fishing in the Bay of Bengal.
The Sanema, an Amazonian tribe living at the headwaters of the Orinoco.
How the nomadic herdsmen of the Mongolian steppes move their livestock.
The bow-hunting techniques of the Hadza living on the eastern shore of Lake Eyasi in Tanzania.
Survival techniques used by the native peoples of the Indonesian Spice Islands and Western Samoa in the Pacific Ocean.
The hunting-gathering skills of the sub-Saharan Jo'Hansi bushmen.
How the Samoan people have survived on the Polynesian island of Savaii for more than 1,000 years.
The lives of the deer-herding Evenk people of Siberia, who survive much as their ancestors did.
Ray travels to Arnhemland, Australia; Ray finds out that, even in sweltering heat, starting a fire is the key to survival.
The survival tactics of the Inuit of Baffin Island, where the temperature routinely drops to 40 below zero.