Hey Readers! Welcome back to Humor Nation. Bear Grylls is a well-known person amongst our childhood ideals. Apart from the epic Hindi shows that made our childhood memories, man vs wild was something we all looked forward too.
And the excitement was building up to this tough man- Bear Grylls. Grylls taught us many tricks to survive the wilds onto adverse circumstances.
Recreating our childhood remarkable, we have brought a trail of facts about the name behind man vs wild – Bear Grylls.
1. Real Name
It’s Edward Michael Grylls. ‘Bear’ was just a nickname given to him by his sister Lara. The name was short and easy and hence overpowered his originals.
2. Pieces of training
Grylls know much about trauma medic, unarmed combat, evasive driving, parachuting, demolitions, and jungle warfare. He also served in the Air Force.
3. The Record
Grylls had a terrible accident. His parachute ripped off at 16000 feet and he horrifically landed. The incident left him with 3 crushed vertebrae. 18 months later, he climbed Mount Everest.
4. Uncertain Achievement
Bear also climbed the Ama Dablam. The toughest peek to reach. Even Sir Edmund Hilary gave up over this after a few tries. He was the youngest Britisher to attempt the task.
5. The Incredible Help
The man had the adventure in his genes. He once rowed along the Thames, Naked and in a homemade bathtub. The fund generated via this was donated to a friend. The friend mentioned has lost his legs on an adventure scene.