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We Went HUNTING at NIGHT – Adventure 24

From the depths of the South Pacific.

While jumping from atoll to atoll we came across one which seemed particularly remote. Think population of 10. Middle of nowhere. Nothing but a few guys working the coconut trees. Often sleeping in hammocks. Living off nothing other than rain water, fish and well, coconut. Export of Copra, dried coconut, is their main source of income. They literally harvest tons and tons of Copra every year. Friendly folk. So friendly they invited us to go Coconut Crab hunting one evening. One of those moments you only find off the beaten path.

Thanks for watching and we hope you enjoy this little adventure.

1 Comment

Robert Johnson
November 26, 2018

Why didnt you show how the crabs looked when cooked or someone actually eating them?


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