24 min

Brave the Wild with Coyote Peterson The Outdoor Journal Podcast

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Coyote Peterson has survived venomous bites and the animal kingdom's most painful stings. You can catch Coyote in the new series Brave the Wild, now on Animal Planet.

Read the full article on The Outdoor Journal.

Coyote developed his passion for animal encounters as a child by collecting common snapping turtles from the woodlands near his home in Cleveland, Ohio. Although it started out as a passion project, over the past five years, Coyote has traveled one million miles around the globe to film more than 500 videos for Brave Wilderness. His hard work and bravery have generated over 3 billion views on Youtube and a worldwide following. That demand has culminated in the development of his new show - Coyote Peterson: Brave the Wild, which premiered Sunday, February 9th on Animal Planet.

After voluntarily offering his arm up to the bite of a 50-pound alligator snapping turtle, which started feeding frenzy among Coyote’s fans, known as the “Coyote Pack,” Coyote committed to more pain by braving the stings of the most wicked insects on the planet, including the Velvet Ant, Tarantula Hawk, and even the Bullet Ant.

Coyote is particularly drawn to educating people about misunderstood animals. He seeks out apex predators in environments that you’ve never heard of to teach you how they survive and to dispel myths, fears and folklore in order to promote animal conservation and also to make sure people stay safe in the wilderness as well as their own backyards. 

Brave Wilderness is an Emmy Award-winning Youtube Channel which has also earned 2 Guinness World Records is known for its surprisingly high production value and consistently cinematic footage given its small, fast and loose filming team.

In this episode of The Outdoor Journal Podcast, Coyote discusses his most painful animal encounter experience, how he built Brave Wildnerness from a passion project into a global sensation with over 15 million Youtube subscribers, and how he manages to film with hot lava venom coursing through his veins.

And if you’d like to get up close with wild animals yourself, check out our wildlife safari packages on The Outdoor Voyage. Before you know it, you’ll be face to face with gorillas in Rwanda, or scouting for Lions in Tanzania.

Now it’s time to enter the chomp zone with Coyote Peterson.

Coyote Peterson has survived venomous bites and the animal kingdom's most painful stings. You can catch Coyote in the new series Brave the Wild, now on Animal Planet.

Read the full article on The Outdoor Journal.

Coyote developed his passion for animal encounters as a child by collecting common snapping turtles from the woodlands near his home in Cleveland, Ohio. Although it started out as a passion project, over the past five years, Coyote has traveled one million miles around the globe to film more than 500 videos for Brave Wilderness. His hard work and bravery have generated over 3 billion views on Youtube and a worldwide following. That demand has culminated in the development of his new show - Coyote Peterson: Brave the Wild, which premiered Sunday, February 9th on Animal Planet.

After voluntarily offering his arm up to the bite of a 50-pound alligator snapping turtle, which started feeding frenzy among Coyote’s fans, known as the “Coyote Pack,” Coyote committed to more pain by braving the stings of the most wicked insects on the planet, including the Velvet Ant, Tarantula Hawk, and even the Bullet Ant.

Coyote is particularly drawn to educating people about misunderstood animals. He seeks out apex predators in environments that you’ve never heard of to teach you how they survive and to dispel myths, fears and folklore in order to promote animal conservation and also to make sure people stay safe in the wilderness as well as their own backyards. 

Brave Wilderness is an Emmy Award-winning Youtube Channel which has also earned 2 Guinness World Records is known for its surprisingly high production value and consistently cinematic footage given its small, fast and loose filming team.

In this episode of The Outdoor Journal Podcast, Coyote discusses his most painful animal encounter experience, how he built Brave Wildnerness from a passion project into a global sensation with over 15 million Youtube subscribers, and how he manages to film with hot lava venom coursing through his veins.

And if you’d like to get up close with wild animals yourself, check out our wildlife safari packages on The Outdoor Voyage. Before you know it, you’ll be face to face with gorillas in Rwanda, or scouting for Lions in Tanzania.

Now it’s time to enter the chomp zone with Coyote Peterson.

24 min

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