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Wilderness Live makes podcasts about various different aspects and stories related to wilderness and travel. Our aim with these podcasts is to make you understand how amazing our world is, how easy the coexistance can be. It's one small step to bring hope.

The Wilderness Live The Wilderness Live

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Wilderness Live makes podcasts about various different aspects and stories related to wilderness and travel. Our aim with these podcasts is to make you understand how amazing our world is, how easy the coexistance can be. It's one small step to bring hope.

    Tales of Companions: King Louise's gift

    Tales of Companions: King Louise's gift

    Tales of human and animal companionship dates back in history for as long as one can remember. In medieval times, it was a very uncommon phenomenon to gift a king an exotic animal. While it was looked at as a fancy gift, the problem was more about a lack of understanding of what that creature was. And no matter how pampered and loved your companion would have been, this very lack of awareness would lead to its demise. However, that doesn't change the fact that these animals were infact loved. We bring to you the welcoming moments of King Hendry's elephant in 1212. 

    Please remember The Wilderness Live is run by a group of graduate students and friends, so please leave us a like, subscribe, and definitely share our content if you liked it! It really makes a difference!  You can also follow us on Instagram: _khakhed_ to stay updated about the podcast and our other projects.

    We finally have a whole website dedicated to our podcasts: www.thewildernesslive.com, you can read our show notes here, slide into our dms on Instagram or Twitter to talk to us

    You can check out the show notes for this episode on the website.

    Do check out the mother brand of The Wilderness Live: www.khakhed.com

    We apologize in advance if we have mispronounced a native name or word!


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    • 6 min
    Tales of Companions: Akbar and Hawaii

    Tales of Companions: Akbar and Hawaii

    Tales of human and animal companionship dates back in history for as long as one can remember. History has witnessed a lot of cruelty when it came to using animals as warfare. The deadliest animal to be used in warfare was perhaps the elephants. The Mughal King Akbar was known to have the largest elephantry in the world at the time. And he had a secret as to why. One of his favorite war elephant was one known as Hawaii, and this episode is their story. 

    Please remember The Wilderness Live is run by a group of graduate students and friends, so please leave us a like, subscribe, and definitely share our content if you liked it! It really makes a difference!

    You can also follow us on Instagram: _khakhed_  to stay updated about the podcast and our other projects.

    We finally have a whole website dedicated to our podcasts: www.thewildernesslive.com, you can read our show notes here, slide into our dms on Instagram or Twitter to talk to us

    You can check out the show notes for this episode on the website. 

    Do check out the mother brand of The Wilderness Live: www.khakhed.com

    We apologize in advance if we have mispronounced a native name or word!


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    • 8 min
    Tales of Companions: Queen Isiemkheb and her Gazelle

    Tales of Companions: Queen Isiemkheb and her Gazelle

    Tales of human and animal companionship dates back in history for as long as one can remember. In history, no one has shown more sadness on the death of their beloved animal companions than the Egyptians. For their culture, it not only represented the gods but would also serve as the being that would help them cross the Field of Reeds. This series brings you these stories from as far back as the 1090 A.D. Sit back and enjoy one of our favorites, the story of shared love between Queen Isiemkheb of Egypt and her pet Gazelle.

    Please remember The Wilderness Live is run by a group of graduate students and friends, so please leave us a like, subscribe, and definitely share our content if you liked it! It really makes a difference!

    You can also follow us on Instagram: _khakhed_  to stay updated about the podcast and our other projects.

    We finally have a whole website dedicated to our podcasts: www.thewildernesslive.com , you can read our show notes here, slide into our dms on Instagram or Twitter to talk to us

    Do check out the mother brand of The Wilderness Live: www.khakhed.com

    We apologize in advance if we have mispronounced a native name or word!


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    • 6 min
    Tales of Companions: Dutugamunu and his war elephant

    Tales of Companions: Dutugamunu and his war elephant

    Tales of human and animal companionship dates back in history for as long as one can remember. While we have an unbreakable bond with our house pets, the kings and emperors of old had these bonds with their war animals. Well any war strategy requires trust and love to succeed, doesn't it. This series brings you these stories from as far back as the 1090 A.D. Sit back and enjoy one of our favorites, the story of shared love and trust between Sri-Lankan emperor and his best-friend.

    Please remember The Wilderness Live is run by a group of graduate students and friends, so please leave us a like, subscribe and definitely share our content if you liked it! It really makes a difference!

    You can also follow us on instagram: the_wilderness_live  to stay updated about the podcast and our other projects. 

    We apologize in advance, if we have mispronounced a native name or word! 


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    • 3 min
    Tales of Companions: Caligula and his horse

    Tales of Companions: Caligula and his horse

    Tales of Human and Animal companionship is as old a tale as history. While we love animals and some even find their soulmates in them, here are some extra-ordinary stories of emperors and animals that date as back as 1090 AD. This episode is all about a Roman emperor who went down in history as one of the most cruel leaders and but also went down in history for his absolutely unconditional love for his horse and the tragic end it met with. So Welcome back to The Wilderness Live's series: Tales of Companions.

    Please remember, The Wilderness Live is run by a group of graduate students and friends, so if you like our content don't forget to like, subscribe and share!
    You can also follow us on instagram: instagram.com/the_wilderness_live to stay updated with our podcast and other projects!

    Also please excuse us if we pronounced something in the native language wrong!


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    • 3 min
    Tales of Companions: Yongle and his giraffe

    Tales of Companions: Yongle and his giraffe

    These stories are almost dated back to 1090 AD to the times of the ancient rulers. The rulers may have been less than admirable but their dedication to their beloved companions were incomparable to anything we have seen in the modern times. They did not love them because it gave them an edge with a political alliance, they loved them because they can.
    Maybe it's still not all that late for us to realise that we are missing out something so pure and beautiful and one day we will come to this realization. Till then enjoy these ancient accounts of rulers and their companions. 


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    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Lightsong3 ,

Makes you curious!

Short bite sized episodes with interesting facts and mysteries.

alfonso leonardo ,

Awesome

Awesome and keeps you on the edge of your seat

riddikuluspatronus1 ,

Great!

Really interesting facts on animals! Intriguing and interesting! Great content! Not too long and easy to listen to. Looking forward to more! Such a cool new episode on the mummy in Alexandria and raises a lot of deep thought questions! Like why weren’t mummy’s in Italy! A deep dive into mystery! It’s a must add!