Episode 003

Released Friday, 20th February 2015
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Mission Fatima, Bolivia. After 8 days of hunting and fishing in the jungles of central Bolivia with the Tsimane people, Steven Rinella talks with Phillip Baribeau, Dan Doty, and Janis Putelis from the MeatEater crew. Subjects discussed include: the moral complexities of eating a monkey; the pain of getting stung by bullet ants; fishing for dorado, maturo, surubi, and sabalo; western influences on indigenous South American tribes; dugout canoes; the late Mississippi comedian and storyteller Jerry Clower; various guns and bows; 19th Century fat cats; trying to determine the meaning of inscrutable hand gestures given by indigenous hunters; how much the Tsimane love monkey meat. Mentioned links and notes: -Watch: MeatEater Crew Eats Monkey Stew -Jerry Clower reference "too much like folks" -Interview with Marco about his jaguar's story will be posted at a later date. -MeatEater airs on Sportsman Channel Thursdays at 8pm e/p -To watch episodes of MeatEater instantly, use code MEATEATERPODCAST at checkout to get $5 off any volume on meateater.vhx.tv

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1h 15m 52s

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