'The bees go for your eyes. They know all the horrific pressure points' - Escaping the Amazon with Hazen Audel

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Hazen Audel on the edge of the top of a Uchii waterfall. (National Geographic/Adam Laister)
Hazen Audel on the edge of the top of a Uchii waterfall. (National Geographic/Adam Laister)

Biologist, adventurer, and sweet tooth, Hazen Audel speaks to News24 lifestyle editor Herman Eloff about his deadly and dangerous escape from the Amazon and the sticky situation he got himself in.

"In the jungle, there’s nothing sweeter than honey," explorer Hazen Audel tells me from a boardroom somewhere in London.

His attire and surroundings are drastically different from what you’ll see in National Geographic’s Primal Survivor: Escape the Amazon.

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