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  • Do you see who that is?

  • How are you?

  • Oh my gosh!

  • Okay, so we actually

  • have a special guest today

  • and I want you to get ready to give our special guest

  • a big hello.

  • Are you guys ready?

  • I'm even shaking with excitement.

  • You're shaking with excitement!

  • (children giggling)

  • How are you doing? Can you hear me?

  • How are you?

  • Guys do you see who that is?

  • Wait a minute-- (children giggling)

  • Oh my Gosh!

  • It's Bear Grylls. It's Bear Grylls.

  • Incredible!

  • Oh my gosh, really?

  • It's so cool!

  • So Mrs. Humphrey, tell me about you--

  • Tell me about the class Mrs. Humphrey.

  • All right. This is a group of fourth graders

  • and they just watched your movie and they are so excited.

  • They were so excited to watch.

  • You guys are some of the first kids

  • in the entire world to see our You vs. Wild

  • interactive movie- Animals on the Loose.

  • (cheetah growling)

  • First of all kids, you got to say thank you

  • to Mrs. Humphrey cause what a great lady she is.

  • Also, it's a privilege to be with you.

  • I promised I'll take some questions.

  • Okay, so um.

  • How did your cameraman travel with you

  • when you were like, climbing things

  • like when you were on the old line, and things like that?

  • Yeah, you're right.

  • The camera guys are amazing on You vs. Wild.

  • They do everything I do, but it's even harder

  • for them because they've got to carry these heavy cameras.

  • They have to move backwards and down these rock faces

  • and they have to deal with all the wild animals.

  • So, I always say they are the unsung heroes

  • in all these shows but certainly

  • on You vs. Wild, they were amazing.

  • My question is, when you were shooting the movie

  • did you shoot both parts?

  • Well, it took a long time to film this one

  • because we had to do so many options, always.

  • So, you know, we'd have to do it one way

  • and then we'd have to film the other option,

  • but it was pretty fun. I had a few close shaves,

  • almost got strangled by that snake.

  • Just got away from that one.

  • Just got away from that lion.

  • That was pretty touch and go.

  • Come on then Anna, come on then.

  • So, whenever you were eating the leech,

  • is that like gross?

  • That is pretty gross. It was pretty bad.

  • The thing is I was worried about eating the leech.

  • I was worried that as it went down my throat it would get

  • it would suck on halfway down the tube

  • and then like start sucking blood out of my throat

  • and then I'd choke on the blood.

  • So I had to kind of chew it first and really

  • make sure it was dead and then get it down in one go

  • so it gets straight down to my stomach.

  • And remember all of this is about trying to help you guys

  • to make good decisions in your life under pressure,

  • when it matters. Be smart,

  • know the power of resilience and keeping going

  • and being courageous in the big moments.

  • Mrs. Humphrey said to me, these kids are amazing.

  • They've got that survivor spirit.

  • So keep showing it, keep being kind to each other.

  • Never give up.

  • I think you guys are amazing.

  • We just want to say thank you so much

  • for joining us and answering our questions.

  • This is such a cool opportunity.

  • So we thank you so much for that.

  • Oh, well I think all of you guys are incredible, so yeah.

  • God bless. Stay strong.

  • You are amazing.

  • Everybody say bye.

  • Bye bye.

  • Bye. Bye.

  • Bye. Take care guys.

Do you see who that is?

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