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Dual Survival season 4 episodes list:
Part 1 of 2 - Stranded in a mangrove swamp in Sri Lanka, Joe and Cody escape the crocodile-filled waters only to find themselves in a leech-infested jungle. But this time, distressed elephants interrupt their journey back and they may not get out alive.
Part 2 of 2 - Stranded deep in the jungle of Sri Lanka, Joe comes face-to-face with elephants and is forced off a cliff, Cody masters the ancient fire piston, and they cross a crocodile-infested lake to escape the longest survival scenario in history of Dual Survival.
Marooned in a sea of sand dunes, Joe and Cody traverse the unforgiving desert and trek deep into the mountains of Oman. Threatened by dehydration and heatstroke, their journey shows how nomads have survived for millennia in this hyper-arid land.
On a glacier and clinging to opposite ends of a rope, Joe and Cody face their most challenging rescue scenario ever. The frozen landscape brings Joe and Cody’s opposing survival styles to the forefront of this journey - their final episode together.
After 15 episodes, the partnership of Cody Lundin and Joe Teti is coming to an end. This special episode of Dual Survival goes behind the scenes with the show’s crew to get the scoop on who is leaving and who’s moving on with a new partner.
Teti and Matt Graham in their first episode together in Panama
Trapped in a labyrinth of underground tunnels, Joe and Matt face down darkness and risk drowning only to emerge on surface and find an inhospitable jungle. Their opposing approaches to survival pit them against one another before bringing them to rescue.
Lost on a perilous ridgeline, at 15,000 feet above sea level, Joe and Matt are forced to descend slippery cliffs through extreme weather conditions, where altitude sickness and hypothermia threaten, and life-preserving fire alludes them.
While stranded in Vietnam, Joe and Matt face the hottest month of the year in South East Asia.
Joe and Matt hunt their target into unfamiliar territory.