Eaten Alive is an American nature documentary special which aired on Discovery Channel on December 7, The special focused on an expedition by wildlife author and entertainer Paul Rosolie to locate a green anaconda named " Chumana" feature Paul Rosolie being "eaten" by, and retrieved from, a live anaconda. Development - Synopsis - Broadcast and reception. Paul Rosolie headed into the Amazon with a team of environmentalists and a film crew where they located an anaconda within the river. The moment Paul Rosolie is 'eaten alive' by a snake in stunt During a live Q&A session on Facebook Monday afternoon, Rosolie admitted.
Paul Rosalie angered viewers by forfeiting stunt to be eaten alive by a Despite Rosalie's aim to 'feed a live human being to an anaconda and. 9 Dec - 7 min - Uploaded by Zee News Paul Rosolie,staunch environmentalist offered himself as dinner to an anaconda -- and was. 6 Dec - 4 min - Uploaded by MSNBC Conservationist Paul Rosolie talks about hiking the Amazon and intending to become prey to.
Paul Rosolie wanted to be eaten alive by a 6 metre anaconda but the two . featuring no eating of a live person by an anaconda as promised. A proposed TV show featuring wildlife expert Paul Rosolie being Anacondas, which live in South America and can grow to a length of 22 feet. Paul Rosolie's attempt at being ingested by an anaconda aired Sunday night on Discovery Channel. The special features year-old naturalist Paul Rosolie, who wore a “snake proof suit” and planned to live through getting swallowed by a. Paul Rosalie, we're sorry to report, was not eaten alive by an anaconda tonight on Discovery's special, Eaten Alive. He got hugged and kissed.
Paul Rosolie was. Even though Rosolie wore a protective, "snake-proof" suit, the anaconda still Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream. Rosolie was not eaten alive by a giant anaconda. "Skyscraper Live," in which the famed aerialist walked the high wire between Chicago. Paul Rosolie - a naturalist and conservationist who lives and works in the Mother of God region of the Amazon, one of the most remote areas of. The man who was almost fed to an anaconda discusses how the Discovery Channel Paul Rosolie thought he had been filming the greatest wildlife . Alive and mockumentaries like Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives.
17 Apr - 59 min Discovery Channel EATEN ALIVE ANACONDA Paul Rosolie National Geographic. After an outpouring of disappointment from viewers that expected to see Paul Rosolie get "Eaten Alive" by an foot anaconda on Discovery. More than 20 million people watched Discovery's YouTube trailer for the special, in which naturalist Paul Rosolie said, "We're going to get me. Paul Rosolie is just a simple man with a dream. might have about how a man gets eaten alive by a green anaconda but lives to tell about it.
Paul Rosolie: I've worked in the Amazon for 10 years, as well as They don't make the jump to caring about the habitat the animals live in.