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The Unknown True Facts About Survivalist Bear Grylls
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. Bear Grylls - a name that springs excitement, adventure and daring every time you hear or say it out aloud. Who is Bear Grylls? Probably a real life hero for millions out there and someone who defeated the word 'impossible' on multiple occasions. Man Vs Wild became a household name in over countries yet there are facts about the host, Bear Grylls, which are lesser known to the general public.
Apart from being an ex-SAS 21 member and serving as the current Scouts chief, Grylls is father to two kids.
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Christened Edward Michael Grylls, Bear Grylls knew from an early age that he was not cut out for an ordinary life doing a regular nine to five. He was a gifted sportsman at school, but was far more drawn to outdoor pursuits such as climbing, sailing and mountaineering. In a sign of what was to come, Bear had branched out into in skydiving and martial arts by his teenage years, soon earning a second black belt in Shotokan Karate, and later travelling to Japan to train as a Karate Grand master. An early role in the military as a Territorial Army Reservist for the SAS would give way to even greater things when, at the age of just 23, he became one of the youngest climbers ever to conquer Mount Everest. This is even more remarkable when you consider that, just eighteen months previously, he had narrowly avoided being paralysed in a severe parachuting accident while on a trip to Zambia in Africa.