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Nepal: the death-defying honey hunters

Dangling on a bamboo rope ladder above a precipice, this man defies the world's largest honeybees. His prize? A hive filled with hallucinogenic honey.

04/10/2019 10:56 AM

31 comments

  • Rasmi K.
    12/28/2019 21:09

    Please try this honey ordering from here. www.everestorganichome.com

  • Kensey R.
    04/25/2019 20:56

    Jason R Mitchell

  • Geetha S.
    04/24/2019 08:46

    Very interesting..

  • Mala S.
    04/24/2019 08:28

    What a risk🙏🙏

  • Mala S.
    04/24/2019 08:26

    What arisk😰😰

  • Salim S.
    04/23/2019 06:50

    Cool

  • Shahbaz K.
    04/22/2019 10:02

    What is it called ? I wana buy it

  • Udita G.
    04/21/2019 20:20

    and u can’t handle like two bees somewhat nearby in a bush

  • Manu K.
    04/21/2019 19:31

    I said on that day na tts it ia

  • Girija P.
    04/21/2019 19:17

    Oh my god..what a risk..brave people..incredible..😲

  • Nitish H.
    04/21/2019 18:23

    Ok 17 dollars means 1,180 INR. Where 1kg Dabur honey Just cost 320 rupees. I taste alot of brand and can't really tell the difference. Yah it taste bit messy when they are raw. I wonder how it will taste since It's that expensive.

  • Sumann G.
    04/21/2019 18:21

    10,000 years of practise??? The journalist might have taken a dose of that hallucinagen to say so....yeah Neolithic tools have been found in Nepal region dating 9000 years but that's the extent of historical information historians has!

  • Rick B.
    04/21/2019 17:56

    Syed Sarif Ali

  • Sandhya Y.
    04/21/2019 14:09

    😜😜

  • Carnic K.
    04/21/2019 13:12

    sir...

  • Imtiyaz A.
    04/21/2019 12:52

    Very hard working

  • Niraj S.
    04/21/2019 12:45

    only $17/kg......far not a good price

  • Dorothy D.
    04/21/2019 12:21

    What a risk for earning.

  • Satyanarayana N.
    04/21/2019 12:17

    Incredible

  • Akhil S.
    04/21/2019 12:15

    bhai ye laade kahin se 😅