Modern cave man's Neanderthal survival class

A modern cave man offers 'Neanderthal' survival courses in the Italian Alps.

Modern cave man's Neanderthal survival class

A modern cave man offers 'Neanderthal' survival courses in the Italian Alps.

Guido Camia - who originally trained as a chef - now makes his living dressed barefoot in animal skins teaching people who to build a shelter, light fire using flint stone and eat insects.

The courses have been supervised and approved by the country's International Survival Federation (FISSS), and the 37-year-old man charges around $100 per night for a basic plan.

He explained while he doesn't think industrial civilisation is set for a collapse, he suggested people should do their best to be ready to "adapt to the changing climate".

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