Channing Tatum is the latest celebrity guest to head out on a survivalist adventure with Bear Grylls on the show Running Wild With Bear Grylls, and the actor made it pretty clear he could hold his own in the wilderness. During his adventure through the toughest parts of Yosemite National Park, the 34-year-old actor did some pretty wild things. In addition to eating a scorpion and doing a back flip out of a helicopter during his adventure, Tatum killed a rattlesnake—and then ate it for dinner!

Tatum cut the head off of the snake himself, and though he said it made him feel "animalistic" in the moment, he then ate the wild creature. "It's kind of like being in a Japanese restaurant," he says at one point. He was probably referring to the fact that the snake tasted raw! The expression on his face as he took his first bite of the snake made it obvious it wasn't the most appetizing experience (and certainly not as tasty as what you'd eat in an actual Japanese restaurant), but the actor clearly embraced the adventure he took on the show, and proved he's up for anything.

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