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Martin Clunes admits he had 'terrifying' close call with aggressive sharks

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“But then suddenly the guide said we had to get back into the boat.He soon realised that the small sharks were the least of his problems after being informed of the larger sharks swimming in his direction.Martin gushed how his attitude changed as soon as he heard what was coming towards him.“Once there, she told me that there had been much bigger, more aggressive sharks coming towards us.

I wasn’t so brave then.“And later, back on land, there were the coconut crabs: they look like something from Alien, up to three feet wide with these massive claws that’ll cheerfully snip your finger off.“They’re terrifying!”Martin also recalled another terrifying moment when crew members asked him to stand on top of a rock, which was deemed the gateway to the afterlife.“When tribal chiefs died, their bodies were pushed over the edge”, he said.The idea was that Martin would stand on the rock and would stare down “hundreds of feet” to the sea below him.But the thought of committing himself to the proposed plan was out of the question for the Saving Grace star, who joked that since his production company was tied to the show, there was nobody that could force him to do it.Martin revealed he had spoken to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, about his new ITV show before the latter’s passing last April.In one particular segment, Martin, who began filming the series back in 2019, paid a visit to the Yakel people, who considered Prince Philip a god-like figure.“I reached out to the Duke when I got back, and sent him a photo of me with the whole tribe under a huge tree, and I said his influence was obviously a force for good as they were absolutely charming.” After speaking with Prince Philip about his time with the Yakel people, the duke.

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