Klint Janulis, US Special Forces Veteran, Combat Medic, Survival Instructor & Archaeologist 

Klint Janulis is an archaeologist expert in prehistory and experimental survival techniques. His impressive background includes experience as a former enlisted US Special Forces soldier, combat medic, and survival instructor with a background in palaeoanthropology. He is applying his experience to archaeology to better understand the mind, technology, and hunting practices of prehistoric humans. In his academic work at the University of Oxford, where he is currently finishing his doctorate degree, blends experimental archaeology with cognitive studies to understand the evolution of human cognition and intelligence.
Klint comes alive on screen and has a talent for relaying the epic tale of human experience in an accessible manner. He is well-known for his recent work as lead consultant and presenter in Channel 5’s ‘10,000 B.C’. He has been interviewed by numerous media outlets and has hosted for both UK- and US-based television channels, including the History Channel and BBC History. Klint works as a logistics and prehistoric technology consultant for other media outlets.
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