Cody Lundin, the co-host of Dual Survival, is missing from television since 2014. Fans of Cody Lundin are wondering what happened to Cody after he was fired from Dual Survival. Read on to find out the details about his dismissal from the show.

What happened to Cody Lundin? Was he fired from Dual Survival?

Cody Lundin announced himself that he was fired from the reality show Dual survival: Season 4 following the conflict between him and the crew. The conflict occurred due to the differences over safety matters.

He explained, “Unfortunately, I have been fired by Discovery Channel for differences over safety and health concerns on the show and will no longer be a part of Dual Survival” on his Facebook profile and website.

Cody Lundin is with Joe Teti whose real name is Joseph Teti. Both of them have their heads covered with scarf.

However, Discovery also shared the Behind the Scenes footage of Dual Survival. It showed the viewers how the dispute happened between Cody, Joe and the entire crew.

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Where is Cody Lundin now?

Cody Lundin offers survival courses through his website and Aboriginal Living Skills School recently. He also congratulates students on completing the classes and shares the details of his courses through his Facebook profile and his website. He is still connected with his followers and is active on his social media accounts.

Cody Lundin is a professional survival instructor at Aboriginal Living Skills School, which was founded by him in 1991. He was the former co-host of the reality television show Dual Survival in Discovery channel from 2010 to 2014.

Cody Lundin is sitting on a huge rock. He has long braided hair.

He instructs and teaches survival skills through his website He has 27 years of experience in the field of survival.

He has also authored two books named 98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive and When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes. In 2004, he was seen hosting for the show Lost in the Wild in Discovery Channel.