An un-named YouTuber under the channel, Primitive Technology, builds a two metre by two metre hut in the woods, using exclusively materials resourced from the small patch of forest.
In place of an axe, he uses a sharp stone, and his own self-constructed clay pots designed from the surrounding mud to transport water. Perhaps most impressive is the chimney he constructs out of clay tightly packed around the wooden frame. With leaves and tree bark as a roof, and the surrounding logs tied by vine as walls, the small hut provides sufficient shelter from the rain.
Though the hut is not what most would consider a permanent living space, the feat is made to look easy enough that aspiring survivalists can watch with a contemplative chin-scratch and think “I could totally do this,” should they ever accidentally wander off their local hiking trail at sundown. Whatever improbable circumstances—from apocalypse to hermitage—that lead to this skill actually serve real life benefit, there’s no denying that Bear Grylls has a massive hard on right now.