Hunting for wild animals, danger of contact with wild animals in an emergency or extreme situation.

Careful observation of the life of wild animals and knowledge of the habits of those whom you hunt are necessary for the hunter as well as the ability to follow the trail and accuracy. All this makes it easier to be in the right place at the right time and use the terrain features.. 

Hunting wild animals, danger of contact with wild animals in an emergency or extreme situation.

Always try to make as little noise as possible while moving. Drive slowly and make regular stops. Keep your weight on your back leg, so that before you take the next step, you can check with your foot the place you are stepping on.

on a trail or near a watering place, where you can face a herd of elephants or an excessively curious cougar.

Do not provoke a collision. Bears of northern forests often plow at the places of human settlement, checking tin cans and in the same way can go to your camp to find easy prey. Try to drive them away with noise; do not try to catch them. A bear easily kills a person, but a wounded deer is no less dangerous. All animals, if injured or have no escape route, are likely to be dangerous. Most wild animals try to escape. If you interfere with this, you force him to fight.

Crocodiles and alligators need to stay away if they are not very small, but in this case, make sure that there is no large one nearby. Any animal with large horns is capable of wounding you with its weapons before you take it out with yours. Deer males are especially aggressive during mating. Wolves can be heard more often than seen. Tales of enormous robber packs are obviously imaginative. The wolf may be curious and look at you from a great distance, but do not trust the absolutely reliable stories about how hunters were constantly pursued by packs of cruel angry wolves.

If you are seriously injured and unable to defend yourself, wolves can kill you. Hyenas also hunt in packs. Although in general they are quite cowardly, they are nevertheless very strong, and as scavengers or scavengers they are attracted to parking lots. They will probably tighten their tail and retreat, but they should be driven away, and not try to engage in a fight with them. Large apes can easily kill a person, but they are rarely aggressive and usually give enough warning signs and time for you to retreat. Small monkeys are much more common and pose a much greater immediate danger. Their teeth are very sharp..

Adult chimpanzees in particular can be aggressive and unpredictable. Rinse all animal bites thoroughly. Any bite can cause tetanus, and some mammals, including vampire bats, can be carriers of rabies. Snakes are not a threat unless you accidentally run into them.

You just need to get used to them and the need to check clothes, bedding and equipment for guests from the world of reptiles and insects. Sometimes a snake or millipede can get into the bed where you are lying, they are attracted to your warmth. There are cases when people found intruders under their armpits or even in intimate places. In these cases, try to remember that this is not an act of aggression against you. Move slowly, smoothly and carefully to get rid of them..

Based on the book Complete Survival Guide for Extreme Situations, in the Wild, on Land and at Sea.
John Wiseman.

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