13 Tips on How to Survive Wild Animal Attacks


Wild animal attacks are very rare. However, there are several techniques to help you survive assaults from several species of wildlife.
Know your region. Use a field guide and information from the local parks department to find out what wildlife lives in the area, and if any attacks have been recorded.
Bring furnishes. Bells, pepper spraying, a knife, a serpent stick and extra garb can help you fend off attacks.
Prevent an encounter by wearing a bell or other noisemaker to scare off any mountain lion that might be nearby.
Stand your ground. Mountain lions, like most cats, don’t wishes to assault prey that will fight back.
Make yourself scary by yelling, holding out extra dres like wings, or climbing onto someone’s shoulders. If your hiking companion is smaller than you, hoist them onto your own shoulders.
Fight back by throwing boulders and spraying pepper spray if the mountain lion doesn’t back off.
Protect your neck if the cat attacks. Cross both limbs behind your head to shield the back of your head and neck. Crunch your shoulders up around your ears to protect your neck and throat.