One of the greatest dangers that one may encounter in the wild is not only the always changing and never enduring landscape but also wild animals.
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What comes with any exploration comes with a sense of caution and awareness. One of the greatest dangers to the wild is not only the always changing and never enduring landscape but also wild animals.
Like every other tip that may come across your journey such as being in the outdoor, an “outdoor thumb of rule” would suggest that you’d be prudent should there be an encounter with a wild animal.
A black bear for instance is implacable should it is thought typical to “pet,” because its level of behavior is unpredictable.
Should there be enthusiasts in this lifestyle, it be wise to maintain your safety provided a wild animal, in the example used above, a black bear, crosses your path by staying calm.
According to the National Park Service, sight the surrounding area and step slowly sideways away from the wild animal, provided it is a bear, and be aware of your movement so you are careful to not trip. “Do not run”
In addition, if encountering a smaller animal such as a mountain lion, the National Park Service have suggestions and recommendations.
Some common reasons a living mammal also hikes along our choices of trails are heart and hunger .
Contribution: D Cheng
Updated on 10/24/17
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