How To Survive A Freakin' Bear Attack: And 127 Other Survival Hacks You'll Hopefully Never Need by O'Neill, Bill

How To Survive A Freakin' Bear Attack: And 127 Other Survival Hacks You'll Hopefully Never Need

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Would you know what to do if a bear charged at you?

What about if you were out driving and an earthquake struck? Or a tornado?

What about if you were bitten by a snake in the middle of nowhere, or caught in an avalanche while out skiing or hiking? What if you found yourself the sole survivor of some awful incident, and had to make a new home for yourself stranded on a desert island? Would you know how to spear a fish, or how to distill pure water using only a plastic bottle? Could you make your own rope, your own torch, or tell which of the unfamiliar plants and animals around you may or may not be edible?

How To Survive A Freakin' Bear Attack... And 127 Other Survival Hacks You'll Hopefully Never Need has all the answers you could ever need!

▪ Packed with step-by-step survival guides to some of the most remarkable scenarios imaginable.

▪ Real life advice for some of life's challenges and unpredictable situations.

▪ Chapters covering everything from first aid and CPR to climbing trees, building rope bridges, and lighting a campfire using only your phone.

▪ Fun and fascinating, yet bursting with real-world knowledge, tips, and advice!

Who knows if, when, or indeed how you might need to know any of the 128 extraordinary survival skills included in this book. But life is anything but predictable.

Hopefully, you'll never need to know how to flee a sinking ship or a burning building, or be in any kind of situation where you might need to safely package up a severed body part or perform abdominal surgery on yourself...

But given that we never quite know what's around the corner the hints and tips included here may one day - hopefully! -come in useful.



Author: Bill O'Neill
Binding Type: Paperback
Publisher: Lak Publishing
Published: 10/24/2022
Pages: 220
Weight: 0.66lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.46d
ISBN: 9781648450914