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On top of being great for starting fires(the bark is similar to paper), the birch tree can save you from dehydrating. Like with the maple tree, you can tap the tree for sap. It has high amounts of energy to keep you going in the woods, and even has some amounts of vitamin C, potassium, and calcium.
Just like peeling off the bark, tapping a tree can injure or even kill the tree, so should not be done unless necessary.
The end is getting smaller! In case trapping/snaring is necessary, keep in mind while building that rabbits have tunnel vision. You can use this to your advantage by building walls on either side of your snare; which will cause the rabbit to panic and run faster(increasing the chances of killing it).
Also, rabbits tend to follow the same paths, creating what is called a “rabbit runway.” A big clue on how to distinguish a rabbit runway from other animal paths is fresh droppings.
How to Survive Around Sharks. A video on how to react around sharks to best ensure your survival.
More to Remember:
Always look sharks in the eye. Never turn your back to one.
Sharks do not like the feel of metal. If they come close to bump you, let it touch something metal.
It is rare for a shark to eat a human. Almost all shark related deaths are caused by blood loss(bites and releases), in fact, more people are killed by pop machines then sharks, so stay calm and focus on getting safe. Panicking is one of the worst possible things you can do among any predator.
Spark up some light. One alternative to matches is steal wool and a battery. Some warnings: -It will get very hot. -Try to take the battery out of the fire once lit, as it is not healthy to burn. -Make sure you do not place the two anywhere in a kit together or somewhere in a vehicle where there is the possibility of them touching.
Do not cheap out on a knife. There have been many stories of people buying the lowest priced folding knives, only to have the blade snap off during use, sometimes cutting them in the process. If you buy a dollar priced knife, expect to get the quality you pay for. That is not saying you must go out and by a knife for hundreds of dollars, but do check quality before you buy.