There are bunches of wild creatures that will assault a human, some of the time with deadly outcomes. It does no great to play the denial game. The main good thing we can do is accept the reality and device a plan on what to do if we are ever confront a wild creature.
1. If a bear attacks:
- Never run as it triggers an attack response.
- Never approach the bear.
- Make your movements minimum.
- Bang pots and pans together to generate loud noise.
- leave an escape route open for bear. So that the bear doesn’t feel trapped.
2. If you get attacked by shark:
- Look at your predator without flinching.
- Advance toward the shore in reverse.
- In the event that you need to battle, go for the gills.
3. If you stepped into snake’s personal space:
- A span of around 3 feet – Freeze.
- Check whether the snake withdraws.
- On the off chance that it doesn’t, at that point go backward, gradually.
4. Surrounded by lion:
- Stop and stand tall. Try not to run.
- Try to appear bigger than the lion.
- Never take your eyes off or turn your back.
- On the off chance that the creature shows forceful conduct, yell, wave your arms and toss rocks.
- On the off chance that the cougar assaults, remain on your feet. In the event that you go down, you’re stuck in an unfortunate situation.
- Battle back forcefully with anything you can get your hands on (cut, club, knapsack, rocks, and so on.
- Crocodile’s first attack is to drown you.
- Remain ashore or get the opportunity to get to land and after that run.
- In the event that it has a hold of you, at that point thrash and battle.
- Hit its eyes.