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\n<\/p><\/div>"}. Don’t feed wild animals. If you frequently spend time in nature—regardless of the type of climate—you may be at risk for animal attack. Never approach the cubs, even if you're worried they might be abandoned or hungry. Copyright © 2020 Survival Life. We know ads can be annoying, but they’re what allow us to make all of wikiHow available for free. Your support helps wikiHow to create more in-depth illustrated articles and videos and to share our trusted brand of instructional content with millions of people all over the world. While there are tips that can get us out of trouble when facing an animal encounter, it’s always best to prevent than have to manage an attack head on.
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When you encounter any wild animal are you always supposed to make yourself big, or does it depend on the type of animal? Leave plenty of room for the bear to exit the camp so it doesn’t feel cornered. If the cougar approaches, yell, wave your arms, and even throw rocks. Yell something like “No!” “Stop that!” or “Get out of here!” at the elephant. If they still approach, immediately prepare yourself to fight for your life. wikiHow marks an article as reader-approved once it receives enough positive feedback. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. If the climate is hot, attempt not to go into the shrubs. If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. Try not to bleed or pee in ocean water, as sharks can smell these from miles away. If you have encountered a lion, maintain eye contact, don’t turn your back, and don’t move your eyes away. Have a nice watching! However, if you're in a situation when being bigger won't help (like being stuck with a grizzly bear), make sure your pepper spray (also called mace or bear spray) is handy. Many wild animals can be dangerous, or even fatal for a person. Loud noises like whistles and air horns can help as well. Do not move quickly or run, and do not approach the bear. Focus your counterattack on the bear’s nose and eyes. They are naturally cautious animals and tend to back down if thrown into a conflict. Watch the video, make notes, and remember to give us thumbs up for worrying about your well-being! Avoid eye contact and try to wisper something. If you leave them alone, they’ll leave you alone. How to survive in wild animals attack. Breaking News Alert: Facebook Is Suppressing Politically Conservative Content. All bears should be viewed as a threat. Speak to the lion in a reasonably loud and confident voice. Back away slowly, speaking in a quiet voice. Gorillas are the king of the jungle as the feed and protect its family. Make loud noises; bang things together if you can. Try to slowly walk away from it without making eye contact and be non-aggressive. If a polar bear charges at you, make as much noise as you can. Which cookies and scripts are used and how they impact your visit is specified on the left. Join PatriotPlanet.com Today and Let Your Voice Be Heard. Approved. wikiHow is where trusted research and expert knowledge come together. Please consider making a contribution to wikiHow today. Coyote. Most can climb trees and move pretty quickly. Do everything you can to stay on your feet if attacked. Rhino Attack: Because of their bad eyesight, Rhinos easily get frightened and attack. Alternatively, if you encounter a big cat in the wild, stand your ground and try to make yourself seem as big as possible so you're more threatening, and avoid running away since you'll trigger the cat's instinct to chase you. While there’s not a single, standard way to defend yourself against attacking animals and survive the encounter, you can choose the best strategy based on the animal that's confronting you. Do your best to cover your tracks and keep from attracting them. Do not allow any food or any clothes that you cooked in, in your tent. How to respond to an encounter with a wild animal depends on which animal it is, as outlined in these species-specific responses to North American wildlife. Bears are found across much of the U.S. and are a formidable predator. Also, you, "The part that helped me out the most was the wolf tips. How to survive bear or shark attack? Out of 150 species only 20 species attack humans. You should not rely solely on information contained in this website to evaluate the product or service being endorsed. Instead, stand your ground and make your appearance as … Always make yourself look bigger. Do your best to cover your tracks and keep from attracting them. Always try to keep a big distance between you and the rhino. Whether you’re facing a deer or a bear, remember the following guidelines to avoid encounters: If the animal becomes aware of your presence, you probably are too close already. How to survive a rhinoceros attack 4:11 How to survive a hippopotamus attack 4:43 How to survive a bull attack 5:24 How to survive a jellyfish attack 5:53 How to survive an alligator or crocodile attack 6:31 How to survive snake attack 7:18 How to survive a bear attack 7:49 How to survive gorilla attack 8:38 How to survive bees attack 9:16. Continue to fight back as aggressively as possible and it will release you as sharks don't want to fight for a meal. Hoist a party member on your shoulders to fend it off. In most cases, this wouldn't work. If you're planning on spending time in the wild, research the animals that live in the area and read ahead on how to survive encounters and attacks from those specific animals. MATERIAL CONNECTION DISCLOSURE: You should assume that this website has an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection to the persons or businesses mentioned in or linked to from this page and may receive commissions from purchases you make on subsequent web sites. Mountain lions can surprise you. Try to look more massive, to create such an impression, lift your arms and jacket up, If you look big and threatening, the animal will try to avoid the encounter. Use pepper spray in its eyes to blind it. As you prepare for your next hiking, fishing, or camping trip, don’t forget to research the types of animals that you may encounter in your local wilderness. For instance, you may need to know about, All tip submissions are carefully reviewed before being published, This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. So what can you do to survive an attack? Your best defenses are: The great outdoors is full of great predators, and even other large animals that can be dangerous to humans if threatened. Have an air horn, whistle, or a can or pepper spray handy while out in the wild. If a bear attacks you, DO NOT PANIC OR SHOW ANY SIGNS OF PANIC. To make animals leave you alone, climb a tree rock or a steep hillside. Share with us your experience in the comments section! Always keep your distance, especially from mothers with their babies. You may change your settings at any time. What should you do if you are bitten by a snake? Please help us continue to provide you with our trusted how-to guides and videos for free by whitelisting wikiHow on your ad blocker. Your email address will not be published. Attacks by coyote are very rare but you’ll want to avoid it at all cost, especially from rabid … If a crocodile charges out of a swamp or overgrown lake and starts to charge, pick a direction and run as fast as you can. Protecting Yourself from Animal Attacks. How to survive wild animal attacks? To learn how to survive a shark or snake attack, scroll down! Adult alligators and crocs can only run about 18–20 miles per hour (29–32 km/h), so most adults should be able to outrun a crocodile. Don’t try to run because they will outrun you. The chances of encountering wild animals when you are in the comfort of your home is exceedingly slim – but imagine if the world as we know it today ceases to exist and an apocalyptic phenomenon forces us to live in a dystopian world like the Mad Max films. The degree of water reduces throughout the drought, so the hippos hide in the high lawn. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. To survive an attack from a wild canine, throw stones or sticks in the direction of the animal, and try to be as loud as possible to scare it off. If you are attacked by a wild animal, that means they found you and identified you as prey. Learn techniques to evade a shark attack and try your best to make sure it never happens. If you are attacked by a wild animal, that means they found you and identified you as prey. In most cases, bears won't attack unless they feel cornered or surprised. Click here to learn more about how to survive ANY animal attack! If a shark gets your head, you will most likely die. If the bear lowers its head and pins its ears back, be ready: it will likely charge at you. While it won't necessarily hurt your chances of surviving an attack, it's just not necessary. most of them just dont perceive you as food. there are so many animal attacks incidents have reported around the Sri Lanka . This means that they are unlikely to attack in groups. When stuck in a dangerous situation with an animal, making yourself look bigger will help as animals determine ranks by strength and height. Also don’t try climbing a tree to escape. Try shouting things like “Help!” or “shark attack!”. If a bear attacks and you don't have bear spray, curl up into a ball and interlace your fingers over the back of your neck. Try not to run your way out, because rhinos can run up to 35 MPH. They will never attack you if you behave obidiently. If you're with a group of people, ask them to help you unwind the snake's body. If it is charging at you, try to get out if its way. Pick up children so they don’t look like prey. ", "The fact that you should remain still if a snake coils around you, it might be feeding its curiosity. How to Survive Animal Attacks in the Wild. This article has been viewed 141,415 times. What should I do if a shark pulls me underwater? Ask the park ranger or the locals about the probability of wild animal attacks in the area. I heard that if you stay still, a shark will let go. 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Having a backpack on can also help, since the lion won’t have easy access to your neck from behind you. If the cougar attacks, stay on your feet. If you’re vertical in the water, sharks will not be sure what you are. Stand still and tall. Do not turn your back, run, or crouch down. Is Your State Prepared For The Rest Of 2020? Such a behavior isn’t typical for a victim. ", "I did a research project on sharks, and this helped me a lot!". Always try to avoid them if you can. Today we decided to tell you how to survive wild animal attack. Excessive splashing or activity attracts sharks. Survive wild animal attacks. The point is, you should do “recon” first and foremost, and be prepared for the worst case scenario, as in carry a gun for self defense, especially if there are known cases of wild animal attacks. I would suspect you are much safer from a wild animal attack in the field hunting than you are driving down to the corner supermarket. If you’re worried about a shark attack, don’t get into the water at dusk or dawn. Only run from a bear if you can make it to a building or other place to confine yourself in that’s less than 20 feet (6.1 m) away. If you’re menstruating, it’s probably best to stay out of shark-inhabited waters. To learn how to survive a shark or snake attack, scroll down! Instead, try to appear as least aggressive as possible, and don't fight back. Please consider making a contribution to wikiHow today. Having an arm against your chest will also prevent the snake from forcing air out of your lungs with its constrictions. Be smart when heading out, and make self-protection a priority when packing your gear. Continue reading below on how to survive wild animal attacks! But if you get … If you see a bear standing up on its hind legs, don’t take this as a sign of hostility. Continue to punch and scratch at the gills. Amid the current public health and economic crises, when the world is shifting dramatically and we are all learning and adapting to changes in daily life, people need wikiHow more than ever. Whether you’re hiking, going on a run, mountain biking, or you simply share your environment with dangerous animals, staying informed is key to survival. Do not flail, as this gives them ample opportunity to attack an additional limb. But now it is a serious condition, if a shark gets interested in you, then it will be so tough. Will I die if a shark grabs hold of my head? What do I do then? Bears have excellent sense of smell. If there is a tree near you, climb it or get behind it, as rhinos tend to avoid large obstacles. Consequently, they'll be less inclined to think that you're food. The best way to prevent an animal attack is to avoid crossing paths with them in the first place. You will be up against some of the most powerful beasts on earth. When in doubt, there are some basic recurring themes: Don’t travel alone. The bear is merely curious. If you remain static, the snake will not be sure if you’re edible and should move off. This way you, will baffle the predator, so it will perceive you as an irrit… Keep these rules at your campsite: Even if you follow all of these protocols, it is still entirely possible that you will cross paths with a variety of fierce wildlife, so how should you handle each one? Let's look at the basic rules that will help you survive. Watch the video, make notes, and remember to give us thumbs up for worrying about your well-being! It will give the predator the time to attack. Keep these rules at your campsite: Thoroughly clean up after cooking, including dishes and utensils. Wait there up until it disappears. Don’t bother trying to run from an attacking pack of wild dogs, since they hunt in packs and can easily outrun and corner you. Is this true? However, it is important that you know how to survive in case you are faced with such a situation. Try to gouge the cougar’s eyes out. Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 141,415 times. Make sure you are ready if dangerous animals attack you. What should you do if you are bitten by a snake? This copyrighted material may not be republished without express permission. The snake will need to pause and coil its body before striking you. While animal attacks do happen, they are very rare, unless the injured party has in some way allowed the attack to happen in the first place. We’ve gathered 13 easy tips that will save your life if you do meet a wild animal. Make sounds, and gesticulate. Always exercise due diligence before purchasing any product or service. wikiHow's. There are 31 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. How to Survive an Elephant Animal Attack: Find something tall (at least 10-15 ft/3-4.6 m) to climb (trees, boulders) Jump into a narrow ditch where the elephant’s feet cannot enter (has to be deep enough for the elephant not to reach) Throw a decoy at it Are You Prepared? Whatever you do, do NOT turn and run. What if a grizzly bear tries to hunt me down after I've made contact with its cub(s)? While you should still back away from a snake that's extended full-length, it's less urgent. If you're concerned for the cubs, though, inform a park ranger that there may be orphaned cubs and provide the location. legal disclaimer https://survivallife.com/data-privacy-addendum/, Wild Animal Attacks | What To Do When Attacked By Ferocious Beasts, Tips On How To Survive In The Wild | Defending Against Animal Attack, The 7 Most Dangerous Animals In North America. NOTE: These settings will only apply to the browser and device you are currently using. If you’re hiking with bear spray or another kind of pepper spray, spray it towards the lion’s nose and eyes to scare it off. Study this list and remember how to stay out of danger. If you don’t have any noisemaking devices, talk loudly to the other members of your group to alert lions to your presence. In this case, 90% of readers who voted found the article helpful, earning it our reader-approved status. should prevent making eye contact with a wolf, you should act submissive. How to survive bear or shark attack? Fortunately, though, wild dogs seldom show an interest in attacking humans. 1.Bees Struggling also communicates to the snake that you’re edible prey. How should you react if confronted by an angry wolf? A friend and I meet a lone wolf and were able to fight it, "I liked how you added what to do in situations where the animal has hold of you. We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic. If it shows any signs of aggression, the time may be right to make yourself look larger or more dangerous. They will let go, but by then it may be too late, as you may already have a bite taken out of you. % of people told us that this article helped them. Insane Animal Attack Stories. Purchase bear spray at an outdoor supply store or through online retailers. What should you do if you are bitten by a snake? ", Wild Animal Attack Prevention and Response. The leopard is probably the least likely out of the big cats to attack a human, primarily because they need to be in tip top condition in order to survive, even the smallest injury could render them useless at hunting and cause starvation. We use cookies to make wikiHow great. If the attack continues, fight back with everything you’ve got. This website contains advertisements. 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