How do you survive in a rainforest

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Imagine you were on a plane, heading to a Rainforest. Would you
know how to survive/live it? Could you take the the temperature?
Could you manage living in a Rainforest for how long you didn’t
know for? But imagine, imagine something bad happened, whilst
you was on that plane. Imagine it crashed right into the Rainforest
and everyone on that plane died, and you was the only who
survived. What would you do? How would you survive? What
would you eat and drink? Where would you sleep? So much
questions would fly into your head which you wouldn’t know how
to answer. How would you be feeling? I know one question that
would fly into your head. How long would you survive in the
Rainforest? Maybe a month or even two weeks or maybe even
less than a week. You didn’t know how long you you would survive
in the Rainforest would you? They were definitely predators and
creatures in the Rainforest which would harm you. What would
you eat? Where would you find food to eat? How would you know
that the food that you was eating was not poisonous?
How would you find fresh, clean water to drink? And where would you
find it? Furthermore where would you sleep because remember if you
go to a Rainforest never ever sleep on the floor even if you have no
where to sleep because it is dangerous. If you want to know why it is
dangerous because big creatures, small creatures, big predators and
small predators live on the ground on the Rainforest. If you sleep on
the floor they might bite you or you might get an infection or diseases.
So, that is why you should never ever, ever sleep on the floor in
Rainforests. Anyway, in this Survival Guide you will find out how to
survive in a Rainforest and you will find out tips and warnings about
the Rainforest as well as. However, if you do ever go to a Rainforest or
your plane crashes into a Rainforest always follow this Survival Guide
book because it has everything that you need to survive in a
Rainforest. So please, please follow it because it will help you and you
won’t get any infections or diseases or bites or stings and you will
definitely not die as you can already see that it is the Survival Guide to
follow and will ever be. So, if you want to know how to survive in a
Rainforest you better carry on reading to find out more!
Step One: Water
Where will you find fresh, clean water to drink?
Where will you find fresh, clean water to drink in a Rainforest?
And how will you know that they is no alive bacteria floating
around in it? However, if you do have alive bacteria floating
around in it how will you take the bacteria out of it to make it
safe to drink?
Step Two: Food
Eat the foods in the Rainforest which you are familiar with and
the foods which you are sure with that are not poisonous.
Eat alot of fruit which you are sure with and not berries
because most berries are poisonous in a rainforest even though
they don’t look poisonous. But where will you find food to eat
and how will you know that it is not poisonous and is safe to eat
and drink whether it is food or drink it may be poisonous or
could be poisonous.
Step Three: Build a fire
Where will you find wood to build/start a fire?
Is wood easy or hard to find in a Rainforest? Where will you
find it? And how will you start and build a fire as well?
Step Four: Build or find a shelter
Where would you find a shelter to stay? And what would you
find to build a shelter with to stay for the night to be safe in?
Would you find a shelter to sleep in for the night or would
you build a shelter for yourself to be safe in for the night? If
you you did have to have to build a shelter what would you
use to build yourself a shelter with? Would you use branches
or trees or would you use leaves? Or would you use moss?
Would you use sleep in a hammock and build it out of some
trees, branches, leaves and moss? Or would you use a bit of
old material that you with you to build it out of it?
Step Five: Protect yourself
Cover yourself up to prevent less bites and poisonous
animals, creatures and insects.
How can you protect yourself to prevent the decrease of
bites and poisoned bites? How do you know which animals,
creatures and insects are poisonous? What will you do if you
get bitten by a poisonous animal, creature or animal? How
will you invent a medicine or how will you cover yourself if
you get a wound?
Step six: Figure out of a signal
Do you know when you will get or find help? How will you
make a signal and how will you build a signal as well? What
materials will you use to build a signal with and how will you
get somebody’s attention with it to get out of the
Rainforest?
What can you make a signal with in a Rainforest?
What materials will you use to build a signal? Will
you wait for help or will you act fast and quick?
Step Seven: First aid
Remember first aid! How will you treat yourself if
you get a cut, injure yourself or wound yourself.
What will you use for first aid if you get hurt? Is
there anything in a Rainforest which can help you if
you get injured or wounded? What will you do if
you get an infection or a disease?
Carry on reading to find out more; of how you
survive in a Rainforest. Good luck!
Step One: Water
Where will you find fresh, clean water
to drink?
Where will you find fresh, clean water
to drink in a Rainforest? And how will
you know that they is no alive bacteria
floating around in it? However, if you
do have alive bacteria floating around
in it how will you take the bacteria out
of it to make it safe to drink?
Well, first of all the first step is if you ever get stuck in the Rainforest is to
find fresh, clean water to drink. You can survive three whole weeks
without food and only three whole days without water. Water is very
valid and you can’t survive very long without it. You need water because
it is very important and if you don’t drink any water for three whole days
you will most likely die or get very; very ill. In addition to this you will
dehydrate. You need water because it keeps your body hydrated and it is
the most important fluid in your body that you definitely need to drink
every single day. The amount of water that you need to drink every single
day is eight glasses a day for adults and six glasses a day for kids, children
and teenagers. The benefits of water is water is your body's major
chemical element and makes up about 60 percent of your body weight.
Every system in your body depends on water. For example, water flushes
toxins out of energetic organs, carries nutrients to your cells and provides
a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues. Lack of water can
lead to dehydration, a condition that occurs when you don't have enough
water in your body to carry out normal functions. Even mild dehydration
can drain your energy and make you tired. Everyday you lose water
through your breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For
your body to function properly, you must refill its water supply by
consuming drinks and foods that contain water. So, where will you find
fresh, clean water to drink in a Rainforest? There are many sources of
water in a rainforest. If you want to find fresh, clean to drink you should
always find a swam of flies because then you would know that you are
never far away from water. Springs and rivers be plentiful, carrying the
runoff from the frequent rains which is very good. If you want to drink
from Springs and rivers which is from the carrying the runoff from the
frequent rains. You will first have to boil the water of and then it would be
fresh and clean to drink. Furthermore it wouldn’t have any alive or dead
bacteria floating in it and it would be safe to drink. You would boil water in
a pot under a fire (Which you would have to start) and when it starts
bubbling then make sure you blow out the fire and let it cool and settle for
at least twelve hours and then eventually in the end it would be safe to
drink. You could also find fresh, clean water to drink by finding a plant
called a 'water vine‘. It holds water within itself. If you cut sections of the
vine off, and good drinking water will pour out. Which is the best method
to use because it is quick and easy. Even though finding the vine can be a
pain in the neck because it is extremely hard finding the vine.
The very first priority for any survivor in the Rainforest is to find water that
is fit to be drunk. It is very easy to find water in the Rainforest, but one has
to take safety measures in order not to drink contaminated water, because
that could easily cause, not only, later health problems but, very possibly,
serious and direct problems for your health. One of the main dangers in a
Rainforest is to drink contaminated water ,because of the diseases you
might catch such as dysentery, typhoid and even cholera; these waters
also tend to be full of fleas, lice, vermin, bedbugs, pests, bugs and
bloodsuckers and amoebas that will produce serious and many times fatal
diseases. Amongst the parasites, one of the most dangerous ones is the
tremátodos since they can be found in quiet pools and other
contaminated waters. These parasites can enter your body, both through
drinking the water or directly through your skin, as when you walk into a
swamp. The way to avoid these illnesses is to boil your drinking water for
at least three minutes or use water purifying tablets, or to wear your
clothes when walking through a swamp. Muddy water from a swamp can
be made drinkable, even if smelling bad, if it is boiled for at least three
minutes and then let to settle for at least 12 hours and then sifted through
a piece of cloth before drinking it will be safe and won’t harm you.
They is a simple test to do to check if the water is contaminated. A
simple test to determine whether water is contaminated is to pour
some very fine sand on top of the surface of still water in a bowl. If
the sand floats, the water is contaminated, since it is then more
dense, but if it falls quickly to the bottom, it means that the water is
reasonably clean. You can find safe drinking water in the nuts and
shells of certain types of palm trees and you can also drink the
droplets that gathers on the leaves of trees or inside some of the
vines that hang from trees and that are at least of a thickness of 3
to 5 centimetres.
Step Two: Food
Eat the foods in the Rainforest which you are
familiar with and the foods which you are sure
with that are not poisonous.
Eat alot of fruit which you are sure with and
not berries because most berries are
poisonous in a rainforest even though they
don’t look poisonous. But where will you find
food to eat and how will you know that it is
not poisonous and is safe to eat and drink
whether it is food or drink it may be poisonous
or could be poisonous.
The second step in the Rainforest is Food. You can survive three
whole weeks without food which is a reasonable bit of time. But
where can you find not poisonous food to eat and food that is not
contaminated with any germs on it either? However food is easily
available in the Rainforest, if you know how to find it. There is a
production of animal life to eat. Monkeys are plentiful and tasty.
Paca (a large rodent) tastes like roast beef. Alligators, piranha, and
snakes are also tasty. Edible tubers such as potatoes, yucca, and
boniato are quite tasty and plentiful, but so are poisonous tubers
which shouldn’t be eaten because they can harm you. Fruit is also
plentiful in the Rainforest and is very healthy as well. However, in
the cases of finding something you do not recognise as having eaten
before and when you are not sure if it is safe, it is always better to
nibble on a small piece and after tasting it, wait for approximately
an hour to see if it causes any opposing effects. It is preferable to
peel them first and even boil them because they may contain
pathogenic organisms. Do not eat them raw unless you recognise
There is a lot of food in the Rainforest, but one must
learn to recognise it and stay away from poisonous
plants. If you see monkeys or other animals,
including birds, eating from the fruits of a tree, these
are usually, but not always, good to eat because they
could be poisonous. You can also make stationary
traps for fishing. You can always make yourself a
fishing net and and catch some fish. You can start a
fire and then cook them by getting a stick and
hanging them on it and it will make a superb supper.
But make sure you clean it before you cook it
because you don’t want any nasty infections or
diseases inside you.
Look for coconuts, squash, cucumber,
cashews, peanuts and citrus fruits, all of which
are plentiful I the amazon also these fruits are
very healthy. As well as eat berries, fruits,
vegetables and nuts which your to avoid the
risk accidental poisoning. In addition to this
you should eat berries, fruits, vegetables and
nuts which you are familiar with and have
defiantly eat before. If your able to find fruit or
catch fish from a lake/river, don’t hoard it, as it
will attract wild life and spoil quickly in the
tropical heat and humidity.
Step Three: Build a fire
Where will you find wood to build/start a fire?
Is wood easy or hard to find in a Rainforest?
Where will you find it? And how will you start
and build a fire as well?
Step three is to build a fire. So, where would you get wood from
to build a fire with in a Rainforest? Is there lots of wood in a
Rainforest to make a fire with or do you have to chop a tree
down to get some wood? Well, basically if you want to start a
fire whether to keep warm or for a signal or to cook something
to eat or to scare predators away or to dry wet clothes or really
whatever the reason is; they is a lot of reasons how you can
make a fire. The first reason is that you can rub wood together to
start a fire which can be found of small logs on the ground and
small logs of wood can also be found in damp places for example
like woodlice and very small insects and maybe small creatures
because small insects and creatures like cold and damp places.
Another idea is rubbing Flintstone together to create a spark.
Another way would be either magnifying glass or natural fires
could happen from a simple dew or raindrop hanging from a leaf
and the to the angle of the sun which would be just right.
Step Four: Build or find a shelter
Where would you find a shelter to stay? And what
would you find to build a shelter with to stay for the
night to be safe in?
Would you find a shelter to sleep in for the night or
would you build a shelter for yourself to be safe in
for the night? If you you did have to have to build a
shelter what would you use to build yourself a
shelter with? Would you use branches or trees or
would you use leaves? Or would you use moss?
Would you use sleep in a hammock and build it out
of some trees, branches, leaves and moss? Or would
you use a bit of old material that you with you to
build it out of it?
Would you build yourself a shelter for the night to stay in or would you find
yourself a shelter for the night to stay in? Would it be hard building your own
self a shelter? What materials would you use to build it with? If you did not
build yourself a shelter where would you stay for the night? Well, basically it
is not that hard really if you think about it. If you do not build yourself a
shelter then you can look around the Rainforest for a safe place to stay for
the night for example often small caves can be found, but they are most
often occupied. Some caves are occupied with other insects, creatures,
animals and big predators can sometimes be found living in them for
example Tigers, lions, bears , cheaters and maybe you might find a few bats
here and there. You should never; ever share a cave with any big predators
even if they are a sleep when you and go and find a cave and see them
never stay there because they are dangerous and might kill you if they find
you in the morning or the night or in the daytime because they might be
scared of you or they might be angry because of you. Whatever that you
want to do is find or build a shelter use whatever materials you have or you
can find to protect yourself from heavy rains and flooding, insects, and
poisonous spiders and snakes . Gather whatever you can to build your
shelter with even if you find something and you might not think that it is
necessary it might be necessary for later.
Wilderness shelters can be built in varying shapes and sizes,
generally depending on the builder's needs. There are loads of
ways to build a shelter but the best way is to use whatever you
have found or can found for example bits of trees, twigs,
branches, leaves, moss, even grass maybe. It is basically
whatever you find because the more your shelter will be and the
more chance that is will not be porous and will be waterproof
and will be relaxing and safe for you to stay in and also, that you
won’t get harmed. Read on and there is a way to build yourself a
shelter which won’t take long and will have all the good points
that are mentioned a little bit before in the Survival Guide. Step
one to build a shelter is to find a suitable place to build.
Generally, the best place to build a shelter is in a "fringe", an area
between an open field and dense underbrush. Having water
nearby is important, however the shelter should be built no less
than 50 yards away or the water vapour can carry body heat
away.
The second step is Search for an object to brace the shelter against.
Long boulders or fallen trees can be ideal for bracing a shelter, but
any large, permanent object can work. It is also, possible to tie a
long branch between two other branches braced in the ground,
though this can be more difficult and slightly less sturdy. Some
people prefer to brace a sturdy, forked branch in the ground and lay
a longer branch over the top. There are many different possible
ways to build a lean-to. The third step is to find sticks to lean them
against the horizontal brace. These sticks should be somewhat
sturdy, as they will form a side of the shelter. Be sure that there is
enough room between them and the brace for you to crawl inside
comfortably this will keep you safe. Step four is to pile small
branches and twigs over the stout sticks which you have collected
hopefully. Leave only the two ends open. These sticks will form the
other side of the lean-to shelter and will order it to not fall down.
But, if it falls down it means that you haven't built it properly and
that means you will have to build it again and I don’t think that you
would like to build it again.
Step five is to pile small wreckage such as leaves and
moss over the shelter. This will provide further padding
and protection from the elements. Nearly any small
forest fragments will work, so long as it won't blow
away readily you are safe and protected. The last and
final step is to dig a pit for a fire. This will keep you
away from danger for example predators like Cheetahs,
Tigers, Bears and lions because this will warm the
animals that they is dander alert. Also, this will keep
you safe and not in danger. In order to ensure your
safety and the safety of the forest and anyone around,
be sure to dig a small pit to contain the fire. Keep it a
safe distance from any underbrush and your shelter.
Clear away all rubbish that could catch fire.
Also, if you want to sleep on the floor in the Rainforest
because you don’t want to build yourself a shelter because
you don’t want to or you can’t be bothered or you don’t
know how to. Do not never; ever, ever sleep on the floor in
the Rainforest because it is dangerous and you might get
bitten by a poisonous animal and then you could get an
infection or a disease. If you want to sleep outside in the
Rainforest then make yourself a hammock. Which is very
impressive and is very comfortable at the same time as well.
You could make your hammock with an old, ragged piece of
cloth that you have or you could be creative and make it out
of wood, trees, branches, leaves, moss and loads, loads
more whatever you can find to build it more better and it
will have less chance of falling down and will have more
positive points about it than negatives about it.
Another way is to build a bed but on stilts on the
ground so it can also, be safe to sleep there. You
can use the same kinds of materials that you
could use to make your hammock with. Shelter
is not really hard in the all you have to do is to
make sure that you don’t sleep on the floor and
then basically you are all right because then you
won’t get bitten, an infection, a disease, a
wound or whatever that can happen to you. The
good points about your shelter is that it needs to
be strong, waterproof, not porous, is high
enough from the ground and that; well that is it.
Step Five: Protect yourself
Cover yourself up to prevent less bites and
poisonous animals, creatures and insects.
How can you protect yourself to prevent
the decrease of bites and poisoned bites?
How do you know which animals,
creatures and insects are poisonous? What
will you do if you get bitten by a poisonous
animal, creature or animal? How will you
invent a medicine or how will you cover
yourself if you get a wound?
How can you protect yourself to prevent the decrease
of bites and poisoned bites? How do you know which
animals, creatures and insects are poisonous? What will
you do if you get bitten by a poisonous animal, creature
or animal? How will you invent a medicine or how will
you cover yourself if you get a wound? The next step is
to protect yourself so you don’t get hurt or injure
yourself and end up getting a wound. So, how do you
actually cover yourself up to decrease the reduce of
bites. Step one if you get a nasty bloodsucking creature
or insect on your arm or anywhere on your body then
you can’t simply just pull it of you will hurt yourself and
it will definitely not come of because nasty
bloodsucking creature or insects do not come of your
body because they stick to your skin no matter
how long you pull at them they won’t come off
unless you put Vaseline on them. Keep your skin
covered. Roll down your sleeves and cover your
face as much as you can to avoid scratches and
insect bites. Wear pants instead of shorts. Treat
any wounds immediately and as properly as
possible because if you don’t treat them properly
you could get an infection. Cover all your body and
wear long-sleeved clothes wear big heavy boots.
But if you don’t have big boots then first wrap your
feet in plastic bags to protect them from getting
wet and this will also help them not getting bitten.
Step six: Figure out of a signal
Do you know when you will get or find help?
How will you make a signal and how will you
build a signal as well? What materials will you
use to build a signal with and how will you get
somebody’s attention with it to get out of the
Rainforest?
What can you make a signal with in a
Rainforest? What materials will you use to
build a signal? Will you wait for help or will you
act fast and quick?
Do you know when you will get or find help? How will you make a signal and
how will you build a signal as well? What materials will you use to build a
signal with and how will you get somebody’s attention with it to get out of
the Rainforest? You don’t know when you are going to get help so it is better
to react first than staying there for a long time and figuring a signal out for a
very long time. If you want to get out of the Rainforest quick here are some
ways that will help you to get out of the Rainforest. You could make the word
SOS meaning “Save Our Souls”. You could make this word by using reflecting
objects such as a powerless laptop. Also, if a plane crash got you into the
Rainforest you could arrange a debris so that a search party would come and
look for you this will help if you have done the word “SOS” so whilst the
search party are looking for you then, they will roughly know where you are
because you have done the wording so they will know where you are. But, if
you didn’t want to anyone of these things then you could just wait for help
and sooner or later search parties will come and look for you because they
would haven already figured out that the plane crashed and they would send
search parties to come and look for you but this would be better if you made
a signal yourself and then if you did make the word “SOS” when the search
parties come and look for you then they would know because they can se
the word from the air.
Step Seven: First aid
Remember first aid! How will you
treat yourself if you get a cut, injure
yourself or wound yourself.
What will you use for first aid if you
get hurt? Is there anything in a
Rainforest which can help you if you
get injured or wounded? What will
you do if you get an infection or a
disease?
Remember first aid! How will you treat yourself if you get a
cut, injure yourself or wound yourself. What will you use for
first aid if you get hurt? Is there anything in a Rainforest which
can help you if you get injured or wounded? What will you do
if you get an infection or a disease? First is very important in a
Rainforest because what happens if you get a nasty disease or
an infection that is contagious what are you going to do about
it then? Because you can’t just it there can you because it
could or might kill you. Bug bites is a nasty nuisance and in
some cases and can lead to an infection. To repel the
infections or diseases or wounds or cuts or whatever you have
rub yourself with garlic; which is a natural defence. So what, if
you smell like a person in a restaurant or someone who is
cooking food which is mentioned with garlic because it will
help you because it will repel the infections and diseases. Also
this will scatter mosquitos and other fanged pests.
Step Eight: How do you get out of the Rainforest?
How would you get out of the Rainforest? What
would you use to help you get out of the
Rainforest? When would you get out? Would you
just wait for help or would you act fast?
Living in a Rainforest can be hard but if you follow
this Survival Guide then you will have no
problems with it and you will be able to survive
and you won’t get any nasty infections, bites,
diseases or anything else that can or could
happen to you. One sure fact is that you won’t die
and you will happily live!
How would you get out of the Rainforest? What would you
use to help you get out of the Rainforest? When would you
get out? Would you just wait for help or would you act fast?
Living in a Rainforest can be hard but if you follow this
Survival Guide then you will have no problems with it and
you will be able to survive and you won’t get any nasty
infections, bites, diseases or anything else that can or could
happen to you. One sure fact is that you won’t die and you
will happily live! So how will or do you get out of the
Rainforest. If you want to get out of the Rainforest all you
have to do is stick to your chosen direction. Choose
something far away and walk to it. Then, choose another
object in the same direction and walk to that if you find
something that may or could mean that you are going in the
right direction then go in that direction because you may
find a way out.
Always go down hill because you will always find
water when you go down hill. If you find water down
hill then you will always find people because where
ever there is water they will always be people. Use a
stick or a branch as a guide to help you walk through
the Rainforest this will help you to make way for
yourself to help you get out of the Rainforest.
Remember always Pay close attention to your
surroundings and landmarks and relate this to your
location on a map. Staying calm is very important
because if you panic then that is your greatest
enemy you could get stressed and you automatically
loose the direction that you are going in.
Trust your map and compass (if you have them) and do
not walk aimlessly. Use the compass to give you a sense
of direction. Think of which way you came, and if that
was Northeast, and then recall if you took a turn and
what the direction the turn was. If you are calm, you can
remember a great many things. If you are on a trail do
not leave it. A very good point is to start retracing your
steps. Leave markers where ever you go, so you can
return to where you are. Also, if someone tries to find
you, they will look for markers. So make as many as you
can, on every turn that you make, and try to mark the
direction you are taking. You got off the trail, maybe ten
minutes ago, so if you track back more than that time,
you know you are on the wrong track.
Remember that if you are not able to retrace your steps,
then the best thing is to just stay put, in one place and let
the searchers find you. Create a marking so it can be seen by
air. Sing loudly or shout help, when you hear others trying to
find you. If you have a whistle, blow it or use a blade of
grass. Stay in the open so they can find you easily. Do not
hide in a cave or under brushes. If you are still lost by
nightfall then you should always stay placed where you are
until morning, if you are injured, or if you are near
exhaustion. It is smarter to stay put and try to find your way
out in the daylight. Remember that as a last resort, follow a
drainage or stream downhill or downstream. This can be
hard going but will often lead to a trail or road and you will
eventually come to civilization which will be amazing and
great news for you.
Here are some tips
and warnings of
“How You Survive
In A Rainforest”!
If you find wildlife that looks like it wants to make you
dinner, stay calm. Try to slowly get away and listen
closely for movement. Do not attempt to run. Most
predators will thoughtlessly chase escaping prey.
Always keep to the trail, never wander off. This will
keep you from getting lost in the first place.
Make sure you bring plenty of matches or a lighter.
Along with this bring even more water than you
expect to drink. This is not for the daily drinking, but
more for being prepared if you get lost. Drink to
rehydrate - rationing small sips of water will moisten
your mouth, but will not keep you alive. A good rule
of thumb is to drink no less than 4 ounces of water at
a time.
Remember always drink salty water because if you drink
salty water then you will not dehydrate. But, if you do
drink salty water then you will dehydrate because if you
drink normal water which is not salty then you will get
thirsty after a few minutes and if you drink salt water then
you will get thirsty not that often.
Look for coconuts, squash, cucumber, cashews, peanuts
and citrus fruits, all of which are plentiful I the amazon
also these fruits are very healthy. As well as eat berries,
fruits, vegetables and nuts which your to avoid the risk
accidental poisoning. In addition to this you should eat
berries, fruits, vegetables and nuts which you are familiar
with and have defiantly eat before. If your able to find
fruit or catch fish from a lake/river, don’t hoard it, as it will
attract wild life and spoil quickly in the tropical heat and
humidity.
They is a simple test to do to check if the water is
contaminated. A simple test to determine whether water
is contaminated is to pour some very fine sand on top of
the surface of still water in a bowl. If the sand floats, the
water is contaminated, since it is then more dense, but if
it falls quickly to the bottom, it means that the water is
reasonably clean. You can find safe drinking water in the
nuts and shells of certain types of palm trees and you can
also drink the droplets that gathers on the leaves of trees
or inside some of the vines that hang from trees and that
are at least of a thickness of 3 to 5 centimetres.
Do not never; ever, ever sleep on the floor in the
Rainforest because it is dangerous and you might get
bitten by a poisonous animal and then you could get an
infection or a disease.
make the word SOS meaning “Save Our Souls”. You
could make this word by using reflecting objects such
as a powerless laptop. Also, if a plane crash got you
into the Rainforest you could arrange a debris so that
a search party would come and look for you this will
help if you have done the word “SOS” so whilst the
search party are looking for you then, they will
roughly know where you are because you have done
the wording so they will know where you are.
Bug bites is a nasty nuisance and in some cases and
can lead to an infection. To repel the infections or
diseases or wounds or cuts or whatever you have
rub yourself with garlic; which is a natural defence.
Always go down hill because you will always find water when
you go down hill. If you find water down hill then you will
always find people because where ever there is water they will
always be people. Use a stick or a branch as a guide to help you
walk through the Rainforest this will help you to make way for
yourself to help you get out of the Rainforest. Remember always
Pay close attention to your surroundings and landmarks and
relate this to your location on a map. Staying calm is very
important because if you panic then that is your greatest enemy
you could get stressed and you automatically loose the direction
that you are going in.
Treat any wounds immediately and as properly as possible
because if you don’t treat them properly you could get an
infection. Cover all your body and wear long-sleeved clothes
wear big heavy boots. But if you don’t have big boots then first
wrap your feet in plastic bags to protect them from getting wet
and this will also help them not getting bitten.

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