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5 Ways to survive in the rainforest

Mystery, adventure and great dangers await the man in the jungle and some advice can always be useful


5 Ways to survive in the rainforest

The rain forests, famous for their persistent rains and dense vegetation, have always been a mysterious and dangerous place for modern man. Located in south-east Asia, in sub-Saharan Africa and in south-central America, survival in these areas is practically impossible if you do not have the necessary knowledge and skills. Sparsely inhabited by small indigenous groups, who have managed to adapt to extreme living conditions, even soldiers lost in these areas have not made it back home alive.


Here are the five ways to survive in the rainforest:


ORIENTATION, essential to survive in the thick of the jungle is to know the correct direction you are following. To get a better idea of ​​the territory and the direction to take if you don't have a compass, you can climb up to the top of a tree.

A SERPENT !!!, finding a snake in a rainforest is really easy, in fact more than 360 species of snakes live in it, most of them poisonous, so my advice is to be careful where you put your feet because you could exchange them for branches of trees and trample them.

FOOD , the jungle does not offer inexperienced people enough food to survive but paying attention to the details something is always found. In the forest if you are not able to hunt, look for animals or build traps you can eat with all the fruits that the flora offers (bananas, pineapples, mangoes)

NIGHT AND THE REFUGE , the worst moment when you get lost in the jungle is the arrival of night. The night in the forest comes suddenly that's why we need to organize a bivouac before it gets dark. Always choose an elevated area to build a shelter. It is of primary importance, when possible, to light a fire, better if smoky in order not to become the meal of mosquitoes and other insects. In addition to being very annoying, mosquito bites can transmit diseases such as malaria or blood fever.

EYE TO BRANCHES! as I said before, walking in the tangles of branches that make up the undergrowth of the jungle is really difficult, so we advise you to always have a scythe handy to cut the branches, remember, they should always be cut towards the sides to avoid injury when we cross the gap.
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Le Minh Hieu is a national-level weightlifter and a Singapore Weightlifting sports performance coach. Hieu's biggest passion is helping everyone find confidence, happiness, and health through fitness.

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