Outdoor Survival


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Outdoor Survival

  1. 1. •What you need. •How to build a lean to. •How to gut a fish. •How to build a good fire. •How to make a snare. •How to get water •Clip By Jake H and Rohan B
  2. 2. Button compass Picture wire Cotton Good wool Penknife torch Flint striker Wire saw
  3. 3.  A lean to is a good shelter because if you have a fire outside the shelter it will keep you very warm, these are practically water proof but if there is a storm you should put a tarpaulin over it.
  4. 4.  1.Catch a fish.  2.Hold it firm and cut off its head.  3. Turn the fish upside-down and the knife and cut up its tummy.  Then take out all the guts.  Then cook and enjoy!
  5. 5.  First of all you get some tinder such as cotton wool or silver birch bark and then you find some small twigs and build a tepee round the tinder gradually the sticks getting bigger and bigger then you light the tinder and you should have a roaring fire.
  6. 6.  First of all you need to find a fence post or a tree .Then you get your picture wire and cut off bit about 20cm long, then make a small loop at one end and thread the other end through the small loop. Then you attach one end to the fence post or tree. So when an animal goes through the loop it will tighten and the TIP: Smear the picture wire in animal will not be able animal dung so the animals cannot to get out smell your scent on the trap.
  7. 7.  In the desert  Analyze the land!  If you are far from any kind of trail, you can still find water.  If the majority of the desert is dunes, the first thing you want to do is to search for the lowest point between the dunes.  If you are lucky you may find a bush, in which cases is plants there is water.  Look for any rock boulder which you could dug under.
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