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Caught in a Jungle?? Tips and Steps to Survive in a Forest

Have you ever been on a hike admiring the great views, gazing up at the tips of the trees, listening to the rustling of the leaves... and suddenly found yourself completely alone and lost? But forests can also be dangerous places, and if you are not prepared for how to survive in a forest for extended periods of time, you could find yourself quickly in serious trouble if you become lost or separated from your group.If you want to know how to survive in the woods, just follow these steps

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1. Don't Panic

Don't Panic

 Panic is more dangerous than almost anything else, because it interferes with the operation of your single best, most useful and versatile survival tool: your mind. It creates a sense of anger and fear,the moment you realize that you are lost, before you do anything else, stop. Take a deep breath and stay calm.

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2. Orient Yourself

Orient Yourself

Whenever possible, orient yourself on landmarks such as mountain ranges in order to get your bearings.Look for ready-made shelters, like blowdowns, or trees with dense, low canopies. Otherwise, build: Lean large branches against a solid object (live trees, stumps, boulders, or cliffs) to make a lean-to keep your body active

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3. Make Fire

Make Fire

Fire gives you hope ,Look for flammable, resin-rich fatwood in the knots of dead pines, then shave it into a tinder pile, or dig around in dry-rotted wood for spongy punkwood, which easily takes a spark.You should have access to dry wood in the understory of the forest. You can also use bark or dried dung. If you build a fire that is hot enough, you can also burn green wood, brush, or tree boughs to make a signaling fire that creates a lot of smoke.
The best wood for maintaining a fire is dead wood that you pull off a standing tree. Regardless of what type of woods you are in, there will certainly be some dry wood available.

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4. Find Good Source of Water

Find Good Source of Water

This is most Important .In a survival situation, you can last up to three days without water, but by the end of the second day you’re not going to be in very good shape; find water before then.
The best source of water is a spring, but the chances of finding one are slim.
A running stream is your next best bet; the movement of the water reduces sediment. Be advised that drinking water from streams can lead to some sicknesses, but when you’re in a life-or-death situation, the risk of illness is a secondary consideration.

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7. Bring a means of Communication

Bring a means of Communication

A cell phone with a spare battery or a portable CB radio can be your best, quickest means of rescue if you are truly lost or injured. A cell signal may only be obtainable only from a hill or tree, but is better than nothing. Serious hikers may even consider investing in a personal locator beacon such as the SPOT Messenger for extended, precarious, or very remote, treks. 

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