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How To Survive A Shark Attack

In this video, I tell you how to survive a shark attack. If a shark attacks you, there is a decent chance that you'll survive. There are certain things that you can do to give you the absolute best chance at survival; I outline those things within this video! I tell you, step by step, what you should be doing if you think that a shark is going to attack you, and what you should do if the shark actually bites you!

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The Amazing Facts behind the shark is, any shark has 3 major parts in his body, the front part is called Head, the middle part is called Trunk, and the rest part of shark body is called Tail.

Most of the sharks were not perceive human as food. You know about it, come on, let’s see, it’s interesting, only around 10 percentage of Shark Species attacks human, out of 150 species.

Rest were don’t. Now we see, how to escape from shark, it they start attacking. Please Do not start attack sharks, and important thing is, don’t turn back and see the sharks, you start moving on your own direction. In worst case if you caught, only aims on the eyes and gills of shark, which is sensitive part of any shark

Reason for this Video : Many fatal were occurring in world due to Shark attack. Just to create awareness this video is prepared.

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10 Easy Ways to Survive a Wild Animal Attack

How to survive bear or shark attack? What should you do if you are bitten by a snake? Here're some tips on what to do when you encounter a wild animal and how to survive wild animal attacks.

When we meet some wild animals on a picnic or in the woods, we get scared. But we usually don't know what to do in each case as we might not fully realize the danger and act properly.
Any warm-blooded animal might be a carrier of rabies. This is a lethal disease that can't be cured. The disease is transmitted through a bite or spit. However sweet an animal seems, you'd better not touch it.

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Meeting a moose in the woods 0:27
Meeting a moose or a boar on the road while driving 1:39
Meeting a hedgehog 2:25
If you're attacked by an angry boar 2:58
If there's a bat in your apartment 3:31
If a coyote, a fox, or a jackal noticed you 4:21
If a nestling has fallen out of its nest 4:50
If a dolphin is near you while you're swimming in the sea 5:19
If a dolphin has been washed ashore 6:19
Meeting a shark in the open sea 6:57
Some extra tips 7:59

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-Never approach moose calves or make any abrupt movements.
-Don’t Press the car horn or blink the lights if you see a moose or a boar on the road. Slowly stop if the animal appears on the road.
-Never touch a hedgehog barehanded as you might catch a whole variety of infections, only take it with you if it’s wounded.
-Don’t try to outrun an angry boar, climb up a tree instead.
-Don’t panic if you find a bat in your apartment. Put on some thick gloves and carefully take it.
-Never try to play with a fox, coyote, or a jackal no matter how cute it looks. Instead, stretch out your arms or clothes to give the impression that you have increased in size.
-Only try to save a nestling if it has visible damage.
-Don’t think that a dolphin can do absolutely no harm to you. Swim away from it if you can.
-If you see a dolphin ashore, don’t carry it back to the sea. Speak to rescuers or the coast guard and wait for help near the dolphin.
-In case you ever meet a shark, stay still and defend yourself. Punch it on the nose with all your might and try to leave the water.
-Don't let your pets play with wild animals. Don't feed wild animals. Never touch young animals. Their parents will be aggressive.

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4 Tips on How to Stay Safe at Sea

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Summer is a great time to enjoy the sun and the seaside, but both the beach and the sea can be full of dangers. To stay safe and protect your family you have know how to deal with all kinds of unexpected situations that can happen in the water. So grab a pen and paper and get ready to take note of these general safety rules when it comes to resting at the seaside.

Don’t forget to pack all the beach necessities 0:55
You absolutely need to pack a first aid kit with medications for a variety of emergencies, prescriptions and devices like inhalers or EpiPens, sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, coolers with ice, plenty of bottled water, drinks and food.

What to do if you’ve spotted a shark 1:44
Statistically, you have more chances of drowning somewhere near the beach or even being struck by lightning than becoming a victim of a shark attack. Still, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Be careful what you wear: sharks can negatively react to bright colors or shiny things. If you've spotted a shark, stay calm and concentrate on getting away and out of the water. Check for signs of aggression indicating that the animal is about to attack. If an attack seems inevitable, take a defensive position. Try to put a solid object between you and the animal. If there’s nothing at hand, the best way to scare a shark away is to scratch at its eyes or gills.

How to avoid a jellyfish sting 6:02
Choose an area where you can swim safely. If you know that there are jellyfish around, avoid that place. If you’ve been stung by a jellyfish, get out of the water and stay calm. Don't touch or scratch the place of the sting because there might still be some tentacles attached to your skin. Pour some sea water over the affected area and leave it, don’t dry it off with a towel or anything. Then, pour a generous amount of vinegar over the tentacles in your skin and let it sit for at least half a minute. To relieve the pain, submerge the injured part of your body in warm water (about 110°F).

What to do if you've stepped on a sea urchin 8:36
Make sure you’re not feeling any chest pain, nausea, or difficulty breathing. If you are, call emergency services. And if not, start by removing all the spines. Use tweezers to pull them out, especially if the ends of the spines are protruding. If they’re not, you can use hot wax. Once you’re sure that there are no spines left in your body, clean the wound with soap and water.

What to do if you’ve been pulled into a rip current 9:50
Before going into the water, check for any suspicious-looking channels. Places with rip currents can be foamier or, on the contrary, quieter than others. If you've still got caught by the current, stay calm, it won't pull you underwater. If you start swimming parallel to the shore, you’ll manage to escape its pull.

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Beach necessities 0:55
What to do if you’ve spotted a shark 1:44
How to avoid a jellyfish sting 6:02
What to do if you've stepped on a sea urchin 8:36
What to do if you’ve been pulled into a rip current 9:50

SUMMARY
-You absolutely need to pack a first aid kit with medications for a variety of emergencies, prescriptions and devices like inhalers or EpiPens, sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, coolers with ice, plenty of bottled water, drinks and food.
-Never go into the water if there’s a posted warning on the beach. Don’t swim at night or at dawn or dusk. In the extremely rare instance of a prolonged deadly encounter, try to put a solid object between you and the animal (for example, a diving mask or surfboard). Don't stop fighting, this way the shark will get the message that you’re not worth all the trouble.
-Pay attention to warning signs and watch for purple flags. That's the international sign that you’ll most likely encounter jellyfish in the water. If you see a jellyfish that’s washed ashore, don't touch it.
-Start by removing all the spines. Use tweezers to pull them out, especially if the ends of the spines are protruding. If they’re not, you can use hot wax. Put it on the affected area, wait for it to dry, and pull it off; it’ll take the spines with it.
-If you enter the water and feel a strong pull, get out immediately. As soon as the water gets up to your chest, it’ll be practically impossible to break free. If you've still got caught by the current, stay calm, it won't pull you underwater.

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13 Tips on How to Survive Wild Animal Attacks

How to survive bear or shark attack? What should you do if you are bitten by a snake? We've gathered 13 easy tips that will save your life if you do meet a wild animal.
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How to survive a shark attack 1:18
How to survive a kangaroo attack 2:09
How to survive a lion attack 2:51
How to survive an elephant attack 3:33
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

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SUMMARY
Many wild animals can be dangerous or even fatal for a person. If you look at the statistics, you might feel terrified.
- Sharks cause just six deaths a year - their infamous reputation is very exaggerated.
- Wolves are responsible for ten deaths annually.
- Lions kill 22 people a year.
- Now get ready: elephants, cute lovely giants, are the reason that more than 500 people lose their lives every year!
- Hippopotamuses equal them in this scary competition.
- Crocodiles turn out to be much more dangerous than sharks: about one thousand deaths a year.
- But the champion here is the snake: 100,000 people meet their end at the teeth of this reptile.

We hope you will never have to escape from a rhinoceros, swim away from a crocodile, or meet a hungry lion. However, now you will be able to protect yourself in the wilderness.

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How to Survive a Shark Attack

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Escape a shark's jaws of death with these lifesaving strategies.

Step 1: Stay calm
Try to stay calm. You're unlikely to run into the kind of shark that attacks humans unprovoked -- bull sharks, tiger sharks, and great whites. More likely, it will be a smaller species that will give you the once over and go away, as long as it doesn't feel threatened.

Step 2: Swim smoothly
Begin swimming away, as smoothly and quietly as possible. Splashing around wildly and screaming will only call the shark's attention to you, and may even incite it to attack.

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A shark that hunches its back, drops its fins, swims in a zigzag motion, or dives to the bottom and rubs its belly is displaying agitation -- a mood you don't want to be around.

Step 3: Get your back up
If the shark is approaching you and there's no time to swim away, try to back up against something to minimize the areas the shark can strike. If you're with a diving buddy, you'll both have a better chance to survive if you ascend while pressed together, back to back.

Step 4: Fight back
If the worst happens and the shark begins attacking, try to jab, punch, or kick them in its most sensitive areas -- the eyes, nose, and gills. Simply hitting them on the head will probably do more damage to your hand.

Step 5: Help others
If you see someone else being attacked, don't hesitate to help them. Sharks are less likely to attack a rescuer and more likely to continue attacking the original victim.

Step 6: Take heart
Take heart: you'll probably never have to use any of this information because your chances of being attacked by a shark are one in 11.5 million.

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In 2007, a group of bottlenose dolphins in Monterey, California rescued a surfer who was being attacked by a great white shark.

How To Survive a Shark Attack

Today I show you how to survive a shark attack. Everyone needs to be aware of these shark attack self defence tips. Thousands of people are attacked each year by sharks in Australia alone - Sadly some of them don't make it. We can all help reduce that number by passing this video around. Ensure everyone's prepared for the worst case scenario. Sharks may seem tough, but if you know what steps to take to defend yourself against them I can assure you - You will get out unscathed. This video has everything you need to know about shark attack avoidance, as well as what to do in the event of a shark striking you.

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10 Facts About the Biggest Shark Ever Existed

Its full name is Carcharocles Megalodon, but some shark enthusiasts just call it “the Meg.” Whatever name it goes by, this giant was the biggest baddie of the ocean when it terrorized the waters 2 million years ago. If you’re afraid of modern sharks, get ready for these facts because this prehistoric predator puts them all to shame!

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The Megalodon was the biggest shark ever 0:58
We don’t have many fossils of it today 1:40
The Megalodon had enormous teeth 2:35
The Megalodon had a killer smile 3:13
It’s not related to the great white shark 4:00
The Megalodon had a powerful bite 4:38
Its favorite dish was whales 5:24
Their nurseries have been discovered 6:18
It had competition 7:08
It was top of the food chain 7:40

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- Different estimates put its size anywhere from 45 up to 60 feet in length. To put that into perspective, 60 feet would make the Megalodon about 4 times the size of the average great white shark.
- There’s currently a very limited amount of Megalodon fossils. Shark skeletons are made of cartilage, which doesn’t fossilize very well. So, that means almost all that remains of the mighty Meg are its teeth, which have been found on every continent except for Asia and Antarctica.
- Most of its teeth were about 4 to 5 inches long, but the largest tooth ever found was 7.48 inches, and it was discovered in Peru.
- In order to feast regularly on large prey, the Meg had an impressive set of 276 teeth that sat in 5 rows in its mouth. Most fossilized teeth that have been recovered show a significant amount of wear on the tips, and some have had the tips completely broken off from biting on the bones of its prey.
- Popular belief has it that the great white shark is a descendant of the Meg, but that claim has been disproven. When the first fossilized teeth of the Megalodon were discovered, they placed the mighty shark in the same genus as the great white.
- In order to chew on the bones of its prey, the Meg needed to have a very powerful bite. To figure out how strong its bite was, a research group led by biologist Dr. Stephen Wroe conducted simulations and reported that the Megalodon could bite down on its prey with 24,000 to 40,000 pounds of pressure.
- . Scientists know that the Megalodon loved to eat whales because fossilized whale bones have been found with bite marks that match the Megalodon’s teeth.
- When the Megalodon was ready to give birth, it would travel to shallow waters where large predators couldn’t follow.
- The Megalodon wasn’t the only giant to terrorize the oceans. Livyatan Melvillei was a sperm whale that was over 60 feet long, weighed more than 50 tons, and its 14-inch teeth were the biggest of the animal kingdom.
- The Megalodon was the top predator of the ocean... until it wasn’t. The giant shark went extinct 2.6 million years ago, and there are several theories as to why this happened.

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Who Lives at the Bottom of Volcanoes?

Most people imagine volcanoes as scary gigantic mountains covered with blazing-hot magma and erupting ash. But in fact, more than 80 percent volcanoes on our planet are situated on the seabed, and there creatures that live on their bottoms. Are you ready to meet these scary real-life monsters?
If you have a look at the underwater volcano situated about two miles below the surface, the conditions there will terrify you, if not kill you. The pressure of water is enormous, the water itself contains many heavy metals, hydrogen sulfide - poisonous, flammable, and corrosive gas, and other toxic substances. Despite these hostile surroundings, more than 400 species live around the volcanoes.
In the Arctic Ocean, far away from any traces of civilization, in ice-cold dark waters, there are five active volcanoes. But unlike typical volcanoes, these formations spew out methane gas and warm mud. They are mud volcanoes.
In 2013, a multinational group of scientists decided to research the mud volcanoes in the Beaufort Sea using the Canadian icebreaker CCGS Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Soon the first results were ready: the mud volcanoes turned out to be real giants, 650 to 1200 yards across and as high as 100 ft. The slopes and the tops of the mud volcanoes are covered with colonies of tube worms. They grow slowly, and it may take them from 170 to 250 years to reach such length. Tube worms are exceptionally long-lived.
Today, scientists are more worried about the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The formation got its name due to its power to produce unbelievably violent eruptions. The crater of this volcano is 34 by 45 miles in size. And the destructive force of the volcano is so huge that according to scientists' calculations, 90,000 people would die instantly as soon as the volcano erupted. Scientists have many equipment set all over the National Park and they assure people that were the volcano to erupt, they would be able to predict this weeks in advance and evacuate those in immediate danger.

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The 1980s discovery 1:07
Underwater volcanoes 1:45
Mud volcanoes 3:12
The 2013 research 4:54
The Beaufort Sea worms 5:55
Yellowstone Supervolcano 7:37

SUMMARY
-In 1980s scientists discovered unique bacteria that could survive and even thrive above water boiling temperatures.
-Despite super hostile surroundings, more than 400 species live around underwater volcanoes, and they're not only unicellular organisms, but shrimps, worms, sea snakes, crabs, and others.
-Mud volcanoes are quite different from the ones everybody knows about. They form around vents in Earth's surface which release gas.
-In 2013, a multinational group of scientists decided to research the mud volcanoes in the Beaufort Sea using the Canadian icebreaker CCGS Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
-The Beaufort Sea worms spend their life in the complete darkness and have no stomach, anus, or eyes. Their food is gases released by the volcano.
-Yellowstone Supervolcano got its name due to its power to produce unbelievably violent eruptions. The crater of this volcano is 34 by 45 miles in size.

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The Easiest Way to Survive a Bear Attack

Bears live throughout the world, from Canada to the Andes, and Northern Europe to Southeast Asia. These intelligent, muscular omnivores usually prefer to keep their distance from humans, but can be a serious threat on the rare occasion when they turn violent.

Picture this: one day you're on a relaxing stroll through the woods, taking in the fresh morning air. Suddenly, your relaxation is interrupted by the sound of twigs snapping behind you. You turn around and are suddenly face to face with a grizzly bear the size of your car. Now, what are you going to do?

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Keep toothpaste out of your tent 2:30
Which bears are more aggressive? 3:13
How to try to move a bear out of your way 5:10
What to do if the bear starts behaving aggressively 6:07

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- The best way to prevent bear attacks is to avoid direct contact with the animals as much as possible.
- Bears aren’t evil creatures, and their attacks are extremely rare. On average, there are only about three fatal attacks per year.
- Bears generally try to avoid humans when we come near. It’s very common for hikers and campers to come within a few hundred feet of a bear and never know it.
- When bears turn violent, it’s usually because they’re surprised and frightened, or trying to protect their cubs.
- Keep toothpaste out of your tent. Many species of bear are known to be attracted to the smell. A little bit of morning breath is worth it if it means keeping your summer activities bear-free.
- If you’ve stumbled upon a family of black bears, you’re in luck. These smaller breeds prefer to avoid conflict whenever possible and will usually retreat when threatened instead of becoming aggressive.
- Brown bears including the infamous North American Grizzly, tend to be much more aggressive when threatened.
- Brown bears will not take your aggressive tone very well, and in the wild, it can be much more difficult to tell them apart then you might think.
- Very rarely though, the bear won't just appear aggressive, it might actually be aggressive. If it continues to follow you even as you back away, it's time to think about fighting back.
- Look the bear in the eyes and shout while making yourself look bigger. Stamp your feet on the ground and maybe even take a step or two towards it.
- Kick it, punch it, insult it’s mother, hit it with a stick or a rock, focus on the eyes and nose and do whatever you have to do because, at this point, you're fighting for your life.
- Always remember to remain calm, keep your distance, and back away from any fight that isn’t completely unavoidable.

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How to Survive When You See a Coyote

Coyotes – they’re wild animals that roam the grasslands and foothills of North America. But they’re becoming more and more frequent guests to suburbs and even cities. They don’t enjoy or seek the company of humans and they wouldn’t move closer to us by choice. However, now these canines aren’t as afraid of humans as they used to be and feel safe roaming around backyards, even with the homeowners nearby!

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How dangerous are coyotes? 0:23
How to protect your dog from coyotes:
- Don’t leave your dog unattended 1:38
- Plan your walking route wisely 2:29
- Be more careful at certain times of the day and year 2:50
- Don’t feed wildlife 3:34
- Keep your yard clean 4:01
- Set up a good fence 4:40
- Get some protective gear for your dog 5:07
What should you do if you see a coyote? 5:38
What should you do after an attack? 7:27

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SUMMARY:
- If you live in a high-risk area, always keep an eye on your pooch, even when it’s playing in your own backyard.
- Coyotes don’t like bright light, so walking on a well-lit street or path is a good idea. If that’s not an option, take a flashlight with you and create your own source of bright light.
- Baby coyotes are born in spring, so their parents get way more protective and, thus, dangerous from April to August.
- By nature, they like to get around during the day, but urban life has changed coyotes. They’ve adapted to sniff around when the sun’s not out in hopes of not getting spotted by humans.
- The main thing that brings coyotes to areas filled with humans is the search for food. So don’t be surprised by a visit if you leave something tasty out for them.
- A dirty grill that you forgot to clean after a delicious BBQ, fallen fruit you were too lazy to pick up, any kind of edible trash – all of those are natural attractants for coyotes.
- A fence that’s at least 8 feet tall made out of a material that’s hard to climb is a good precaution.
- These days, they make anti-coyote Kevlar jackets – yeah, the same material police vests are made from – for dogs.
- Avoid running by all means. It triggers their hunter instinct, so they’ll be more likely to chase after you.
- If you realize it’s too late to just walk away and the coyote is interested in either you or your dog, or both, you have to show it that you aren’t afraid of it at all.
- In case the coyote got into your backyard, use hoses, spray bottles with vinegar water (you can fill them in advance), or any other things that could scare away the predator.
- One important thing you should do after the predator’s gone is report the incident to your local authorities!
- You have to take your dog to the vet immediately for the wounds to be cleaned and treated. Even if it just looks like a minor scratch or bite, still take them in.

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How do you survive a Shark Attack

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8 GREAT TIPS FOR SURVIVAL AT SEA

Most of us adore beach resorts and go to one of the large saltwater bodies at least once a year. However, we shouldn’t forget that the sea is as attractive as it is wayward. We at Bright Side wondered how a person who happened to be in the open sea should behave. It turns out there are several rules that aren’t at all difficult to remember.

Despair is your most dangerous enemy. Don’t give up hope of being saved. There are many stories of people who were found in the open sea months after their disappearance. For instance, 25-year-old sailor Poon Lim, who worked on a British merchant ship, survived alone 133 days in the open sea. After a shipwreck, he managed to find a raft with fresh water, cookies, flares, and a flashlight. Every day, Lim ate only 2 cookies and made 3 sips of water. To avoid muscle atrophy, he even floated around the raft twice a day. As you can see, human possibilities are endless. The main thing is to keep calm and hope for the best.

TIMESTAMPS
Calm down 0:35
Choose the right swimming style 0:57
Find something that floats 1:37
Take care of clothes 1:55
Decide what you’ll eat 2:16
Provide yourself with liquid 3:01
Save yourself properly 4:02
Don’t lose hope 5:06

SUMMARY:
- Panic definitely won’t help you. It can cloud your judgment and make you lose the rhythm of breathing. Therefore, the first thing you should do is to calm down.
- The style of swimming you choose determines how long your strength will last. In calm water, it’s better to swim on your back. If waves splash around you, it’s better to swim on your belly.
- If you’re in the open sea as a result of a shipwreck or an airplane water landing, there must be plenty of things around you that perfectly keep afloat. It will be even better if it’s a boat or a raft with which ships are equipped.
- Remember that open sunlight can be extremely dangerous. So don’t remove your clothes — they’ll protect you from the sun.
- If you have rations, divide them into small daily portions. This will make them last for a long time, and you won’t have problems with digestion.
- Try to fish even if you have stores of food. After all, fish contain some liquid.
- You have to consume the liquid constantly but never drink seawater.
- Try to ensure that you always have a couple of empty containers left for collecting rainwater. According to studies, drinking untreated rainwater is safe for your health.
- • If you found fluorescein, dissolve it in the water when you see an airplane or ship. It forms a bright spot around you which can be easily seen from the air and from afar.

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