Survival Guide

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Don't stray too far from a source of drinking water. The safest way to ensure waster is safe to drink is to bring it to a boil.
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Stay in one place if you can. This both increases your chances of being found and conserves energy, meaning you'll need less food and water.…
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Signal your location by whistling, shouting or making other loud noises. If possible, mark your location in a way that's visible from overhe…
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If you can't find shelter, create it out of palm fronds or other plant life. Without shelter, you'll be fully exposed to the elements and ri…
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Don't eat unless you know the food is safe; most adults can live up to three weeks without food.
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Rain, snow or dew can be a good source of clean water. Use anything you can find to collect water when the opportunity arises.
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Most importantly, remember to "S.T.O.P." - stop, think, observe and plan. It's crucial to stay calm and not make any rash decisions.