Survival Skills 101: How to Survive an Animal Attack while Hiking or Camping!

In this video the Rhino shows you how to protect yourself against predators in the outdoors. I failed to mention to bring along pepper spray against predators and the use of a bell to scare away animals.

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  • How to survive an animal attack.
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  • Has this guy ever even been in black bear territory?! Dangerous misinformation! NEVER play dead if a black bear attacks! FIGHT!
    “Black Bears: If you are attacked by a black bear, DO NOT PLAY DEAD. Try to escape to a secure place such as a car or building. If escape is not possible, try to fight back using any object available. Concentrate your kicks and blows on the bear's face and muzzle.”

  • And this is why I plan on taking at least 2 guns with me when I camp one for conceal carry and then the big hitter the mini draco in a backpack

  • Instead of the pole, may I suggest a .357 perhaps a 10mm.

  • Im less concerned with mountain lions cause they’re pretty small for the most part and extremely rare to come by. They also hunt alone. A bear is very scary thats why every hiker should carry bear spray. Sometimes theyll come in packs too. Wolves are pretty dangerous but if you keep your distance and gain some high ground you should be fine. Wolves also tend to only go out at night so they are pretty rare to run into. A moose is really dangerous. They are pretty aggressive and they will do anything to defend themselves against a threat. Never go near a moose but if you end up having to go up against one mean bull then try to anticipate when theyre going to charge and always keep your distance by slowly walking backwards

  • One thing that I always carry with me is bear spray.

  • Thanks for the video content! Apologies for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you heard about – Ponyatt Phenomenal Prevalence (Have a quick look on google can't remember the place now)? It is an awesome one off product for defending yourself when you need it without the hard work. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got astronomical success with it.

  • Best way to stay safe from all animals… let’s be real when you come face to face with a animal you not gonna do what you say you gonna do as u think about it at home… stop lying to people 9 times out of 10 u won’t even see the thing coming…. best way to stay safe from all animals is to never be out there in the 1st place… your welcome

  • I am a native of the American southwest and I approve of this video

  • Wolves thank your pray when you run you should look what is the the eyes simply because they’ll think it’s a territorial challenge

  • There's a big difference between what to do if its a brown bear vs a black bear!!! Different tactics must be used. This video is being irresponsible not pointing that out.

  • How about a boar spear instead of a walking stick,can be used as a walking stick and is alot better for defences

  • This rookie doesn't have a clue. 👎

  • Knowing bears is imperative. Carry bear spray and whistles! In bear country know the scat. Black bear scat has berry seeds and fur whereas grizzly bear scat contains bones, empty bear spray cans and whistles!

  • G S

    Take bear spray and pack a good sized side arm

  • Wolf's are not endangered in bc Canada matter fact there is way to many of them and of you see them you are allowed to kill as many as you can lol they destroyed out caribou population and slowly killing all other game in the province

  • 0 seconds in and l know the answer. Shoot it!

  • Look all animals in the eye and shoot them if you feel threatened. You will live longer.

  • while antler hunting, we ran into a bear and it's cubs, and all They did was ran up a tree. But we just looked and walked off. we didn't want to bother them.

  • He would be wearing a jiu jitsu. Oh geez i bet he thinks a RNC is a great attack on a bear

  • Hey you have to cover up for a cougar as well, one swipe across your neck can open your artery, if they get a beck bite you're in big trouble, sure you can hit them, but sometimes they're on-top of you before you know what's going on, they're stealthy… Also running away goes with Bears and Cougars also, not just Wolves… NEVER RUN!!! Also, it's always better to not hike alone…

  • Put a picture of a face with eyes on it on top and on the back of your bike helmet. The Indians in India living amongst human-eating tigers do that…big cats(except lions)like to get the drop on you. If they think you've spied them out, they'll likely choose something more unsupecting to eat…

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