It’s the height of summer, and you’ve decided to go camping in one of America’s national parks. But after you’ve set up your tent and huddled down for the night, a wild bear approaches from the undergrowth. Understandably, you’re utterly terrified. Your mind races as you ponder what move to make. So do you run for the hills? Or do you simply say your prayers? Well, after reading this article, you’ll know precisely which action will make matters worse – and which will save your life. That’s because former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson has the answers.
Seeing animals in their natural habitats can provide hugely rewarding experiences, of course. What could be better than witnessing creatures in the most unaffected environments? Yet we do have to be aware of the dangers that could come in such surroundings – especially if the animals in question can hurt us. And as you can guess, bears definitely fall into this category.