If you have a cut that has been contaminated with muriatic acid, the first step is to immediately rinse the wound with plenty of clean water for at least 10-15 minutes. Avoid scrubbing the area as it may worsen the injury. Afterward, cover the clean wound with a sterile dressing and seek medical attention as soon as possible. It's important to note that muriatic acid is a strong corrosive substance, so professional medical evaluation is crucial.
Mountain lions have been known to attack humans and are potentially deadly.
* mountain lions are ambush hunters and may be reluctant to attack if confronted. If your an adult person a stare-down maybe in order. * Throw things at it, act aggressive yourself. Rocks are a good choice. * If you are in a group don't scatter. This is the lion's first objective - to separate out the weakest member. Yell, scream, throw things at it. Open up your coat and try to make yourself appear bigger. * If the lion does attack - do fight back.
* Most people around here carry a knife in the woods - one that is already open (not a switch-blade) an is easily and quickly drawn. Lions have been killed this way. * Bear bombs (pepper spray) is commercially available round here too.
Baboons are neutrally defensive, so they don't attack humans unless severely provoked. Most scientists believe that baboons aren't strong enough to fight back, so many people could survive a baboon attack, but few people die from a baboon attack, especially adult baboons.
All life on earth is adapted to a day/night cycle. Further, all life on earth is ultimately dependent on plant life, and plant life is dependent on sunlight. Were no sunlight to reach earth due to thick ash clouds or something else obscuring sunlight, plants would die, herbivores would die and finally carnivores would die. There would be no food for humans to survive on, except for fungi which are not dependent on light.
Heck yeah. They have fangs and Posion glands that would scare a cobraJ/k.lol But really they can be if they have rabies, but that goes for all animals with rabies even a little mouse can give you rabies if its saliva enters your blood stream. Squirrels can be a handfull if you are trying to hold a wild one. They have very shrap claws and teeth not to mention they are fast and angile so grabbing one without gloves would be foolhardy and just plain flat out stupid
People follow their emergency plan. Each natural disasters has a different emergency plan
The wise penguin will grow up by paying very close attention to their parents' advice, eating properly, exercising regularly, NEVER swimming alone, and avoiding various types of shark, Orcas, Leopard Seals, Skuas, and of course, humans.
What do you do in the rare case you are being attacked by a bear? Fight back. Predators do not attack out of anger, and they are always careful to avoid injury. Unlike what you may have heard, play dead only in the even rarer case of being attacked by an angry mother. She is acting out of instinct, she perceives you as a threat to her cubs.
For any other reason, a confrontation with a bear should be handled with a great deal of noise and threatening action. This will end the "attack" quickly with the bear leaving for safer grounds. See link below for more information.
WAit till it evaporates and then when it is evaperating put over a mirror or something cold then it will touch turn back into water but clean water and whilst it runs down your cold surface put in into a cup or whatever you want to drink it with.
It is about a boy who learns about courage, independence, and the need for companionship while attempting to live in a forested area of New York.
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The currents flow through the torch and we get light from the torch
maglight or flashtorch flassh torch is better in brightness it can burn stuff but its realy expensive and mag light can be runover by a semi and not even scratch the paint (ok mabey the paint but it would pop the tire and the light would be just fine)
Wear a bright orange shirt. And that's all.
Wear camouflage pants & shirt, with an orange vest & a camo hat.
What I prefer to wear is a blaze hat, camo shirt and pants, boots, and a tactical vest. I like the vest because it holds things more securely than a backpack. When it's cold out coveralls are good.
The chemical energy stored in batteries gets transformed sets into electrical energy through the wires. This then gets transformed into light energy that you see.
I hate when I am in my bathroom and then my pee decides to shoot sideways! Why does it do this?? It really sucks that i have to clean my pee off the walls and/or floor. Thats a janitors job! Thats why i pee on the floor and walls at school and restraunts on days when I'm mad!
Those who provide First Aid treatment ideally have the following abilities:
· The ability to gain control and apply rational thinking to a situation
· The ability to slightly disconnect from the situation as necessary.
· Creativity and quick application of memory and logic.
· The ability to suspend moral judgment of patients and simply treat the injury.
· Knowing when to act. And knowing when not to act.
By thinking happy thoughts, listening to music on head-phones and getting them to tell me whats happening.
If you cannot refrain from unpleasant thinking due to the constant reminder of what they're doing, then nothing much but stick it out.
If they hurt you in anyway what-so-ever, then be sure to kill the dentist (after he's done his job) with his own tools. If the procedure itself doesn't make you want to commit murder, then the enourmous bill you get for going through torture should!
i have no idea but if u do please put the answer
The first first aid kit wasn't made until 1890 by Johnson and Johnson. It held antiseptic dressings, surgical supplies, wound care, and a first aid guide. This is well past the time of the pioneer time frame, so they didn't have a kit. They may have carried cotton strips to be used as bandages, some ointments, and medicinal plasters. When a person was hurt in the 1800's they very often died of wounds if they were serious and often had body parts cut off to save the life of the hurt person.
there would be more of it and your urine would be more translucent.
Place a new emergency bandage over the top of the existing bandage.
At first, adding more fresh bandages on top will help. But you would want to replace the blood-soaked bandages with fresh bandages as soon as possible, and re-apply direct pressure to the wound. Work toward preventing physical shock if possible, and get your victim to a professional- immediately.
You can eat leaves and stuff but a lot of it is indigestible. You are not supposed to eat any fruit, nut, or berry you don't recognize. You can test a berry or fruit by taking a piece and touching the inside to your lips. Wait 5-10 minutes. If there is any stinging, swelling, or anything unusual, it is not safe to eat. If it safe to eat, take a little piece and start mashing it in your mouth for a few minutes and swallow. If there is any tingling, stinging, swelling, etc., don't eat it. If it passes this test, it is safe to eat, so you don't have to worry about dropping dead after eating it.
Inhabitants of the rain forest use its natural resources to build shelters, make tools, and hunt and gather food.
Someone else's opinion about advice to give explorers visiting a rain forest
1. take a knife or a sharp bone
2. take a shovel or a sharp stick
3. take some thread or get a length of vine
4. take a container for holding water
5. take a lighter or a piece of flint and know how to make a campfire
6. take food
7. take water
8. take a shelter
9. use your brains!
"Limited" is a big stretch here. Basically, people will last about 3 days after they run out of water- tops. The heat alone might kill even a well-hydrated person. Assuming a scorching sun, no shade, limited supplies, and no water probably 2 days before people are incapacitated and just lying around. ---- However, people such as the Australian Aborigines and the Kalahari bushmen are skilled enough to survive by collecting water from the dew that forms in the morning. They know how to get moisture from the stunted and limited plant life in any given area, and most of all, they know how and where to dig to find water. Although sections of the Australian desert, for example, are completely inhospitable to non-natives, there is nowhere on the Australian continent where the indigenous people would be unable to put their water-finding survival skills to adequate use.