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  1. Food and water
    Let's say I'm somewhere without access to a stove and I just hunted an animal. How to melt the animal's fat to make oil for cooking using a fire pit without burning the fat.
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    About 10 years ago when I was 18, me and my father went on a hunting trip in west Georgia to celebrate during my birthday weekend. The trip was in september, bordering on october by a few days. One of the things I had gotten for my birthday was an old double barrel shotgun I'd gotten from my...
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    The Coywolf While hiking a few months ago I was stalked by a coyote. It was the biggest coyote I had ever seen. Most coyotes steer clear of humans but after I first spotted him he followed me. I figured he was curious and would wander off. After hiking for a while and not seeing him anymore I...
  4. Manmade and Natural Disasters **Epps and her team conducted a public survey and discovered that the cannibalistic, eat-anything cricket is all over the eastern states. “We don’t know what kind of impact this...
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    What kind of animal are you? What kind are you pick a animal that describes you and your personality. There is no wrong answers . It just for fun.
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  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've found information on pretty much all covering made from real fur and real animal parts on the internet that cover every thing...except the face.~ I'm wondering why don't you ever read about any information of see any thing about natives of winter climates wearing coverings for their entire...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    From a Survivalist standpoint, which animal is the most important when it comes to food, farm work, or animal byproduct? Please discuss.
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