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11/30/2018 / By Mary Miller
When hiking outdoors, preppers can expect to find wild animals. Bear encounters are common occurrences, especially since humans tend to enter bear territory unintentionally. There is nothing wrong with wanting to explore nature, but you should also learn how to protect yourself from any threats you might face. Stay safe from bear attacks by following this guide to surviving bear encounters. (h/t to PreppersWill.com.)
A bear will usually mind its own business, but it is more likely to attack for self-defense when startled by the sudden presence of humans. The probability of an attack increases if the bear is with cubs, is close to its kill zone, or has food stored nearby. Preppers should be mindful of their surroundings to avoid bear attacks. Here are some ways to decrease your likelihood of bear attacks and encounters.
Different bear species will show varying levels of aggression. Knowing what kind of bear is attacking you is crucial to being able to react in time. Despite their names, fur color is not necessarily the best indicator of bear species as their fur can come in a range of colors.
Find more tips on how to protect yourself outdoors at Preparedness.news.
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