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10 Things You Should Never Eat in the Wild
Not everything natural is safe — many plants and animals can sicken or kill you. Learn 10 things you should never eat in the wild at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Mysterious Disappearances in National Parks
Disappearances in National Parks have included hikers, backpackers and children. See 10 mysterious disappearances in National Parks to learn more. See more »
How to Tie the Impossible Knot
The impossible knot is not impossible to tie — it's impossible to untie! Learn how to tie the impossible knot at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 True Stories of Survival Cannibalism
Many people wouldn't opt for cannibalism but when it comes to survival, all bets are off. Read 10 true tales of survival cannibalism at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Ways a Survival Bracelet Can Save Your Life
How can a survival bracelet save your life? Learn how a survival bracelet can save your life at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How to Use the Stars to Find Your Way
Do you know how to use the stars to find your way? Learn how to use the stars to find your way at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Camping in the Desert Works
Camping in the desert requires preparation and respect of the environment. Learn about camping in the desert at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Why can't we convert salt water into drinking water?
Why can't we convert salt water into drinking water? Read about converting salt water into drinking water at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Are all wild berries poisonous?
Are all wild berries poisonous? Visit HowStuffWorks to learn if all wild berries are poisonous. See more »
5 Lifesaving Technologies
Lifesaving technology will help you to eat, drink and keep warm and dry in the wilderness. Find out more about lifesaving technology. See more »
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