An avalanche is one of the most dangerous natural phenomena in mountainous areas. Large avalanches can destroy entire settlements located at the foot of the mountains. Review your emergency plan to dramatically improve your chances of survival.
The world is full of natural disasters: almost every day we are informed of volcanic eruptions, floods and storms. Moving tons of water at a speed of about 800 km / h, the tsunami is one of the most destructive, and therefore the most dangerous natural disasters. In this article, you will learn how giant waves form, what to look out for, and what your emergency plan is.
Millions of tourists from different parts of the world seek to visit various mountain ranges to admire the beauty of the unique landscapes. Occupying almost a quarter of the entire surface of the Earth, these amazing natural objects impress with their diversity. Despite this, climatic conditions at high altitudes pose a danger to an unprepared person. This article serves as a guide to survival in harsh mountain conditions.
Formed over millions of years, mountain peaks stretch across continents, revealing all the beauty of our planet. From glacial peaks in Patagonia to the chocolate-domed hills of the Philippines, the uniqueness and variety of landforms amaze adventure seekers. How to properly prepare for climbing the mountains, read this article.
Although swamps occupy only 6% of the total land area, the difficulty of surviving in this area is enclosed in a whole complex of problems: impassability, an abundance of dangerous animals and other living creatures, high humidity, a lack of potable water, poisonous individuals and many others. Today we will teach several skills, having mastered which you will significantly increase your chances of survival.