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We can see it very much not just with Animals, in every aspect in different parts of India. LOVE - is the key, love and marry and the kid will be all with new culture and love for this world and Nature! Bears(sloth), I dont know if its true but i believe , these creatures are pretty qurious and playful characters , so chose a long twig and point it ahead of them and they try to catch them between their big claws . Bisons , they are shy by nature and will attack only when they are on the lookout for companions.. Wild boars, these are the scary guys and the best thing is not to get any where close to them, their elongated tooth can do some real damage. View My Garage hard core forest trip, you must booze to get the real guts to do it.
Originally Posted by foby.sebastian hard core forest trip, you must booze to get the real guts to do it.
Originally Posted by Sam Kapasi And clearly (oops!) you were boozing when you took those pictures in the beautiful forest lol. View My Garage I think you can faintly make out a peacock (or is it a peahen?) in the 2nd photo. Originally Posted by Rotorhead its believed that the elephants give up the chase pretty soon unless the elephant is in must.
Just recently read a report that a person was mauled to death by a lion when a group of 4 youths had gone to 'watch' a group of lions who were trying to seduce a lioness.
What Sam said was quite true - never disturb lions (or for that matter any creature) when they are mating. Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post 5000kms and 12 Passes, a 20 day wild wild ride to the roof of the world!
I have had my guide travel with me for 17 kms on a broken gypsy (rear leaf-spring) for 5 hours in deep jungle and walk back to his village 35 kms in total darkness (close to midnight when he started to walk back). View My Garage Yes, the experience of an intimidating elephant closing in on you is unnerving indeed.
We were lucky to not fail when this matriarch took a hasty left towards our parked car in Bandipur National Park, we had no time to retreat or reverse, two reasons: the elephants hurried approach towards us was in full motion and then as the road behind us was winding there is no way we could out run it. Forewarned by its flapping ears flinging grass and dirt on herself and direct gaze (at us), told us we could be in trouble. We decided to hold ground and this time it worked, She changed direction, away from us after coming close to about one car length. Originally Posted by fazalaliadil We decided to hold ground and this time it worked, She changed direction, away from us after coming close to about one car length. That is the best and only option, in case you see an wild female elephant, other than this turnoff the lights (incase of dark), no honking, no fast movements. 2 years before while returning from mysore with ma family , my family had a chance o see a big tiger on the road alive , we stopped the vehicle , it simply sniffed around looked at us and walked away very slowly.
Originally Posted by foby.sebastian Can you imagine a situation like this , happened at nelliyampathy , Kerala - few kilomerters away from thrissur. Originally Posted by foby.sebastian 2 years before while returning from mysore with ma family , my family had a chance o see a big tiger on the road alive , we stopped the vehicle , it simply sniffed around looked at us and walked away very slowly.
That must have been an awesome incident, was it on the Bandipur - Mudumalai road or the Bathery road.


The Gaur stands there and snorts a little, my friend has reached where i am standing and pulls my hand to run along with him. For a couple of minutes it stands there smells the air and as if nothing happened walks back to the herd. Animals adapt various strategies to survive in the wild, and no place showcases the adaptations of wildlife better than in the spectacular wilderness areas of Africa. I cannot remember how I answered it at the time, but it does give food for thought, and depending on your belief system or philosophical outlook, it does leave a wide field for discussion.
Many species have survived natural 'disasters', such as the Ice Age and major Earth shifts, that have sent other species into extinction. It is sometimes better to merely appreciate the wildlife of Africa than to get too deep into philosophizing about the patterns and colours as there are too many theories out there. Many desert creatures spend the day beneath the surface, where he day temperature is much lower and night much warmer than outside. Having provided immediate shade, build your shelter in the cool of the evening to conserve energy and fluids.
Food spoils very quickly in the desert and any stores, once opened, should be eaten straight away or kept covered and shaded.
Deserts often support a variety of animal life which borrows into the sand or hides in any available shade during the day. Insects, reptiles, small rodents and specially adapted mammals such as the Fennec Fox of North Africa, the Australian Bandicoot, a hedgehog in the Gobi and the Jack Rabbit of North America- all of which have big ears to act as cooling aids. Vegetation, away from oases and waterholes, is likely to be little more than scrub and grasses- even in the semi desert- but grasses are edible and sometimes plentiful.
Sunglasses or goggles will help- though many made for use in temperate climes may offer insufficient protection. How people treat people differs too, it sure is a culture thing, it comes through blood, it is passed on, education will not just eradicate it in one generation. Always be downwind since elephants have keen sense of smell, they have poor eyesights comparitively.
The beauty of kerala revelead And clearly (oops!) you were boozing when you took those pictures in the beautiful forest lol. One of the lions was mating when the other jumped on these youths and dragged one of them in the bushes.
Something about the way their legs or joints are structured makes it difficult for them to run uphill. If the elephants knows you are approaching, the most chances are they will avoid direct contact with a human and move off into the undergrowth. There are very few choices then, just hope they are the right ones, as one which works in one situation may flatly fail in the other.
Francis Manavalan for sharing the snaps That's a leopard, there are not cheetahs in India. As soon as he says that a fully grown Gaur which is 6 feet in height breaks cover a few feet behind my friend.
This question was asked by a guest after I had explained survival techniques of some animals.
I will not go into this discussion here but rather talk about the strategies that species use to survive in the wilderness.Perfect Survival StrategiesNo strategy is perfect, but what strategies do is limit the damage.


A perfect survival technique would be one that allows the species to survive a nuclear holocaust and it is believed that Termites and Cockroaches are the only species that have a chance of surviving such a cataclysm.Why does a zebra have stripes?There are many theories as to why animals behave the way they do, and much of the theorizing has been done with a view to romanticizing the concept of the wilderness and animal behaviour. Pile rocks to make a windbreak and make use of wadi walls(except when rain,and consequent flash floods seem likely).
Protein foods increase metabolic heat and increase water loss and liquids are needed for digestion.
If at all chased by elephant dont try to go uphill, the elephant will outrun u easily but when it comes to chasing downhill, owing to their bulk they are relatively slower. Their senses are far more fine-tuned, so much that even a lifetime in the jungle for us may not get us into sniffing distance of them.
If its a male then its not worth taking chances, only option is to maintain safe distance or turn arrond and drive away, they are highly unpredictable, same holds true for female elephants with calfs.
If prey survival strategies were perfect then predators would not find any food, and would have died out a long time ago. If using fabrics, leave the bottom edges lifted and loose by day to increase air circulation.
If water is scarce, keep eating to a minimum and then try to eat only moisture- containing foods, such as fruits and vegetables. There are even Gazelles that manage to get all the moisture they need from the sap of leaves, though most large mammals are an indication that there is a water supply within daily reach of their grazing areas. Beware of the Acacias thorns but try all its soft parts: flowers, fruit, seeds, bark and the young shoots.
When on flat stretches go zig zag amongst trees and its believed that the elephants give up the chase pretty soon unless the elephant is in must. And given that musth in elephants is a state of sexual aggression, i would assume that they would chase cow elephants, rather than human beings. They would have resorted to feeding on plants, but if the plants developed the perfect survival strategies then there would be no herbivores and the world would be ruled by plants.
Camouflage must be ruled out as there is no more unsuited colour and patterning as the Zebra's to its habitat. If the land is totally barren, vehicle fuel and oil mixed with sand in a container will burn well (and is an easy way to light other fires) or use a string wick.
Birds feathers give them good insulation against heat and many live and breed long distances from there water supplies- such as the road runner of Arizona.
The grasses of the Sahara and the Gobi are neither nutritious nor palatable, but in the Sahara and the Asian deserts you may find the desert ground, a member of the Squash family.
While confronted by elephant when u are in a vehicle (if its an open top, then god save u), the safest thing u can do is keep the engine in idle, do not honk, dont make any major movements, roll up the windows, and if they still attack then try to get as close as to the floor as possible and pray like u never knew god before. Putees will help keep sand out of boots or could be extended to wrap round the foot over open sandals. Chew its water-filled shoots and eat its flowers and orange-sized fruits, the seeds of which are edible roasted or boiled.



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