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Imagine yourself stranded in the wild with nothing but your jacket and backpack. It starts to rain hard — really hard. To make it worse, you’re alone in some remote place with only a cave to keep you dry and some wild animals to keep you company.
Such situations may seem like a snip from a movie or survival reality show that you happened to watch over the weekend. However, this "crazy situation" actually happens to backpackers, trekkers, and hikers who spend much of their leisure time exploring the wild.
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