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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hiking What to do before hiking 1:Read up on what animals are in that area . 2:Know what materials to bring By: Cassidy Martyn 3:know what to wear Everything changes per terrain What to bring Map or guide book of terrain. Water bottle(s),snacks that provide energy.Always have lots of food(energy bars).Learn first aid and always have first aid kit at hand. When hiking always have warm clothes and rain gear.Always have some sort of weapon of defense( pepper spray). What to wear In 80-up degrees wear shorts and a t-shirt.In 79-below wear warm clothing such as pants and a long sleeve shirt and a jacket. Usually wear shorts in low altitude(hot) and in high altitude wear pants(cold) . Always wear a warm jacket. Wear quick drying fabrics and synthetic/flexible materials. Low High altitude altitude Disease Hypothermia! Symptoms of this are shiveringdizziness, hunger, nausea, faster breathing, trouble speaking, slight confusion, lack of coordination, fatigue, increased heart rate, and drowsiness. Don't fall in water with highwind speeds or temperature below 70. What animals to watch for personshivering The most dangerous animals are the ones that are more afraid of usthan we are of them. Some of those animals would be bears, wolves, coyotes, lions, and snakes. If you gohiking you need to be on the look out for those creatures and any other dangerous creature out there. Read up on animals that might be in the area that you're hiking in. Bobcat Wolf Coyote
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