Sunday, June 22, 2008

When Animals Attack!

Newsweek is an American-based newsmagazine published in New York City. It is internationally distributed, communicating through four English language editions and 12 global editions written in the language of the circulation region therein. Newsweek delivers the latest news and commentaries to some of the most striking issues of the season. Aside from the serious ones, it also caters investigative journalism and other feature stories across the region.

From the TipSheet here are some tips when you experience the so-called "worst-case-scenarios".
  • Alligator Attack: Gators are quick but only in short bursts. So run far and run fast. But if one clamps down on a limb jab its snout. Gators often open their mouth when hit there.
  • Killer-bee Attack: Run through tall grass or weeds to disrupt their flight pattern. But don't dive into water. They'll track your air bubbles and sting when you resurface.
  • Shark Attack: They prey on the weak and injured, so show your strength and fight back. Forgo the nose (it's a myth) and go for the eyes and gills.
  • Bear Attack: They may outrun you, but because of their weight, bears can't go as high as people in trees. They also hate surprises, so wear bells when hiking.


Railey! said...

iba iba ang publication ng newsweek. pero oo nga international sila..

parang news sa tv na fused sa print media. ganon. may mga features, news, showbiz and all that.

Ennei said...

Hahaha. Thanks for the killer bee attack. Interesting :)

yfur porsche p. fernandez said...

To railey:
Tama ka.

To ennei:
Haha.. Bakit, palagi ka pa hinahabol ng mga bubuyog?:)

Ennei said...

Oo e, sweet daw kasi ako. HAHAHA.