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Three tricks for staving off hunger in a survival situation

It’s been said that hunger is the best spice—but what happens when that spice is all you have left? Running out of food in the backcountry is no joke, and without a way to resupply, we are at the mercy of the environment and what it provides. This may be a meager food supply from wild plants and game animals, or nothing at all. Hopefully, you never have to face a survival situation with a dwindling food supply, but if you do – here are three tips to keep your hunger from getting the best of you.

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The Staggering Amounts Americans Pay To Kill Exotic Animals

The killing of Cecil in early July has ignited a global conversation about trophy hunting, American trophy hunters and the fragility of wildlife. We at The Dodo decided to spend some time gathering data not just on Africa’s lions, but on the number of wolves killed in Wisconsin, the number of hippopotamus trophies imported into the U.S., the amount of money a trophy hunter will pay for a mountain lion hunt in Wyoming … and more. Read on for alarming numbers about the world of trophy hunting.

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