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Bushcraft Skills and How to Survive in the Wild: A Step-By-Step Practical Guide

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This ground-breaking guide to survival in the wild covers all the essential skills required to cope with whatever nature has to throw at you - from steamy jungle to frozen tundra and from barren mountainsides to dehydrating deserts. The book begins by ex
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 21st 2007 by Southwater Publishing (first published 2007)
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Well...I now know how to skin and tan a deer. That's not something my PhD taught me.
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Born in the Netherlands, Anthonio studied wilderness skills from childhood. Still a youngster himself, Anthonio established a youth-group which allowed children and teenagers to come out into the woods and learn earth-living skills once a week. This youth-group gradually evolved into a school called Wild-Live, based in the United Kingdom.

From the early days, he traveled regularly to a number of st
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