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by Hiroshi Yamauchi,Dai Morita,Nobuya Miwa

eBook Water and Survival in an Island Environment: Challenge of Okinawa download ISBN: 0824811747
Author: Hiroshi Yamauchi,Dai Morita,Nobuya Miwa
Publisher: Univ of Hawaii Pr (February 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 176
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Unabashedly aimed at armchair survivors only, this brief entry in the Prepare to Survive series blithely shows readers washed up alone on a tropical island how easy it is to find water, build a platform shelter, catch fish (or, failing that, bugs), start a fire, and contact rescuers. The frequent illustrations feature color photos of hunky men and members of the cast of the TV show Survivor, plus occasional simplified diagrams of a solar still, the correct way to escape quicksand, and the like.

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