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Beware of Animal When Cave Exploring

The dark and damp chambers of a cave serve as home to a number of entities that can be both creepy and crawly. Some animals are accustomed to go inside caves just to rest or sleep during the winter, while others are true blue locals can not survive life outside the cave. No matter how big a cave is, it's a world of countless animals that can be delicate or dangerous, minuscule or gargantuan.

Getting to the cave may be the ultimate adventure for you. But such activity can present dangers that lurk in the dark. Living creatures can suddenly catch you off guard and bring you an irritation or, worse, death. So be prepared for the animal when cave exploring.

Bats live in a cave to hide from the light of day. A small disturbance can actually awaken them and before you know it, hundreds or thousands of frightened bats are flying your way and You can easily get caught in the rush. May razor sharp teeth and nails, cave bats can rip your clothes or your skin. If this happens, watch your eyes or You live in darkness forever.

Snake love the cold and dark place, and the cave is a perfect home for crawling predators. Dangerous snake in two ways: they may be poisonous or constrictors. So be alert for snakes, they attack without warning when they are nervous. Make sure to wear protective clothing especially if you are new to cave exploration.

Bears live in caves to hibernate. It would be unfortunate if you ever want to disturb the sleeping bear during the winter or encounter one that is way out of hibernation. Bear is amazingly strong and heavy animals, and there are actual reports of bear attacks people. So be prepared, know the cave you're exploring is within a region famous for bears.

Ever heard of the New York subway crocodile? Well, the story is plain urban legend. But it signifies crocodiles and alligators love how dark and damp environment especially when they are eggs. Once you're inside the cave, especially the close in lakes or swamps, be alert for large reptile because, no need to mention, they may be easy to have for breakfast or lunch.

Creepy crawler is abundant in the cave. That is why you also have to watch out for spiders, frogs, insects, and smaller reptiles such as salamanders and lizards. While some crawlers can be very detrimental, most of them are very uncomfortable if they ever get to you.

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