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Would You Be Able To Survive On A Stranded Island?

Stranded and all alone on a vast island. Fear grips you s you have to remember, do you know all the basic skills to survive on an island all alone? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and make sure you’re prepared.

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What should be your first priority as you arrive on the sweltering island?
Finding water
Building a shelter
Building tools

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How long can the body go without water?
10-14 days
3-4 days
A week

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Time to go fishing! What is one of the steps to building a spear?
Stripping it of all the wood
Splitting the wood
Burning the end

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How long can the body go without food?
Over a month
Up to 3 weeks
Up to 2 weeks

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When searching for water, what way to travel to find fresh water?
Along the coast
Into the ocean water
Walk inland

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Shelter time! Which one is an actual name of a shelter?
A lean-to
A hut
A dome

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It's now getting a bit dark so it's best to make a fire. What is one of the best method for lighting a fire?
The Bushfire method
The Fire plow method
The Teepee method

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Thinking about making a raft? When is the best time to work on it?
During the day
During the night
Only during sunset and sunrise

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How long should water be boiled to be considered consumable?
An hour
Two to three minutes
Thirty minutes

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What's one of the best ways to ward off dangerous animals?
Fire at night
Sticks around your shelter
Covering your shelter

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Best thing to make a fishing pole out of?
Sticks and vines
Rocks and vines
Vines

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Which should you not risk eating?
Bugs
Jellyfish
Birds

C+, You'd At Least Make Friends With The Fish

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C+, You'd at least make friends with the fish While we can't say for certain you'd know how to survive expertly well, you'd probably make friends with the locals of the island!

B+, You'd Know How To Live

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B+, You'd know how to live While you wouldn't thrive, you'd definitely survive!

A+, Survival Expert

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A+, Survival expert! You'd be able to survive and even thrive on this island!
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1
What should be your first priority as you arrive on the sweltering island?
Finding water
Building a shelter
Building tools
2
How long can the body go without water?
10-14 days
3-4 days
A week
3
Time to go fishing! What is one of the steps to building a spear?
Stripping it of all the wood
Splitting the wood
Burning the end
4
How long can the body go without food?
Over a month
Up to 3 weeks
Up to 2 weeks
5
When searching for water, what way to travel to find fresh water?
Along the coast
Into the ocean water
Walk inland
6
Shelter time! Which one is an actual name of a shelter?
A lean-to
A hut
A dome
7
It's now getting a bit dark so it's best to make a fire. What is one of the best method for lighting a fire?
The Bushfire method
The Fire plow method
The Teepee method
8
Thinking about making a raft? When is the best time to work on it?
During the day
During the night
Only during sunset and sunrise
9
How long should water be boiled to be considered consumable?
An hour
Two to three minutes
Thirty minutes
10
What's one of the best ways to ward off dangerous animals?
Fire at night
Sticks around your shelter
Covering your shelter
11
Best thing to make a fishing pole out of?
Sticks and vines
Rocks and vines
Vines
12
Which should you not risk eating?
Bugs
Jellyfish
Birds

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