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Everyone knows that to survive the attack from a bear you have to stand completely still and hold your ground but is this true for all of animal attacks while venturing in the hot and dry sun of the African savanna one day you come across an unknown creature At a first glance this creature appears to be quiet and harmless but as you creep closer to this unknown phenomenon you notice its tough impenetrable skin and twitching ears The creature begins to notice you and turns its large head to look you in the eyes Shocked by your presence it begins a stuttering motion as if it is unsure of what it wants to do Within a matter of seconds the creature picks up speed and begins to stampede in your direction which can only mean one thing Rhinoceros attack In a state of panic you quickly decide you have three options to avoid being pummeled run away from the rhino distract the rhino or juxtapose yourself against the rhinoAs the simplest escape technique there are many ways to go about performing it The first option is very intricate in fact many people are too afraid to perform such a task Here is what you do as the rhino begins its pursuit turn your back and run Being an ambiguous creature the rhino may make an unexpected decision so you have to prepare yourself When the rhino has been having a day full of fragmented thoughts and spliced moods it will probably take your escape as a challenge and harrow you down In this case despite its brutal looks you may be able to run just enough to avoid confrontation The rhinoceros has no desire to destroy you on its small everyday challenges but it will seek its vengeance on you in finer rhetoric On a good day when the rhino has done nothing but watch the mockingbirds perch in the trees a much
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