I saw the news and found this video on Dailymail that a man was attacked by an alligator in North Carolina and luckily escaped. How is that even possible? I mean I am happy for him, but is there anything to be done, a technique to save yourself from a leathal bite or two? Why I am this curious is that I was going to take my family to Egypt to see the desert, the pyramids and the river Nile and it is known there you can find some nasty beasts aswell. I fear for my family's and my own life but a trip to Egypt is going to be a marvelous experience for my children and husband. Maybe next year, until then we have some time to prepare ourselves for the adventures to come.
There is an informative article about this topic on businessinsider.com andit says " if you're attacked by an alligator, run away. If it's too late, fight back, don't try to pry open its jaws. Attack the sensitive snout, and gouge the eyes, and definitely do not play dead. But perhaps most important, stay out of their territory."
Here is the page: https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-survive-alligator-attack-2018-4
Alligators and crocodiles are chill if you don't upset them.. just keep your distance and do not disturb them in their territory. After all twe are pushing them to live amongst people by using more and more of their living space.
When a stray dog attacks you there is a cliche that says if you give him your arm it won't charge at your neck. Wether it is right or not I wouldn't try
Is there anyone with such strong nerves to stay cool and attack the animal's eyes?