How to Survive880K Followers249 Videos145.26M Total Views2021-07-27 PublishedData Updated on 2021-09-25
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Electric eels can discharge up to 650 volts of electricity. That's over 5 times the voltage of an American power outlet! If you think that sounds bad, take a closer look at the eels surrounding you. Those are Volta electric eels, known to pack an 860-volt punch. That's the strongest electrical discharge of any animal. They have been known to knock an entire horse off its feet with a shock. So what would that shock do to you? Why would they attack a human? And could they follow you out of the water?
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00:00 Intro 01:58 Step 1: Bring a friend 03:14 Step 2: Don't attract attention 03:41 Step 3: Stay fit 04:09 Step 4: Get to land
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Whether it’s an earthquake, mudslide or shark attack, survive whatever awaits you. How To Survive shows how to endure life-threatening moments with science and survivor stories.
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