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Survival in any form for any environment is an act of prevention and or recovery.” – JOHN V CAIN (Founder of VINJABOND)

Natural jungles are covered with dense flora and formations, dominated by imposing trees with wild life abound. Whereas concrete jungles are scattered with architecture and structures, dominated by imposing buildings with human life abound.

Because of these arbitrary similarities, urban survival as suppose to wilderness survival have not so arbitrary differences in methodology and theory.

The concrete jungle, while being civilized as being the most apparent difference, is populated by the most dangerous entity in the world, our fellow man.

Despite our minimal understanding of the animal psyche and relative inability to communicate with them, they are for more predictable and potentially less dangerous than we are to each other – the real threat.

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