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Bonfires are pretty much a summer and beach trip tradition. You might think they're easy to throw together in a few minutes, but making a bit more effort will turn a mediocre bonfire gathering into one that you and your friends will fondly remember.

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It might feel like there aren't any rules out in the great outdoors, but there are certainly guidelines you should follow. Whether you're new to hiking or always been confused about the dos and don'ts of the trail, this guide will clear things up.

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If you find a tick on yourself, it's totally normal to want to climb out of your skin and burn it and live your life with your bones and muscles on display. Since that didn't work the last time I tried it, I'm glad to report there is a safe, effective, hands-off way to remove the tick from your skin. More than one, in fact.

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Gorillas, the largest primates in the world, can stand up to 1.8m tall and weigh upwards of 180kg. They're normally very peaceful animals - more Koko and less King Kong - but a dominant silverback male has the strength of several men, and isn't afraid to use it to defend his troop.

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Even as the weather cools, you still have to mow the lawn. If you're confused about what type of mower you need or you're just looking to justify the cost of upgrading, read on.

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Staying fit and active doesn't mean that you need to leave your devices at home. In fact, they can make your time out in the wild even better.

We figured we aren't the only ones who feel this way. And with Christmas coming up, we thought we would offer up some great tech solutions for your loved ones who enjoy getting off the beaten track.

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Simply floating in water might look easy, but it's actually pretty difficult if you don't have a flotation device, and treading water is an essential safety skill for anyone who plans on spending time on or near the water, well, ever. Here's the best way to do it for as long as possible in an emergency situation.

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Australia has a reputation for having lots of deadly animals - but we're actually pretty safe from apex predators. As long as you keep out of the water and don't attempt to box a kangaroo, you're relatively safe from harm. Not so in America, where mountain lions have been known to kill and eat humans. If you're every hiking in the US and bump into one of these surly cats, here's what to do.