This is a pocket sized parabolic fire starter. Simply insert an light dry object into the center and aim it at the sun. The redirected sunrays will begin igniting the object placed in the center.
Second, try to orient yourself by paying attention to landmarks or other reference points. If you have a map and compass, use them to help you get your bearings. If not, you can determine where north and south is just by looking at a tree. In the northern hemisphere, moss will grow on a tree's north side; in the southern hemisphere, moss will grow on a tree's south side.
Once you have a general idea of where you are and which way you need to go, start walking. Put one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward.
And finally, don't forget to leave behind a trail of breadcrumbs so you can find your way back!
By following these simple tips, you'll greatly improve your chances of surviving if you ever find yourself lost in the forest.
Getting lost in the forest can be a daunting prospect, but there are some things you can do to increase your chances of survival.
First and foremost, it's important to stay calm. Losing your cool will only make it more difficult to think clearly and make good decisions.