Now, studies have shown that 30% of the time all venomous snakes don't release any venom at all. 60% of the time they release just enough venom to stop their assailant and 10% of the time they release more than enough venom to kill their attacker within a matter of hours. But how are you to know how much venom was just injected in you? Did you plan ahead for such a scenario with the proper medical bandages, EpiPen, and so on? Well The Revolution's resident survival expert, Tim MacWelch, will ready us for such an occasion and how we can avoid an untimely and painful death with a little commonsense and just a few dollars’ worth of medical supplies and some at home preparation. Tim explains that most campers don't take the necessary precautions when out in the woods and they don't account for bee stings, spider and snake bites and the sometimes fatal implications that can come from them. Now be sure to listen in to this week’s survival installment with survival expert Tim MacWelch, it might just save your life. For more on Tim or to find out about his survival classes visit www.AdvancedSurvivalTraining.com. Tim is also Outdoor Life's Survival Blogger and you can check that out at www.OutdoorLife.com/survival and he now teaches online survival classes at www.OutdoorLifeU.com.