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Question 6 - Critical Decisions Edition

 

For the next 30 minutes you followed the blood trail, keeping pressure on him and keeping him bleeding. The trail was easy to follow and while the buck was never seen,he bedded at least four times (with each bed closer than the last). On the 5th bed the deer was unable to run off. Three minutes after this photo was taken it started pouring. Answer the question below.

PLEASE READ - This Bloodtrail will step you through a recovery that will force you to make critical decisions. You will be asked whether to abandon conventional wisdom or double down on it. As always - these challenges are meant to educational, generate critical thinking, and spark dialogue. As always, we expect a respectful discussion.

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