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The Zombie Survival Guide - Study Guide Living in an Undead World: Terrain Types through Then What? Summary & Analysis

Max Brooks
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In choosing a location for your new home, choose the harshest environments, since they will have the lowest populations. Deserts are among the safest environments. Rocks can be a natural resource for building. A secluded spot deep in the desert would be an unlikely and perhaps deadly target for bandits. Mountains are a good defensive position, with steep slopes to slow zombies. Camouflage is important, and resources must be available on the mountaintop.

The jungle provides food, water, resources and camouflage; however, disease, preserving food and mold are problems in this wet environment. Metal will easily rust, and cloth will rot. Tundra is more promising, since it is inhospitable to human refugees and marauders. Zombies, however, will not be deterred by the environment, and you must have a strong...

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