You’ve been eaten by a lion. Congratulations! Now what?
First, let’s get one thing out of the way: being eaten by a lion is not a pleasant experience. You may have been mauled before being eaten, and then you were probably eaten alive. The lion’s stomach is full of hydrochloric acid, and your body will have been digested over the course of several hours.
But don’t despair! There are a few things you can do to make the best of a bad situation.
First, try to relax. This may be difficult, given the circumstances, but it’s important to stay calm. If you start to panic, you’ll only make the situation worse.
Second, take a deep breath and hold it. The lion’s stomach is full of acid, but it’s not as acidic as your lungs. By holding your breath, you can prevent the acid from reaching your lungs and causing further damage.
Third, curl into a fetal position. This will help protect your vital organs from the acid.
Fourth, try to stay warm. The lion’s stomach is warm, but it’s not as warm as your body temperature. By staying warm, you can prevent your body from going into shock.
Finally, wait for the lion to pass you. This may take several hours, but eventually the lion will defecate and you’ll be deposited in the feces. From there, you can make your way out of the lion’s territory and find help.
So, there you have it! If you’ve been eaten by a lion, these tips may help you survive the experience.