4" x 5"
Awesome cards. Only they need to be updated and expanded a bit for both desert and jungle survival. For example. In the jungles of S. E. Asia, food sources like durian and dubai (an Asian olive) grow wild in the jungle and are not cultivated in any farming. The Fox bat, a vegetarian species of bat which are large in size are also edible and free of rabies. Not the other bats which are carnivore in nature. Only the Fox bat is edible and safe to eat. It tastes like beef with a calamari texture. Sago worms are also a great source of protein and can be eaten alive or fried. Tastes like pork. They are grub found in Sago trees which turn into Dragon flies. Another thing to eat is in Malay called meeding. This is a wild grass that grows like a curly pig tail. Dark green. Smells bad when cooked, but tastes great actually, especially fried with garlic and soy sauce. River crabs are also found on land. Unlike the salt water crabs, this crab grows in fresh water and can be found around ponds, lakes and rivers. Same with fresh water clams. I lived in Malaysia on the Island of Borneo in Sarawak for 6 years and learned a lot of survival tricks not found in those cards.