There is always the risk of danger if you are an outdoor enthusiast who is on the hunt for a new adventure. However, odds are you will most likely survive whatever situation you find yourself in. Dylan McWilliams of Grand Junction Colorado is one of those people who has proven statistics wrong. Within a period of three years this 20 year old was bitten first by a snake in Utah, then by a black bear in Colorado and lastly by a tiger shark in Hawaii. Odds of being bitten by a venomous snake in the US are 1 in 37,000, by a bear 1 in 2.1 million and by a shark 1 in 11.5 million. This would mean that the odds of all three happening to one person are 1 in 893.4 quadrillion. Seems like he would be a great candidate to win a major lottery. He did survive all three attacks and manage to accumulate a variety of interesting scars.