Human beings are not alone on this planet. We share the earth with a wide variety of critters, some winged, some on four feet, some so small that gravity is essentially meaningless, some that weigh more than a heavy duty pick-up truck. As human settlements encroach on formerly wild areas and both wildlife and human populations expand, animals and humans are more and more likely to interact — usually, but not always peacefully. So, what to do, if you are confronted by, say a mountain lion, roaming in the suburbs? Or a wild turkey charging down the bike path at you? Or something smaller, like a louse, a cockroach or a bedbug? Journalist Rachel Levin has got you covered. Her book “Look Big, And Other Tips for Surviving Animal Encounters of all Kinds,” is a readable, often humorous guide that might just save your life, and maybe your furry, feathery or scaly antagonist’s, too. Rachel Levin joined Monday Buzz host Brian Standing on March 2, 2020.