Man Found Alive A Month After Being Paralyzed By A Bear And Kept For Future Meals

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A man was found alive by hunting dogs in a bear cave in the Siberian Forrest one month after going missing.

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The man was extremely close to death and was diagnosed with a broken spine and severe body and tissue rotting.

   

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The bear snapped his spine and dragged him to his cave where he preserved him for future meals. The man survived by drinking his own urine and medics say that it’s a miracle that he’s still alive.

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“The man remembers his first name but not his age and was reportedly in the den for around one month – drinking urine to survive,” reported The Siberian Times. He was described as having “severe injuries and rotting tissue” from lying motionless for so long in the den.“Local medics say they cannot explain how the man survived such injuries,” said the report.