The reindeer herder from Yakutia spent 44 days alone in the tundra and was able to survive in severe weather conditions and lack of basic necessities, reports the website

Egor Tarasov September 2 left reindeer brigades N9 in Nizhnekolymsky district of the Republic of firewood on the boat and got lost in thick fog, and later he ran out of gas.

He sat in the boat for two days. Gun and knife he had with him was not. The clothes were summer. Him had dogs, but they ran away. In the end, the herder decided to look for people.

In the tundra he ate mushrooms, cloudberries and cranberries, drinking water from the lake. In total Tarasov overcame walk about 120 km, having Pohodsky and Khalarchinskii tundra, and suddenly came upon a small house in which lived for two weeks.

In the end, he waited for the owner of the house, who immediately called relatives Tarasova, and October 15 brought him to the village of Chersky. Currently, he is in the surgical Department of the hospital.

In September in Mirny district was saved by 38-year-old resident of the village of Diamond, who went hunting on a Quad bike, intending to return on the same day, but in the end spent in the forest 15 days after his vehicle broke down and he lost. He was found in a depleted condition and with the latest rifle cartridge – the rest he spent trying unsuccessfully to make a fire in the absence of matches.

The most resonant in recent years has been the story of three girls from the village Olomu Olekminsky area of Yakutia who disappeared in the taiga in July 2014 and found severely emaciated, but alive only on the 12th day of the search. Her survival was called a miracle. It was reported that, while traveling, the girl ate only berries and grass, but to save her helped the devotion of a puppy who has gone to the forest together with the baby, warmed it a night and returned to the village, which allowed more accurately determine the area of the forest, where she lost the baby.

Unarmed Yakut reindeer survived 44 days of wandering in the tundra 17.10.2016

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