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A married couple in Kamchatka escaped from a bear in the trees for 11 days

A married couple in Kamchatka escaped from a bear in the trees for 11 days
Photo: 41region.tv

In Kamchatka, a young married couple spent 11 days in the forest, fleeing a bear tracking them. Most of the time they were in the trees. They had no water or food.

The incident happened in the area of ​​the Baths springs, 60 km from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. On July 4, Anton and Nina drove off in a converted Mitsubishi Pajero SUV towards a popular holiday destination on the peninsula, planning to spend the night there. They had a minimum of food and water with them, no weapons and no satellite communications. On the way to the Baths, the car got stuck. After spending the night in it, in the morning we went on foot to the springs, which were 18 km away.

After a third of the way, the young people discovered that an adult bear was following them. Attempts to scare him away led to the fact that he rushed at them and drove them up a tree. They stayed there for two days, on the following days they spent the night only in the trees. It took nine days to overcome six kilometers back to the car. The young people managed to get to her while the jeepers arrived and organized a rescue operation. Details in EastRussia material.

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