Bear keeps man at lair for 1 month

Bear keeps man at lair for 1 month

Bear keeps man at lair for 1 month

As Alexander himself has reportedly explained, he survived the initial attack because the bear apparently did not feel hungry at the moment and opted to keep him barely alive as some kind of food reserve, though it still remains unclear exactly how the man managed to survive that long.

The man, who had sustained "severe injuries and rotting tissue" after lying on the den floor motionless, told authorities he had drank his own urine to survive during his time in the bear's lair.

The story on the bear man was reported by major Russian newspaper Izvestia and news agency EADaily.

But every hospital in Tuva, the area where the attack was reported to have happened, has now denied that the man had been a patient.

At the same time, Independent researchers unveiled that the video clip may have come from Kazakhstan, Russia's neighbour.

A second language used by female voices in the footage has been revealed not as Tuvan but Kazakh.

A video shows Alexander opening his blue eyes and confirming his first name.

The distance between Kyzyl, regional capital of Tuva, and Aktobe, is around 1,600 miles.

A man was rescued from a bear den after he spent an entire month in the animal's lair in Russia's remote Tuva region.

He can move his arms, local hospital doctors said.

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The incredible story of a "Russian mummy saved by hunting dogs" was published around the world, with shocking photos and images showing the man with dry blood and dirt encrusting his body while in hospital.

"He is being treated in one of the hospitals and is getting better".

'But the doctors said that they will cure him.

"Of course, how he turned out to be in such state we will never know." they wrote.

It's not yet confirmed how Alexander's recovery is going, but he is still receiving treatment in hospital.

However, there was no formal statement to confirm this from the hospital.

In a new story on the case today, EADaily pleaded for fresh information about the man's identity.

The fact that he was rescued was miraculous as it looked certain that he would be the bear's next meal.

'EADaily appeals to all readers who can shed light on this event'.

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