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Brazilian pilot survives 38 days in Amazon after crash

Brazilian pilot survives 38 days in Amazon after crash

A pilot in Brazil who crash landed while flying a single-prop Cessna 210 over the Brazilian Amazon has survived 38 days in the rainforest. Sena went missing on January 28 after taking off from Alenquer in the state in Para on the northern bank of the Amazon River bound for the city of Almeirim. Sena managed to survive living off birds’ eggs and wild fruit. He was discovered by chestnut pickers.

Chris
Chris
Phoenix
Phoenix 1 weeks

Wow. Incredible story.

Jackson
Jackson 1 weeks

Absolute chad

Prince Azmiran
Prince Azmiran 1 weeks

Cant wait for the movie, maybe just documentary.

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 1 weeks

Don't tell PETA in are Greta! Kudos for learning some survival skills!

Evan
Evan 1 weeks

Apart from being truly very lucky to survive, he was also a local Brasilian plough boy & he knew exactly what to select & eat in the jungle. Kudos to him, Thank's Lord & his skills-knowledge as a local Brasileiro, he finally survived

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 weeks

Been lost in the mountains, had my spine decide my left leg wasn't gonna work in the desert, and nearly been killed falling down slopes in the snow self arresting in the nick of time, and in all of those "you should really start telling people where you go, guess you're on your own AGAIN genius" scenarios I was always thankful I wasn't in a God forsaken jungle. Been in a couple jungles, absolutely HATE the things. This guy is an absolute Chad.

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