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Man Survives By Eating Worms While Lost For A Month In The Amazon Jungle

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A Bolivian man lost in the jungle for 31 days says he survived by eating worms and insects and drinking rainwater he collected in his boots.

Thirty-year-old Jhonattan Acosta became separated from his four friends while hunting in northern Bolivia.

He said he ate worms and insects while hiding from jaguars and peccaries, a pig-like mammal.

A locals and friends search party found Acosta a month after he went missing.

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And his brother says Acosta has given up hunting after his ordeal in the jungle.

Meanwhile, the police have said they will question his friends with whom he went hunting to determine how Acosta became separated from them.

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