TODDLER VS WILD: 1-year-old survives 3 nights lost in Russian forest
ยท ยท Aug 27, 2021 ยท NottheBee.com

It's like if Survivor Man and Bear Grylls had a baby.

A Russian toddler girl called Lyuda was found after THREE nights lost in a forest west of Moscow. She's only 22 months old, and thank God she's still alive!

There's not much explanation for how Lyuda survived outside of divine providence.

A search effort of 400 volunteers, police, and divers searched throughout the region for little Lyuda. On the fourth day of the search, some of the volunteers took a break about two-and-a-half miles from Lyuda's home. That's when they heard something.

"[T]hey heard a 'squeak' that they found her in some branches under a tree," Lyuda's mom said.

The volunteers investigated the sound and realized it actually came from Lyuda. The volunteers found her, and although she was "weakened, bitten by insects," she "immediately stretched our her thin arms to cling tightly to her rescuers," according to the Moscow Times.

"[Lyuda's] quite adamant she'll never run away from Mum again," the mother said. "Although quite how long she'll remember that promise, I have no idea. But at least she says so."

The Russians apparently have a knack for creating these super babies.

This is not the first time a Russian baby survived the wilderness alone. Just three years ago, a 3-year-old Russian child survived three days in the Siberian wilderness. All he had for survival was a chocolate bar, a shirt, and shoes -- not even a coat!

Perhaps we're uncovering that Russia is developing real-life versions of the Red Guardian!


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