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Man survives '16 months adrift' at sea

Bangkok Post
Friday, 31 January 2014

An emaciated man whose boat washed up on a remote Pacific atoll this week claims he survived 16 months adrift on the Pacific, floating more than 12,500 kilometres (8,000 miles) from Mexico, a researcher said Friday.
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