Farmer is rescued after being wedged between rocks for four days when he slipped while trying tocollect bat droppings in Cambodia

जाको राखे साईयाँ मार सके ना कोय.

Sum Bora, 28, slipped on Sunday while trying to retrieve his flashlight which had fallen in the small rocky hollow.

Bat droppings – guano – are used as fertilizer and sold for supplementary income by poor farmers, who sometimes try to attract bats to their property.

Sum Bora, 28, became stuck between rocks on Sunday after he slipped trying to retrieve his flashlight while collecting bat droppings in the Cambodian jungle

Sum Bora, 28, became stuck between rocks on Sunday after he slipped trying to retrieve his flashlight while collecting bat droppings in the Cambodian jungle 

His worried family began searching for Sum Bora when he didn’t return after three days, Cambodia’s Fresh News reported. 

His brother found him and alerted authorities to his location in the Chakry mountain jungle in the northwestern province of Battambang

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7336335/Farmer-stuck-rocks-four-days-slipped-collecting-bat-droppings.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ito=1490&utm_campaign=fullarticle&utm_medium=referral&ns_campaign=1490&utm_source=inshorts

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