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Russian man fights off Siberian bear by biting its tongue off
An unarmed Russian man fended off a gruesome bear attack in a remote forest in Siberia by biting the animal’s tongue off, the media reports citing local police.
Ten days ago, Nikolay Irgit, 30, along with two friends went to a local forest reserve in the Tuva region of southern Siberia to collect horns shed by deer and moose. The journey into the wilderness was not only dangerous but illegal as well, since the men had no permits for collecting the remains of animals. The horns, used for medical purposes and making furniture, are often sold for a hefty price on the black market.
After the beast was gone, a bloodied Irgit had enough strength left to call for help. His friends arrived and called the ambulance. The media shared a photo of Irgit on the hospital bed, with his head bandaged and face covered with stitches.
The man was lucky enough to survive the bear attack but did not escape the law. The police launched an administrative case against him for illegal activities in the forest reserves.