A man in Alaska survived three days lost in the wilderness in subzero temperatures after his snow mobile fell through the ice.
Craig Johnson was on his way to visit his family when his snow mobile started to sink, ABC reports.
As Johnson endured a 30-mile trek in search of help, a wolverine started to stalk him.
“You could hear it on the ice, just playing with me, toying with me,” he told ABC.
The 38-year-old faced a grueling three nights in the remote wilderness, sheltering in a wooden box he found on the ice, as search helicopters flew past him.
“That third night when they passed right be me — not even 200, 300 yards — that’s when I lost hope,” he said.
Read more at ABC.
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