Brazilian pilot Antonio Senna, 36, staged a real-life version of “Survival in the Wilderness” after being trapped in the Amazon Forest for 36 days due to the plane crash he was flying.
In the primitive forest, various insects fly around Senna, and there are poisonous snakes and other beasts to guard against. In addition, because there is no food, Senna can only eat weeds and fruits to appease her hunger.
Senna eventually met the locals who went out to pick and was rescued. By this time, he had trekked about 27 kilometers in the forest and was trapped for 36 days. Due to a long-term state of hunger and panic, Senna lost about 25 kilograms. Fortunately, except for some weakness and minor scratches, his body was not serious.