Perhilitan ranger found, survives three weeks alone in the jungle

Perhilitan ranger Ahmad Tarmizi survived almost three weeks alone in the jungle and relied on his training to stay safe and alive. – Bernama

LIPIS (Bernama): A Kelantan Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) ranger who went missing while collecting data on tigers in Yong Forest Reserve, Taman Negara since Aug 11, was found safe four kilometres from the base camp.

Pahang police deputy chief Datuk Mohd Yusri Hassan Basri told a press conference here that Ahmad Tarmizi Ahmad Japli, 30, was found in good health but tired at about 4pm Saturday (Aug 25).

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