A hunter who was mauled by a bear in Alaska spent 36 hours in the remote wilderness before being rescued.
The Alaska National Guard said the man, who was part of a guided hunting party, was found by rescuers using night-vision goggles.
He had been attacked about 35 miles north of Anaktuvuk Pass.
According to USA Today, initial rescue efforts by local search teams had to turn back because of the dense fog.
The hunter suffered significant blood loss but was stabilised by a medical professional who was part of another hunting group.
Air Force Master Sgt. Armando Soria told CNN: "The pararescuemen credit him for saving the man's life. He provided expert care with limited resource for several hours, ultimately stabilising, warming and rehydrating the victim."
The man was taken to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.
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