Today we will talk about people who lived on an uninhabited island or an uninhabited part of the land, and whose life was documented. It's about real "Robinsons", is written by dekatop.com.

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Daniel Foss. The shipwreck, as a result of which this man was on the shore of an uninhabited stony spit, happened in the southern latitudes of the Pacific Ocean in 1809. For a long time Foss only ate seals’ meat and drank rainwater. He was rescued after five years of "imprisonment".

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