Francisco Lopez

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Rescuers discovered 2 shipwrecked children clinging to their dead mother, who had saved their lives by drinking her urine to breastfeed them

Mariely Chacón's kids, aged 2 and 6, were found after their boat capsized, casting them adrift at the sea for days. She died hours before rescuers arrived.

https://www.insider.com/shipwrecked-mother-saved-kids-by-drinking-her-own-urine-breastfeed-2021-9

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