Navigating the cave system takes an experienced diver more than five hours and the boys were not back at full strength after suffering exhaustion and starvation before rescuers found them.
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Alicia Nieves reports.
The boys reportedly drank water dripping down the sides of the cave, ate snacks they had with them and were taught by their coach to meditate.
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