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Boys Will Have To Be Taught To Dive To Escape Thai Cave


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12 boys and their football coach will be given four months of food, after being found in a cave in Thailand, where they'd been stuck for 10 days.

The group will also be taught to dive to help them get out.

It's not known when they'll be able to leave the cave because of flooding.

Two British divers were the first to reach them - and it was recorded by Thai Navy SEALs.

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