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French artist emerges from seven days buried in rock

By Reuters
02 March 2017   |   4:25 am
French artist Abraham Poincheval emerges from living inside a rock for a week, eating stewed fruit and purees in a stone equipped with an air vent and personal items such as a log book.

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