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Singapore's Indiana Jones

July 2, 2011 - 9:39pm


TNP PHOTOS: Kelvin Chng

SHE once saw a man shot at point blank while in Africa’s Ivory Coast.

On another occasion, she wandered through a forest in Sulawesi, Indonesia, where human heads hung from the trees.

And she was bitten by a venomous snake while stranded deep in the forest of Irian Jaya for 40 days.

She regained consciousness two days later after locals used herbs to treat her.

While her experiences on several forest expeditions may suggest that Dr Yasmeen Mohamed(checked) is a female version of Indiana Jones, her actual vocation is a lot more mundane.

What does she do?



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