Family members of the 12 boys and their soccer coach watch a video clip of 12 boys on television after they were found alive, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, in northern Thailand, July 4. Rescuers found all 12 boys and their soccer coach alive deep inside a partially flooded cave in northern Thailand.
This photo released by Tham Luang Rescue Operation Center, July 2, shows the boys and their soccer coach as they were found in a partially flooded cave, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai, Thailand.
Friends sing a song outside of a cave complex where 12 boys and their soccer coach are trapped inside, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, in northern Thailand.
Australian Federal Police and Defense Force personnel talk about extraction plans to get the soccer team out of a flooded cave in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, in northern Thailand.
Thai Buddhist monks pray for the 12 boys and their soccer coach who went missing in a flooded cave in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand. The group was discovered July 2 after 10 days totally cut off from the outside world, and while they are for the most physically healthy, experts say the ordeal has likely taken a mental toll that could worsen the longer the situation lasts.
The body of Saman Gunan, a former Thai navy SEAL who died during an overnight mission, is carried during a repatriation and religious rites ceremony at Chiang Rai Airport in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, in northern Thailand, July 6. The Thai navy diver died from lack of oxygen, underscoring risks of extracting the team.
Family members pray in front of a Buddhist statue near the cave. The soccer coach trapped inside with 12 boys apologized to their parents in the first letter he and the team have sent out through divers, in which the boys say they're doing well and missing their families.
Thai soldiers try to connect water pipes that will help bypass water from entering a cave.
In this undated photo released by Royal Thai Navy, Thai rescue team members walk inside the cave. The local governor in charge of the mission to rescue them said that cooperating weather and falling water levels over the last few days had created appropriate conditions for evacuation, but that they won't last if it rains again.
Australian Federal Police and Defense Force personnel arrive near the cave. Thai authorities are racing to pump out water from the flooded cave before more rains are forecast to hit the northern region.
Indian students pray for boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped since June 23, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, at a school in Ahmadabad, India, Monday. Banners in the local language read "Oh God save the lives of children".
Indian students hold candles and pray for boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped since June 23.
The poster reads " Take Wild Boars back home."
Jedsada Chokdumrongsuk, center, permanent secretary at the Public Health Ministry, speaks during a press conference at a hospital in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, Tuesday. The rescued boys will be staying in the hospital for at least seven days.
Rescuers walk toward the entrance to a cave complex where five were still trapped, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, Tuesday.
A Thai Buddhist monk prays for 12 boys and their soccer coach, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province.
Students pray at Mae Sai Prasitsart School where six out of the rescued 12 boys study as they cheer the successful rescue in the Mae Sai district in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand.
An ambulance believed to be carrying one of the rescued boys from the flooded cave heads to the hospital in Chiang Rai as divers evacuated the remaining boys and their coach trapped at Tham Luang cave in the Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, Tuesday. Thai Navy SEALs say all 12 boys and their coach were rescued from the cave, ending an ordeal that lasted more than 2 weeks.
Thai media celebrate after evacuation in Chiang Rai as divers evacuated some of the 12 boys and their coach trapped at Tham Luang cave in the Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, Tuesday.
Thai media listen to acting Gov. Narongsak Osatanakorn, who is leading the ongoing rescue operation of the soccer team and coach trapped in a flooded cave.
Rescue personnel walk out of the entrance to a cave complex.
This undated from video released via the Thai NavySEAL Facebook Page shows rescuers holding an evacuation boy inside the Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Mae Sai.
In this undated photo released by Royal Thai Navy on Tuesday, the last four Thai Navy SEALs come out safely after completing the rescued mission inside the cave.
Thai soldiers leave a cave rescue area in Mae Sai.
Thai officers prepare to head to an entrance of a cave rescue area to pick up belongings in Mae Sai.
Thai workers clean a giant water pump as they prepare to leave a cave rescue area.
People wait as police block the road during an emergency helicopter evacuation.
Australia Federal Police commander for Asia based in Beijing, Glen McEwen leaves following a press conference.
In this image made from video, released by Thailand Government Spokesman Bureau, Family members watch from window outside patient room at Chiang Rai hospital.
In this image made from video, released by the Thailand Government Spokesman Bureau, three of the 12 boys are seen recovering in their hospital beds after being rescued along with their coach from a flooded cave.