By the night he was taken to a jungle, and was buried alive up to his neck.

Is there any mistakes in the sentence above? Thanks
At night, he was taken into the jungle and buried up to his neck.
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Thanks MM, but I have another question.

What is the difference between "at night" and "by night"? Could you please give an example, showing the use of "by night"?
Abil: I think that maybe (maybe!) "by" might work in your sentence: By night ( = under cover of darkness), he was taken to a jungle and buried alive.
Thanks Anon
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