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Gordijev čvor: Spašeno pet malih veverica sa umršenim repovima

Autor Vladan
Autor Vladan

Pet beba veverica je spašeno nakon što su pronađene sa uvezanim repovima. Smatra se da se formiranje čvora desilo slučajno dok su se mladunci meškoljili u svom gnezdu.

Izvor: Foto: Profimedia

Slučajni prolaznik primetio je bizarnu scenu u Viskonsinu u Sjedninjenim Državama i odneo mladunce u Centar za rehabilitaciju divljih životinja, gde su veterinari radili na tome da ih oslobode.

"Možete da zamislite kako je strašno izgledala ta uplašena, uznemirena kulga veveričje energije. Tako da je naš prvi korak bio da uspavamo svih pet veverica u isto vreme", napisali su zvaničnici na fejsbuku.

Sa uspavanim životinjama, veterinari su proveli 20 minuta u odmršavaju "gordijevog čvora" od veverica i materijala iz gnezda. 

Author: Wisconsin Humane Society / Facebook / BEEM Copyright: Wisconsin Humane Society / Facebook / BEEM Description: Non Exclusive: Five young gray squirrel siblings were recently rescued in Wisconsin after they were found with their tails all knotted up in a bunch. The juvenile squirrels had all become hopelessly entangled with the long-stemmed grasses and strips of plastic their mother used as nest material, as well as with each other, when a keen-eyed passerby found them and called the Wisconsin Human Society in Milwaukee for help. According to the rescue group, without careful and quick intervention, the squirrels would have likely lost their tails and maybe even their lives. "You can imagine how wiggly and unruly (and nippy!) this frightened, distressed ball of squirrelly energy was, so our first step was to anesthetize all five of them at the same time," the rescue group wrote on Facebook. "With that accomplished, we began working on unraveling the 'Gordian Knot.'" The Gordian knot is part of a legend associated with Alexander the Great and has since come to be used to describe a problem situation with no clear solution. It was impossible to tell whose tail was whose and rescuers became increasingly concerned because all the squirrels had suffered varying degrees of tissue damage to their tails caused by circulatory impairment. Bit by bit, they snipped away at the grass-and-plastic knot with scissors, being very careful to make sure they weren't snipping anyone's tail in the process. It took about 20 minutes to free the young squirrels. And soon after they began to recover from anesthesia. Just one day later, they were all back to their youthful squirrel selves but remained under watch at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at the Wisconsin Human Society in order to diagnose any tail necrosis caused by impaired blood flow. ------- DISCLAIMER: BEEM does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Any downloading fees charged by BEEM are for BEEM's services only, and do not, nor are they intented to, convey to the user any Copyright or License in the material. By publshing this material, the user expressly agrees to indemnify and to hold BEEM harmless from any claims, demands, or causes of action arising out of or connected in any way with user's publication of the material. Software:MomaPIX 6.0 Created: 2018:09:17 22:25:49
Izvor: Profimedia/Shutterstock Foto: Profimedia

Trava, mrvice i delovi plastike su takođe bili sastavni deo veza. 

"Bilo je nemoguće reći čiji je rep čiji. Bili smo zabrinuti zato što su svih pet veverica pretrpele različite stepene oštećenja kože repa uzrokovanih nedostatkom cirkulacije", kažu iz centra.

"Sada im se sijaju oči, a tri od njih imaju žbunaste repove, te ćemo morati da ih posmatramo još nekoliko dana kako bismo pratili nekrozu repova dobijenu slabim protokom krvi", dodaju veterinari.

Author: Wisconsin Humane Society / Facebook / BEEM Copyright: Wisconsin Humane Society / Facebook / BEEM Description: Non Exclusive: Five young gray squirrel siblings were recently rescued in Wisconsin after they were found with their tails all knotted up in a bunch. The juvenile squirrels had all become hopelessly entangled with the long-stemmed grasses and strips of plastic their mother used as nest material, as well as with each other, when a keen-eyed passerby found them and called the Wisconsin Human Society in Milwaukee for help. According to the rescue group, without careful and quick intervention, the squirrels would have likely lost their tails and maybe even their lives. "You can imagine how wiggly and unruly (and nippy!) this frightened, distressed ball of squirrelly energy was, so our first step was to anesthetize all five of them at the same time," the rescue group wrote on Facebook. "With that accomplished, we began working on unraveling the 'Gordian Knot.'" The Gordian knot is part of a legend associated with Alexander the Great and has since come to be used to describe a problem situation with no clear solution. It was impossible to tell whose tail was whose and rescuers became increasingly concerned because all the squirrels had suffered varying degrees of tissue damage to their tails caused by circulatory impairment. Bit by bit, they snipped away at the grass-and-plastic knot with scissors, being very careful to make sure they weren't snipping anyone's tail in the process. It took about 20 minutes to free the young squirrels. And soon after they began to recover from anesthesia. Just one day later, they were all back to their youthful squirrel selves but remained under watch at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at the Wisconsin Human Society in order to diagnose any tail necrosis caused by impaired blood flow. ------- DISCLAIMER: BEEM does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Any downloading fees charged by BEEM are for BEEM's services only, and do not, nor are they intented to, convey to the user any Copyright or License in the material. By publshing this material, the user expressly agrees to indemnify and to hold BEEM harmless from any claims, demands, or causes of action arising out of or connected in any way with user's publication of the material. Software:MomaPIX 6.0 Created: 2018:09:17 22:27:18
Izvor: Profimedia/Shutterstock Foto: Profimedia

Izvor: independent.co.uk

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