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Estonian Dam Workers Rescue Dog From Freezing River, Turns Out It Was A Wolf

When Estonian dam workers saw a dog trapped in icy water, they didn't hesitate and they rushed to help the poor animal. After rescuing the animal, it was taken to a nearby clinic where it was confirmed that the dog brought in...was a wolf. Check out the images below! 

Via Euronews


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    Workers at the Sindi Dam, Estonia, noticed a pup in the freezing Parnu river and jumped into action!  


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    Going to the clinic

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    One of the rescuers, a man named Rando Kartsepp, told the Estonian newspaper Postimees, "He weighed a fair bit", in referring to carrying the animal into the car to drive to the clinic. He said, the wolf was calm and slept on his leg, and "when I wanted to stretch them, he raised his head for a moment."

    The Estonian Union for the Protection of Animals (EUPA), which posted photos of the canine with the story on Facebook, said that the animal was "very exhausted, hypothermic and frozen" when it was brought to the clinic.


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    Exhaustion

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    The Estonian Union for the Protection of Animals (EUPA), which posted photos of the canine with the story on Facebook, said that the animal was "very exhausted, hypothermic and frozen" when it was brought to the clinic.



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    Surprise!

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    The veterinarians then confirmed that the animal brought in was a one-year-old wolf. "According to the doctor, he was in such a state that without saving the boys, he would probably have stayed in that river", the EUPA said.


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    Healthy and free

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    The EUPA paid the medical bills and added, "We thank the heart of the young men who went to help the wild animal and saved him", they added.

    The wolf recovered quickly and has seen been released back into the wild after being fitted with a GPS collar by Estonia's national environmental agency.

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