On January 9, 2012 Monte Adone Centre for Conservation and Research of Exotic and Wild Fauna (NPO – Voluntary Association) came across a wolf named Navarre who was stuck in the icy creek. They shot Navarre with tranquilizer in order to rescue him from the water. They were able to take him out of the water, but unfortunately he was so weak that he stopped breathing. Rescuers immediately used medications to restore Navarre back to life. After so many tries they were finally successful. However, the dramatic rescue didn’t end there!
The rescuers took Navarre to the medical facility for an intensive treatment. According to the video, Navarre was found to be undernourished, had paralyzed hind limbs and they also found 35 pallets in his body. They transferred Navarre to an enclosed center, suitable for his rehabilitation, where he was monitored day and night with the help of cameras. This helped him to recover without any interference.
Watch this dramatic rescue in the video below and do share your thoughts about it in the comments section below!