There was time when wolves ruled the mountainous areas of the Apennines and western Alps in Italy. But today, the population of wolves in this region is estimated to be 500 individuals, which is very low. To protect these species, various organization and government are working together.
One of such organization is Monte Adone Centre for Conservation and Research of Exotic and Wild Fauna (NPO – Voluntary Association) who has been tirelessly working to protect these species. One of the brave rescues of this organization has been featured in this video and it is the most dramatic rescue of a wild animal I have ever seen.
On January 9, 2012 NPO-Voluntary Association rescued a wolf named Navarre from the icy water. It was undernourished, paralyzed in hind limbs and had 35 lead pellets in his body. As soon as they had taken Navarre out of the water, he had stopped breathing. But with every effort they had they brought him back to life. And what followed after that is the intensive treatment and care for this poor wolf.
Watch this dramatic rescue of a wild wolf and his recovery. Do let us know what you think about this video in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!
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