I want to say thanks to veterinarians who helped save the baby, to all volunteers who continue to carry fresh sea water and seafood for the animal. Many are trying to help, “- said Marina Nishta
Rescued a cub of a sea otter, left without a mother. Now the Red Book is under the supervision of experts of the regional station for the control of animal diseases in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. This was reported in the regional agency for veterinary medicine.
A two-month-old calf cub was found in a critical condition on the shore of Avacha Bay. Volunteers reported this to Rosprirodnadzor and the Veterinary Agency. The situation was complicated by the fact that in the Kamchatka Territory there are no specialized institutions that have experience with such animals. The first emergency help to the animal was rendered to the city veterinary station
Calans live with their mothers until they reach 8 months of age. Until that time, they are completely dependent on them, so survive alone in a natural environment, he has no chance. Now we are conducting a check to find out the reasons and conditions for the withdrawal of the Red Data Book from the habitat, but right now we can say that the cub would most likely have died without mother and food, “said the head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Nature Management in Kamchatsky Edge Alexander Lesin.