A group of lifeguards in Pakistan managed to save the life of an endangered dolphin, after it strayed from its freshwater shelter to a crowded waterway, according to “Sky News”.
The blind Indus river dolphin had lost its way from its freshwater shelter to another unsuitable waterway, forcing the rescue crew to raise it in the province of Sindh in the southeast of the country, after they surrounded it with fishing nets.
The regional wildlife official, Mir Akhtar Hussein, said that the organization that saved 10 dolphins this year, eight of them last month: “We have to try and release it into the river as soon as possible.“.
Talbor explained that keeping the dolphin’s skin moist and enhancing its impression that it is still in the water, while ensuring that no liquid enters the breathing hole, is a sensitive task, “Sky News quoted “Reuters”.
In another incident, a camera documented horrific footage of a dolphin implanting its teeth in the hand of a six-year-old boy, after he thought it was food, as the child was bitten by a dolphin in Odessa, Ukraine, after he placed his hand on a swimming pool.
The boy appeared in the video published by the Daily Mail, standing with his hand outstretched, to shoot a “video” clip with the dolphin for the memory, but he jumped out of the water and licked the hand of the six-year-old boy, after which he was taken to the hospital with injuries, after which he underwent several stitches, but he According to the dolphin trainer, he was not hungry or aggressive.