Rescue Team Helps 2 Baby Moose Cross A River With Strong Currents To Reach Their Mother
February 24, 2017
Central Siberia Nature Reserve's officials rescued two moose calves that risked drowning in the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in the Krasnoyask region.
Two moose calves were sighted attempting to cross the freezing river with their mother. It appeared their lives were in danger as the currents grew stronger.
Rescue team successfully pulled them away from harm and returned them to their mother.
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