Tourist Rescues Wild Impala Stuck In Mud
September 3, 2018
A video of a man rescuing an impala from being stuck in the mud is warming hearts across the world.
Steve Haley, from England, was on a safari at Kruger National Park in South Africa when he noticed the trapped impala.
"I was on my own during a self-safari where I take a tent, rent a car and camp in the park for eight weeks," Haley told Caters News.
Haley got out of his car, took his shoes and socks off and got into the mud to pull the impala out by its antlers.
Once free, the clearly exhausted impala had a brief rest on the bank before rejoining the herd.
Watch the video below.
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