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Federn-Transplantation für einen gequälten Bussard
15.09.20

Federn-Transplantation für einen gequälten Bussard

In einer Wildtierklinik in El Salvador setzen Tierärzte einem Bussard neue Federn ein. Dem Vogel waren offenbar in Gefangeneschaft die Flügel gestutzt worden.

SHOTLIST SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR11. SEPTEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe hands of veterinarians as they remove damaged feathers from a roadside hawk during a feather transplant at the veterinary clinic of the ministry of environment and natural resources2. Totale healthy feathers from a roadside hawk to be transplanted3. Halbnahe hands of veterinarians as they remove damaged feathers from a roadside hawk during a feather transplant4. Halbnahe damaged feathers5. Nah hands of veterinarians as they attach new feathers to the injured roadside hawk during a feather transplant6. O-TON 1 - José Coto, veterinarian at the environment and natural resources ministry (Mann, Spanish, 10 Sek.): 'The animal will never feel at ease, if you cut off its wings you are completely destroying its way of life. It leads to stress.''El animal jamás va a estar cómodo, si tú le cortas las alas estás perjudicando completamente su forma de vida, le genera estrés.' 7. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe hands of veterinarians as they hold open the restored wings of the roadside hawk 8. Halbnahe hands of veterinarians as they work on an injured boa constrictor9. Halbnahe injured raccoons on a blanket10. Totale hands of veterinarians as they prep the coati for surgery on a table11. Nah coati's hand during surgery

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