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Wildlife SOS & Friendicoes SECA Save A Mule from Flooding in Northern India with Rescue Helicopter

Although continuing rainstorms during the monsoon season in Northern India, currently preclude search and recovery efforts for human bodies—some courageous Delhi-based animal rescue teams have saved the life of a single mule. Friendicoes SECA and Wildlife SOS, both animal welfare organizations, teamed up to help bring the mule to safety earlier this week. Stranded on…

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Wildlife SOS & Friendicoes SECA Save A Mule from Flooding in Northern India with Rescue Helicopter

Although continuing rainstorms during the monsoon season in Northern India, currently preclude search and recovery efforts for human bodies—some courageous Delhi-based animal rescue teams have saved the life of a single mule. Friendicoes SECA and Wildlife SOS, both animal welfare organizations, teamed up to help bring the mule to safety earlier this week. Stranded on…

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