Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Rodrigo’s Rehab & Release

    Posted on April 24, 2018 by Laura Wilkinson in Rehabilitation, Releases, Rescues.

    Rodrigo is a juvenile tamandua mexicana (northern tamandua) who was rescued after he wandered into a home in Ostional. We do not know what happened to his mother, but it’s clear that he got a little lost because tamanduas are arboreal and spend most of their time in trees, not houses. Rodrigo joined us in January 2018 and […]

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  • Ronny’s Electrocution Rehabilitation – Warning Graphic Images

    Posted on April 23, 2018 by Laura Wilkinson in Electrocutions, Injuries, Rehabilitation.

    Ronny has been with us since early 2017 after he was severely electrocuted by uninsulated power lines. Unfortunately most of Ronny’s burns were on his face. And the injury was gruesome. It was the first time we have ever seen an electrocution injury like this. Although the burns looked very bad, Ronny behaved normally. He ate very […]

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  • Owen’s Electrocution Rehabilitation

    Posted on April 22, 2018 by Laura Wilkinson in Uncategorized.

    Owen has been through a lot and he almost died because of his injuries. He was very badly electrocuted and needed extensive care in our clinic. The muscle on his left leg and foot was damaged beyond repair – the tissue was necrotic and the skin had peeled off the foot. Amputation of the leg was needed to save […]

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  • Protected: Monkey Electrocutions

    Posted on April 8, 2018 by Laura Wilkinson in Uncategorized.

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