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Wounded bird.

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I found this guy in front of the main door to my office, my guess is he flew into the window. I scooped him in my hat covered him with a rag and placed him in under a tree. What else should I do? submitted by /u/Ninetndo69 [link] [comments]

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Need Advice/Help

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I'm posting the ones without any bleeding, but her wounds usually bleed moderately. Her fur has been falling of because of the wounds. Even with all of these, the wounds keep on coming back and I'm really worried about my dog and this may be so painful for her too. This is our big girl.

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What do I do with this mouse?

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Considering its been wounded, should I try cleaning its wounds with soapy water? The wounds look pretty bad, however they arent wet and haven't bled at all since i first saw it, so im guessing it has a high chance of living. Are these suitable foods for a mouse?

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Would it be safe to say that larger animals generally heal slower from wounds?

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So the larger the creature, the longer it takes to heal? is this correct? submitted by /u/DARK_YIMAIN [link] [comments]

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Lightning Storms and Eagles

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In mammals, maggots eat only dead tissue and are occasionally used to debride wounds. If there is an entrance wound, there is an exit wound. Her abdominal wound looked good … or as good as a horrific wound could look. Luckily, this wound was not as severe. We had to find it. Her wings were perfect.

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Chimpanzees Observed Treating Wounds Of others, Using Crushed Insects

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submitted by /u/OfficiallyGamingGuru [link] [comments].

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Found some bones in my old sneakers

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I’m assuming that it’s some old chicken wings that wound up in there, but is it possible that it could’ve belonged to a mouse or rat? They were all around 2-3 inches. submitted by /u/mseyni246 [link] [comments]

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