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Wildlife rescue centres struggle to treat endangered species in coronavirus outbreak

28.03.2020
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Shortages in funds, medicines and masks threaten charity work around the worldCoronavirus - latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLast Thursday morning Louisa Baillie drove down the five-kilometre dirt track that connects her jungle home in the Amazon rainforest to the main road. At the junction, she parked, hiking the rest of the way into Mera, a town of about 8,000 people.After filling her backpack with fruit and vegetables from local sellers, she grabbed some leaves and set about plucking termites off trees along the roadside, stuffing them into a bucket containing small fragments of the insects' nests. Baillie works as a veterinarian at Merazonia, a wildlife rescue centre in Ecuador. The termites were dinner for Andy the anteater, a baby recently confiscated at a police checkpoint. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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