Bat Has Life-Saving Surgery On Broken Wing: WILDEST ANIMAL RESCUES
An injured bat has been given a second chance after life-saving surgery. This Indian flying bat was rescued from predators in the wild following a vicious tussle in the wild. The tiny creature suffered a severely broken wing and came to his rescuers with the bone protruding from his flesh.His rescuers called various vets but none were able to help the delicate creature. After spending 15 days clinging to life the bat was brought to Dr V Madan Kompal, a veterinary surgeon and radiologist who works for Mysore Zoo in Kuvempunagar, India.
Videographer / director: Dinesh Dubey
Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ruby Coote
Editor: Jack Stevens