Skunk climbs the leg of a police officer seeking water in Australia

With the high temperatures as a result of the devastating fires in Australia, wildlife is finding it increasingly difficult. The animals, hot and thirsty, struggle to find water constantly.

Now it’s a skunk’s turn, a small specimen of thirsty skunk who climbed onto a policeman’s leg for water.

Now it’s a skunk’s turn, a small specimen of thirsty skunk who climbed onto a policeman’s leg for water….

David Jamieson and Gary Tickell, the two agents who experienced this, were working when they found a small skunk in the middle of the street. As soon as the vehicle came to a halt, the animal climbed unabated on Sergeant Jamieson’s leg.

The police then thought about offering water to the animal, the animal was slowly drinking water in the lid of a bottle and used the water to take some of the heat that was feeling, passing in his hand and going through his body.

The video was recorded by Victoria and posted on Nillumbik’s official police website.

Source: Revista Carpe Diem

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