Sterilized tilapia skin is sutured onto the lion’s paw to cover the burned tissue. Although the lion will likely eventually chew off the bandage, veterinarians hope it will stay in place long enough to speed the healing process.
Sterilized tilapia skin is sutured onto the lion’s paw to cover the burned tissue. Although the lion will likely eventually chew off the bandage, veterinarians hope it will stay in place long enough to speed the healing process. California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Sterilized tilapia skin is sutured onto the lion’s paw to cover the burned tissue. Although the lion will likely eventually chew off the bandage, veterinarians hope it will stay in place long enough to speed the healing process. California Department of Fish and Wildlife

How a fish helped save this mountain lion kitten burned in a California wildfire

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