The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development rescued a sea Wolf that appeared on the river bank Gualeguaychú, in Entre Ríos, and they will transfer it to San Clemente del Tuyú for their reintegration into their natural habitat.
It was the neighbors who alerted authorities last Saturday to the presence of the animal in the river, according to the newspaper. The day.
The presence of the mammal in the place is unusual and specialists believe that “given the low temperature of the marine waters, the specimen would have reached the Gualeguaychú river in search of food “.
Other climatic events such as storms, floods or extraordinary downspouts of water courses are possible reasons why these types of animals distance themselves from their usual reference routes and appear lost outside their habitat.
The animal was seen on a road and was taken to the Las Piedras de Gualeguaychú provincial reserve. Meanwhile, the inspectors from the Environmental Control and Monitoring Secretariat of the Ministry of Environment will transfer it to the Buenos Aires town of San Clemente del Tuyú.
The Mundo Marino Foundation will be the recipient of the animal, and in charge of reinsert it in its natural environment.