Qinghai: the rescue of wild foxes by power employees has been released to nature

Xining, December 9 (Xinhua) according to the State Grid Qinghai maintenance company on the 9th, the injured fox rescued by the power staff of State Grid Qinghai maintenance company and the forest police of Guinan County, Hainan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Qinghai Province, has recovered and returned to nature. On the morning of November 23, Li Yucang and Jiang Dongkui, the transmission maintenance staff of State Grid Qinghai maintenance company, accidentally found an injured fox during the maintenance of ± 800 kV Qingyu line. At that time, the fox was lying on the bottom of the line, with two hind legs dragging, and the bones and flesh of the fox could be seen. < / P > < p > “its two hind legs should have been injured by a trap. The wounds are a bit rotten and the blood has scab. It is estimated that it has been injured for several days.” At the same time, Li Yucang asked Jiang Dongkui to call 110 to call the police and contact the forest police of Guinan county. < / P > < p > after getting the news, the police inquired about the specific location and the situation of the scene, and immediately came to this side. After the police arrived at the scene to check the fox’s injury, he was immediately sent to Guinan county animal rescue station for treatment. According to the introduction, foxes belong to three kinds of animals, but many people lack the awareness of protection. Although this fox is only a general wild fox and does not belong to the state-level protected animal, it is also the duty of every citizen to protect wild animals. < / P > < p > “when we patrol and repair the circuit for a long time, we often encounter all kinds of wild animals. Sometimes, when we encounter injured animals, we will actively rescue them. If we can’t cure them, we will call the police for help. We hope that we can do our best to help them and protect the ecological environment of the headwaters of the three rivers. ” Li Yucang said. Continue ReadingASMC, a lithography maker, was one of TSMC’s 14 top suppliers last year