In Connecticut, a fox with its head stuck in a tyre is rescued
Connecticut is a US state in southern New England .
According to a Facebook post by the Connecticut State Environmental Conservation Police, officers responded to the northwestern part of the state on a report of a distressed fox.
When they arrived, they discovered the animal's head stuck through the opening in the centre of a discarded car tire's rim.
According to the post, the fox was likely chasing a small rodent when it stuck its head through the opening and became trapped.
With the assistance of the homeowners and a little baby oil, wardens were able to safely free fox.
Later, after getting a call from local law enforcement, conservation authorities went to Mill Park Pond in Newington.
The call was about injured Cooper's hawk, a medium sized prey bird.
The bird had become entangled in a fishing lure that was also entangled in a tree branch hanging over the pond.
To save the bird, an animal warden waded into the shallow water, cut the tree branch, and removed the lure from the bird's wing.
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