In this episode of Wildlife SOS it’s very good news for the injured slow worm which has recovered well from its surgery and ready to be released. It’s also time to …
i had an orthodontic device that forced my jaw to grow a bit faster because it was a bit short and slightly crookedif it hadnt been put in when i was young i would potentially have had invasive jaw surgery as an adult instead of a few years of showing people the weird thing in my mouthits odd to think of the cygnet getting a vaguely similar procedure done to correct whats in essence the same problemthe device was called a “herbst appliance” google at your own risk they images are a bit weird
The surgery-corrected cygnet may grow up and pass on defective genes to multiple cygnets that die from misshapen beaks.
"Oh, you remember me!"
Y'all just won't let me go to sleep! I love these videos so much! I'm so invested!
I’d worry about Lucy. She seems to get to attached and upset over cases from these videos. In my time in the veterinary field those types of people were the ones that were likely to hurt themselves.
My dog went to that specialist vets that you guys took the signet to because her spinal disc got twisted with her nerves- they were amazing and saved her!
Little slow worm just said 'thank you' 🙂
Canada geese really are horrible creatures. I love how ornery they are.
so many amazing people. Thank you so much for carinf for these animals!
is that bewbush gardens near crawley i love that place such a beautiful wildlife experience
My favorite part was the worm
I wonder how much the cygnet surgery was.
I wonder if the goose is alright?????? Did everything work????
7:52 "Thanks hooman"
Camouflaged overhead… Now that is a cool vet!
I bet we could fix crookedstars jaw with that
I know I’m only 11 but I would love to work at wildlife SOS
Once me and my friends were walking down the street near my house. We heard little chirping noises and we went to investigate. We saw a little bluebird on the ground. My friends were not going to touch it so i did. I went it and showed my mom. We took kare of it but the next day we found it dead. Me and my mom cried and gave it a little spot in my back garden. At night i hear little chirping noises. They are so faint and sounded so much like the little bluebird. I like to think the spirit of the bird roams my house. In a cute way. Not creepy
7:50 she (or he) winked at us!
N bb b mn.
Yes yes Signet survive
vet: 185 poundsSimon: cough
Omg come on baby swan u can do it please make it please
I have to agree: the slow worm DID smile at Lucy!
I would to work with you Simon because you save animals life
such a warming slow worm smile
I had to take my dog to that special animal vets and they definitely work miracles !
Camera on the fat guy. "After a very brief weight" 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
I saw 1 of there videos and immediately subscribed because they do amazing work and I am glad that some people in this world are kind enough to help
You are the kindest most animal loving people ever on earth. well done
I believe that what they are doing is the right thing, but if they allow animals that have genetic deformities, to continue to breed, it will be more likely, for newer generations, to also contain those deformities. That's if it wasn't the parents' fault that deformed the baby physically.
U have been through a lot of things
the worm all most looks like its smiling
I like how Simon was like "sure" when the guy was explaining the procedure to him😂
Wow it's amazing to see how dedicated they are to save the cygnet,, most people would have just put it to sleep, but you did everything they could for the cygnet. All you guys are amazing xx
Did you guys see the slow worm tilt it's head at the camera at the last moment? That was just adorable.
The slow worm is so cute
I had have a rabbit and a bunny in my backyard before and l justleft them alone then they ran away.
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