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Far From Finished (@dom_petty_) Instagram Profile Photo dom_petty_

Far From Finished

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Murray’s superior pomade. The androids choice for hair style and part lubricant. #wires

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Rob Spampinato & Samantha Mera

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When in Rome

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Alexis Calhoun💋

image by Alexis Calhoun💋 (@alca) with caption : "My very first environmental splice!! 😍 ...I'm a nerd during working hours (and sometimes it carries off duty) lol 🙃😝 #no" - 1696064942958346287
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My very first environmental splice!! 😍 ...I'm a nerd during working hours (and sometimes it carries off duty) lol 🙃😝 #wires

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This rescue from last weekend was a netting entanglement so bad that the homeowners didn’t at first realise there were 2 bats in there. I showed up with just 1 cage, but it was 2 adult male bats, so I couldn’t put them in the same small enclosure when they were both stressed and in pain. Fortunately, WIRES rescuer Jessi — @_dinodork — had just finished another netting rescue nearby and brought me another cage, and then after cutting off the netting (swipe for pics of a surprisingly calm bat in my lap getting the netting cut off) and after @saiph123 removed the remaining netting from the fig tree so no bats would get caught there in the future, Jessi and I helped each other stabilise the bats with subcutaneous fluids, glucose, and ointment rubbed into their wings to get the blood circulating and help with the bruising. It’s a lot easier to do this with 4 hands than 2: one person can restrain the bat to keep from being bitten while the other administers the injections, glucose, and ointment. (Swipe to see Jessi holding one of the bats after we gave him fluids and before we put him back in the cage to rest after his ordeal — it’s not very usual in my experience for a male bat to be so calm right after rescue, but Jessi has great handling skills that makes the bats feel secure.) Fortunately we got these bats first thing in the morning and it was a cool day so they weren’t half dead (but they still have a long recovery process ahead because the constriction of limbs and wing membrane caused by netting entanglement usually results in quite serious injuries including tissue death that manifests over days/weeks). After we treated the boy bats, we had a look at the girl bat Jessi had rescued earlier that morning, and she was in really bad shape (last picture). In addition to really bad bruising, one of the bones in her wing is significantly bent but not, as far as we could tell, broken. It might be a deformity she had before the rescue, I don’t know. I wouldn’t have thought it possible for a bone to bend that much in a single entanglement incident. Are there any other bat rescuers out there who have seen anything similar? #wires