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Man Sees a Baby Fawn Who Seems In Danger And Comes To The Rescue!

A group of friends had been enjoying a drive through the nearby woods when something in the middle of the road caught their eye, causing them to stop the car completely. The group saw a seemingly weak baby fawn lying in the middle of the road, unaware of the grave danger he was in. The baby fawn appeared to be “hiding,” curled up on its own. It looked like the baby was really in an alarming situation.

Upon seeing the state it was in Steve Knopp, one of the men who saw the baby fawn and the one who uploaded the video carefully approached the baby. It didn’t show any movement even when Knopp went closer and crouched down in front of it.

The next part touched the viewers of the video, as Knopp bent down and slowly scooped up the baby fawn like it was a newborn baby. He slowly went to the area near the woods before letting it go.

But the next part was more heart-racing than that! The baby fawn suddenly stood on it’s own and ran towards the woods. This also caused Knopp and his friends to cheer in joy.

Knowing that a grave accident could have happened to the baby if Knopp and his friends didn’t step in, viewers praised them for their act. However, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife noted that under other circumstances, where a baby fawn is seen but is not in any danger, the baby must be left alone. Their official statement stated that:act. However, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife noted that under other circumstances, where a baby fawn is seen but is not in any danger, the baby must be left alone. Their official statement stated that:

“The advice to anyone encountering a fawn lying quietly alone in the woods is to leave it alone. Mother will be nearby and will be taking care of it once you move away. If you have handled the fawn, rub an old towel in the grass and wipe the fawn to remove human scent. Using gloves, return the fawn to where it was found. Fawns can often be returned to their mothers if taken back to where they were found within eight hours. If a fawn appears cold, weak, thin, or injured, and its mother does not return in approximately eight hours, it may be orphaned. In such a case, you can call a local rehabilitator (look under ‘Animal’ or ‘Wildlife’ in your phone directory).”Fawns can often be returned to their mothers if taken back to where they were found within eight hours. If a fawn appears cold, weak, thin, or injured, and its mother does not return in approximately eight hours, it may be orphaned. In such a case, you can call a local rehabilitator (look under ‘Animal’ or ‘Wildlife’ in your phone directory).”

As expected, it was also discovered that the mother of the baby fawn in the video was also lurking nearby.

Watch the touching video of the man who saves the baby fawn below!

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