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A routine army patrol near the Syrian border came across yesterday an exhausted, injured, young eagle. The bird, which is a protected rare species, was near death and was taken to a nearby moshav for first aid. Immediately the eagle was transferred to the Ramat Gan Safari park which has other similar birds in its collection. It was decided that in order to save the bird's life it would be necessary, if possible, to give the eagle a blood transfusion. Sample blood was taken from four of the Safari's eagles and sent to the nearby Tel Hashomer Hospital for typing. Two of the eagles were found to have compatible blood types and became donors to save the life of injured bird. This is the first time that a raptor has received such a transfusion in Israel or possibly the world. Photo shows: Igael Horowicz a veterinary surgeon from the staff of the Safari park giving a blood transfusion to the injured eagle.

Title הגנה על נשרים.
Additional Titles Eagle Protection. [picture]
Creation Date 1992
Genre negative
Notes File Record
המידע אודות התצלום נמסר על ידי יוצר האוסף, מר דן הדני
Call number at Current Custodian הספרייה הלאומית, ארכיון דן הדני
IPPA-21921-000-12
Additional Place צולם בתאריך: 15 ביולי 1992
Format 1 photograph : color
35 mm..
Host Item ארכיון דן הדני.
Language No linguistic content
Call Number ARC.
Level of Description File Record
System Number 990040335360205171
Credits ארכיון דן הדני
Scope and content A routine army patrol near the Syrian border came across yesterday an exhausted, injured, young eagle. The bird, which is a protected rare species, was near death and was taken to a nearby moshav for first aid. Immediately the eagle was transferred to the Ramat Gan Safari park which has other similar birds in its collection. It was decided that in order to save the bird's life it would be necessary, if possible, to give the eagle a blood transfusion. Sample blood was taken from four of the Safari's eagles and sent to the nearby Tel Hashomer Hospital for typing. Two of the eagles were found to have compatible blood types and became donors to save the life of injured bird. This is the first time that a raptor has received such a transfusion in Israel or possibly the world. Photo shows: Igael Horowicz a veterinary surgeon from the staff of the Safari park giving a blood transfusion to the injured eagle.
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