A sea lion was seen Tuesday in front of a house in the Monte Hermoso resort of Buenos Aires, where precautions have been taken to prevent a possible case of bird flu.
“Neighbors saw the specimen in front of a house on Vega Street, One and a half blocks from the beachso the place was attended by members of the commune’s zoonotic area and Senasa who had a seat in Colonel Dorrego,” said a municipal source.
“Given this situation and as a precautionary measure, city inspectors have initiated the closure of the surrounding streets to allow police to do their work. Zoonotic area veterinarians and Senasa staff’, they added.
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As noted, “they analyzed the state of the animal and began to take samples before putting it in a cage and releasing it back into the sea.”
Officials also traveled to the department Sauce Grand Spa Check out all the wolves on the beach.
the city government recommended it to neighbors Do not take pets to the beach if you see Reports of sick or dead wolves or birds Go to the Science Museum of Vicente Dimartino or the Department of Bromatology.