Badgering for a experience: Child badger has fortunate escape after falling off a cliff and into the ocean earlier than being saved by a kayaker who rows it ashore
- Child badger has been rescued after falling into the ocean off the coast of Cornwall
- Kayaker Tom Wildblood noticed the creature fall into the ocean close to St Agnes
- It was dropped at shore, checked over by vets and given a clear invoice of well being
Charlie Bayliss For Mailonline
A child badger was fortunate to flee with its life after being rescued from the ocean.
The wild animal was noticed by kayaker Tom Wildblood, who was main a bunch close to St Agnes, off the north Cornwall coast.
Mr Wildblood scooped the lovable creature into his kayak and introduced it ashore – saving it from a close to sure dying.
Kayaker Tom Wildblood discovered the infant badger struggling within the sea in north Cornwall
The cub was dropped at shore within the kayak and checked over by vets
The fortunate badger was safely dropped at shore by Mr Wildblood, who mentioned he was ‘very completely happy’ the animal is doing properly
The cub has been checked out by vets who’ve given it a clear invoice of well being.
Mr Wildblood mentioned he discovered the animal on a ledge beneath cliffs.
He mentioned he thought the younger cub had fallen from a cliff above and managed to cling onto a cliff earlier than he noticed it fall into the water.
The animal was picked up by the scruff of the neck and positioned within the kayak in entrance of him.
Mr Wildblood mentioned: ‘We needed to paddle again for 20 minutes, half an hour.
‘Once we arrived on the seaside it appeared to completely happy to be not within the water.
‘It was outstanding, the response from folks on seaside – all these smartphones all of a sudden appeared.
‘I am simply very completely happy the badger is alive and doing properly.’
Mr Wildblood needed to paddle again to shore for round 20 minutes in order that animal may very well be checked over by vets
Tom Wildblood (pictured) mentioned when he and the badger arrived again on the seaside, it ‘appeared to completely happy to be not within the water’
The incident passed off in St Agnes, Cornwall. The animal was discovered close to 200 ft cliffs when it was rescued