Russian soldiers rescue a dog in the Arctic after it ran away from home and got lost in the sea of ice. The rescue operation was carried out by a drone (see above).
Ice breaker Alexander Sanikov was near the Arctic Gates terminal. She could have been injured by the movement of ships on the site, and the sailors immediately decided to rescue her.
To make matters worse, the dog had no way to return to shore alone, as the ice had already begun to rise and there were many cracks on its surface. If he stays there, she will die soon.
The crew extended what was called a ceremonial ladder for the animals to board the ship. Later, they found that the one-year-old Ika owners had been looking for her for a week.
We explored all the possibilities of how to get the animal out of the snow and put it on a ceremonial ladder to board a ship. Later, we used our communicators to contact the locals, found his owner, and a few hours later sent him back safely to the village, ”concluded Yevgeny Nagybin, Alexander Sanikov’s assistant captain.
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