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Serfor denies the death of the fox ‘Run Run’: ensures that it is attended by specialized personnel

Lima, December 28, 2021Updated on 12/28/2021 08:43 am

The National Forest and Wildlife Service (Serfor) denied the alleged death of ‘Run Run’, the Andean fox that was captured after living with domestic animals in the Comas district. The entity reported that it is attended by personnel specialized in wildlife to ensure its speedy recovery.

Through his Twitter account, Serfor published: “Given the versions issued on the alleged death of Run run, @SerforPeru denies this information. To date, the Andean fox he is being cared for by personnel specialized in wildlife to ensure his speedy recovery “.

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Serfor urged the population and opinion leaders to verify the information before disseminating it to avoid falling into fake newsfake news).

On November 3, the case of ‘Run Run’ when residents of the Sol Naciente human settlement, in the Comas district, requested through the media the intervention of the authorities to find the Andean fox that he had escaped from the house of Maribel Sotelo, who bought it thinking it was a dog.

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It was on November 9 that a Serfor team managed to capture to wild animal and moved it to Legends Park, where he was in isolation and observation until he was taken to another place to be treated with more care.

Subsequently, on November 27, Serfor confirmed the departure of the Andean fox ‘Run Run’ from Parque de Las Leyendas, to be taken to another place where he will continue to be quarantined. This is in parallel to the decision of the Third Constitutional Court, which admitted a claim for protection against the entity, where the decision to keep the animal in captivity is questioned.

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