In the video, a red deer can be seen stuck in the frozen Barguzin River near Ulan-Ude in eastern Siberia, Russia.
Four people had to join forces to cut the path of a deer and drag it out of the river in an effort that lasted more than four hours. When the deer was removed from the water, it was completely cool, so they quickly began to warm it up. First his fur was rubbed, then they warmed him with a fire.
Because the fire didn’t help it, they led the deer to a hot garage where they fed it lard and vodka to warm it up inside.
Finally, after recovering enough to move around freely, the locals released the deer, which returned to the forest. For their work, this large animal will surely be grateful to you!