In 塑料 Plastic

一头17岁奈良鹿死后被解剖,其胃中出现重3.2公斤疑似被丢弃的塑料袋。

中新网报道,这头死去的鹿是在上月23日在奈良市被发现”站不起来”,爱护协会职员便前去将它带到安全地方修养。此鹿虽曾在23日喝水进食,但于当地时间24日早上死亡。

爱护会于27日对鹿进行了解剖,并在其胃中发现了重3.2公斤的异物。据悉,可认为是塑料袋缠绕在一起形成的块状物,疑似被丢弃的塑料袋。

爱护会职员、负责解剖的兽医丸子理惠表示”衰弱的鹿胃中曾进入过垃圾,但很少会有取出如此大量垃圾的情况。”

兽医表示,该鹿可能因高龄而年老衰弱,十分消瘦,毛的光泽度也很差。它也许是因为袋子堵在胃里,无法摄取足够的营养所致”。

A deer died in Nara in late March apparently from eating discarded plastic bags, according to the Nara Deer Preservation Foundation.

The group rushed to help save the doe on March 23, after receiving a call from a passer-by saying, “There’s a deer near Todaiji temple that cannot stand.”

Deer, believed to be divine messengers, are designated by the government as a natural treasure and roam freely near the temple.

The female, estimated to be 17 years old, measured about 79 centimeters long and weighed about 30 kilograms.

She was feeding and able to consume a little water on March 23 while under the foundation’s care, but died the next morning.

An autopsy on March 27 found a 3.2-kg mass of foreign materials in the first chamber of her stomach, apparently consisting of entangled plastic bags. Deer have a four-chambered stomach.

“Sometimes, garbage is found in the stomach of a weakened deer. However, it’s unusual to see such a large amount of it,” said Rie Maruko, 50, the veterinarian in charge of the autopsy.

“The deer was old, and it is possible she died of old age. But she was skinny and her fur was dull. Apparently, she couldn’t take in enough nutrition because her stomach was blocked by the plastic bags.”

The foundation is investigating the doe’s cause of death further and has asked a specialized institution to conduct a pathology examination of her internal organs.

Source: Asahi Shimbun / Zaobao

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