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Justin Royal was boating out on the lake when he saw something unusual in the water. It was a baby deer that seemed very weak and close to drowning. He rescued it from the water, nursed it back to health, and before long it was running back into the woods where it belongs.

Next, Sandy and Lee were driving when they noticed a baby moose caught in some barbed wire fencing. They knew that helping it would be dangerous since mama moose was nearby. That didn't stop them from untangling the calf, though! Thanks to their help, soon the baby moose was free and reunited with its mother.

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