A mushroom-shaped ice floe with an animal on it was accidently discovered by fisherman in a fishing boat. The traveler was initially mistaken for a seal by the crew because seals are typically seen on ice floes that are moving. But as they got closer, they discovered that there was no waterfowl at all.
A pretty uncommon species, an arctic fox, was discovered on the ice. She was given a drink, a warm room, and a comfortable bed right away.
Most likely on the hunt for prey, the fox strayed too far. The ice floe eventually left the mainland and headed out into the ocean. For such an animal, this is an extremely perilous position. The fox might not have survived if people hadn’t gone to its aid.
Lisa was adorable. She doesn’t even have a strong fear of people or where she ended up. And what—warm, gratifying, serene, feeding others. She even poses for the camera!
After being fed meatballs and sausages, the fox was let out on the ground. In actuality, the crew’s actions saved her life. She would not have lived in the freezing water if somebody hadn’t encountered her, which is an unfortunate outcome.
It makes no sense to leave the polar fox with people as it is already an adult. It won’t be relaxing, it will be unpleasant, and it may even be harmful to humans. If the fishermen came upon a little fox that was stranded on an ice floe, the animal might join the group. And this beast, who was let go on the coast, acted morally.