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Good Samaritan Frees Adorable Skunk From Coke Can Hell

A good Samaritan in Canada risked a skunk’s stinky spray this week to free the critter’s head from a Coke can. Mike MacMillan spotted the black and white creature running frantically up and down a road near his Orillia, Ontario, home on Monday. In video posted online, he can be seen slowly approaching the skunk and speaking gently in a bid to calm down the seemingly terrified animal.
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