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    Fears cruel animal haters are hunting ibis after one was found with an arrow through its chest – and the bird was left to suffer for two weeks before it died

    • Ibis shot with an arrow suffered for two weeks with it pierced through the body
    • The arrow was pierced through the leg and abdomen and caused an infection
    • RSPCA found it tangled between two hockey nets last week and saved it
    • It was put down because the damage was so extensive it couldn’t be saved 
    • WARNING: Graphic content 

    An ibis shot with an arrow and left to suffer for two weeks has been euthanased, sparking fears other animals in Queensland are being hunted.

    The bird was shot by an arrow at Caboolture, north of Brisbane, two weeks ago and the RSPCA received calls about it for two weeks before it was caught last week.

    The arrow had pierced through the ibis’s leg and abdomen for at least two weeks, causing a large infection.

    An ibis shot with an arrow and left to suffer for two weeks has been euthanased, sparking fears other animals in Queensland are being hunted

    The bird was shot by an arrow at Caboolture, north of Brisbane, two weeks ago and the RSPCA received calls about it for two weeks before it was caught last week

    The bird was shot by an arrow at Caboolture, north of Brisbane, two weeks ago and the RSPCA received calls about it for two weeks before it was caught last week

    The damage was so severe the bird had to be euthanised.

    RSPCA Queensland spokesperson Michael Betty said they had received multiple calls about the ibis walking around with the arrow still inside.

    The bird was only rescued last week after it got caught between two hockey nets.

    ‘Our vets say the bird would have been in tremendous pain,’ Mr Beatty said.

    ‘The area was severely infected and the bird would have been living with this injury for up to two weeks.’

    A number of arrows were also discovered in the Caboolture area, and the RSPCA fears more ibis and other animals have been targeted.

    The arrow had pierced through the ibis's leg and abdomen for at least two weeks, causing a large infection

    The arrow had pierced through the ibis’s leg and abdomen for at least two weeks, causing a large infection

    The bird was only rescued last week after it got caught between two hockey nets

    The bird was only rescued last week after it got caught between two hockey nets

    The RSPCA has since put out a public call for information, asking anyone who knows anything to contact them immediately.

    ‘Inspectors have reason to believe this is not a lone incident with a number of arrows having been recovered in the greater Caboolture area,’ they wrote on Facebook. ‘

    It’s believed there may be more ibis and possibly other animals targeted.’

    RSPCA Queensland spokesperson Michael Betty said they had received multiple calls about the ibis walking around with the arrow still inside

    RSPCA Queensland spokesperson Michael Betty said they had received multiple calls about the ibis walking around with the arrow still inside

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