See how CPR revived a drowned lizard

Sherry Chuang
By Sherry Chuang
August 10, 2017US News
See how CPR revived a drowned lizard

Amy Hooks posted a video to YouTube. From the video we can hear that the family gathered around the poor little thing to save him. They found it drowned in their pool.

Amy used her fingers to do chest compressions and her husband offered instructions by the side.

The lizard was not responsive. But she didn’t give up.

Suddenly, the lizard waved his hands and started to breathe.  He was then left in the sun to dry up and catch up his breath.

The conversation at the end of the video is pretty warm. Yeah, every creature is supposed to have a family. They either need to find their parents, or to act like parents to take care of the house chore.

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