Maui, Hawaii, trucking company workers smelled a live skunk stowed away in a container of ceramic tiles, and called state officials who caught the animal, euthanized it and will test it for rabies to keep the state free of the invasive species.
Maui, Hawaii, trucking company workers smelled a live skunk stowed away in a container of ceramic tiles, and called state officials who caught the animal, euthanized it and will test it for rabies to keep the state free of the invasive species. Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Maui, Hawaii, trucking company workers smelled a live skunk stowed away in a container of ceramic tiles, and called state officials who caught the animal, euthanized it and will test it for rabies to keep the state free of the invasive species. Hawaii Department of Agriculture

Hawaii kills stowaway skunk to keep state free of invasive species and rabies, officials say

September 06, 2018 06:57 PM