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Now that the waters forced and dumped into our state by the incredible force of Hurricane Ida are starting to to recede back into the Gulf of Mexico, we're starting to see more and more damage.   Along with the damage, however, have come several strange discoveries.  So far, the weirdest has got to be the tale of the tree-climbing bovine from St. Bernard Parish.

As Fox News reports

Luckily, there were plenty of volunteers to help free this cloven-footed captive.  Soon enough chainsaws were roaring, branches were falling, and this waterlogged cow was free once again!  Just to set your mind at ease, the creature was not only calm during the entire operation - she's now free to roam and graze once again.

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