WildCare rescues two baby opossums from Marin County

baby opossum being fed by a human
Two baby opossums are growing up strong thanks to the care at a San Rafael wildlife rehabilitation center.

The brother and sister were found on the side of the road in Marin County.

Their mother had been hit and killed by a car and the two babies were found alive and well in their mother's pouch.

The 3-month-old little critters are now being cared for at WildCare, a rehabilitation center in San Rafael.

They will be fostered at the facility for a few more weeks before graduating to an outdoor facility.
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