Royal Navy helicopter cliff rescue for bullocks


Two bullocks have been rescued from a cliff in Cornwall by a Royal Navy helicopter.

The animals were stuck in a gully close to the cliff edge on the Roseland Peninsula.

A Sea King helicopter from RNAS Culdrose was used to rescue the Charolais Cross bullocks, who had been in the gully for at least two days.

The Royal Navy said the unusual operation was a useful training exercise.

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