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KABC reported that the valiant animal lover declined to be interviewed at the scene.
It's unclear where he ended up taking the tiny wildfire survivor.
The warning comes after a video showing a Good Samaritan stopping his car along Highway 1 to rescue a rabbit from a fire has gone viral.
A news photographer for KABC who happened to be in Ventura County on Wednesday, covering the Thomas Fire, captured the moment the unnamed driver risked his life to save the furry critter from the flames.
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The man pulled over in Ventura County to rescue the critter on Wednesday Experts warn that wildlife spotted near a fire should be left alone, especially desert cottontail rabbits like the ones known to live in southern California.
The rabbits are still giving birth to litters around this time of year and keep them safe underground in their burrows Very few animals die in wildfires as most go underground to protect themselves, according to the US Forest Service.
The warning comes after a video showing a Good Samaritan stopping his car along Highway 1 to rescue a rabbit from a fire has gone viral (above)In the short video documenting the man's act of courage and compassion, the motorist - a young man wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and a pair of athletic shorts - appears increasingly anxious for the rabbit's safety.
He jumps up and down a couple of times, as if mimicking the critter's own motions, and desperately tries to capture it.
The California motorist who pulled over to rescue a rabbit from a monster wildfire may have actually made things worse for the animal.