PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — An opossum at Humane Animal Rescue has made a miraculous recovery.

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On Thursday, the organization said an opossum was brought to its Wildlife Rehabilitation Center after being hit by a car in November.

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The animal’s eye was too damaged to be saved, so Humane Animal Rescue veterinarians had to remove it in an attempt to save his life.

After a few months of care and observation, the opossum was released back into the wild.

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