Oct. 5, 2011 at 2:18 PM ET
Chilean rescue workers pulled a bull out of a hole in the outskirts of Santiago after the animal had spent two days uncomfortably wedged into a tight space. Witnesses said the bull tumbled into the underground water system after a manhole cover had been left off.
Rescue workers and a veterinarian joined Javier Pinto, the animal's owner, at the site to scheme on how to remove it.
The bull -- named 'Frutilla' or 'Strawberry' -- is two years old, looked upset about the incident, but suffered minor cuts and scrapes on his back and is expected to recover completely.