Well done, brave people, lucky Giraffe…, writes lexnau
We’ve all heard stories about dogs and dolphins saving people, but there are also numerous stories about people saving animals. Everything in the world would be a better place if it was built on love and gratitude.
In Kenya, a baby giraffe was lucky to be saved from dr.ow.ning. It was previously stu.ck in the middle of Kenya’s Uaso Nyiro River.
Its chances of sur.vi.val are tiny because not only is the riv.er fast-flowing, but also teeming with [crocodiles]. As a result, it almost predicted its (de.mise) and gradually became de.sperate.
Thankfully, a group of wildlife rangers and locals heard the ter.rif.ied giraffe and rushed to its aid. The animal was saved after a few hours thanks to the bravery of these men.
The baby giraffe narrowly escaped [de.ath] and is relieved to be back in its beloved forest!
Thank you for your bravery!
When a kind man shared pictures of the rescue online, many people hailed them as heroes of the new era, and their actions helped spread a lot of messages.
With countless species on the verge of ext.inction and the list of [end.ange.red] animals growing longer than ever, people recognize the importance of assisting animals in di.stress.
Several giraffe species, including the Masai giraffe, have recently been declared en.dang.ered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). They are a subspecies that live in Kenya and Tanzania, and their numbers in the wild have dwindled to just 35,000 in the last three decades. When compared to the human population, the disparity is startling.
The more people there are, the less wildlife there is. Why can’t all species coexist peacefully?
God bless these heroes and the giraffe baby!
Watch the rescue in the video below: