A caring act that shows how sensitive are peoples’ approach when it comes to take care of the ecosystem and all the species existing in it, Zoo keepers at Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park evolved a new and unique way to protect baby Flamingo’s feet from hot concrete surface.
Zoo keepers at Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park got specially handmade blue boots which will keep baby Flamingo’s feet protected from hot concrete surfaces while they walk on it.
The new blue booties has been designed with immense finish and looked adorable on Flamingo’s feet.
The baby ‘Greater Flamingo’ was found by Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park after he was abandoned as an egg.
Flamingos are a type of wading bird in the family Phoenicopteridae. There are four flamingo species in the Americas and two species in the Old World.
Earlier in February, more than 125,000 birds of 93 species have been spotted in Himachal Pradesh’s Pong Dam wetlands. Among them, greater flamingos, a common migratory species in India’s coastal areas, have been recorded for the first time, an official said.
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