Hundreds of flamingo chicks have been rescued from a dried-out South African da…

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Hundreds of flamingo chicks have been rescued from a dried-out South African dam after their mother and father deserted them. Round 2,000 chicks have been airlifted to security from the Kamfers Dam on the finish of January, after a major drop within the dam’s water ranges. It was introduced on by drought circumstances within the northern Cape — South Africa has been combating water shortages lately. “These chicks arrived in a really dangerous situation since numerous them have been dehydrated, they have been tiny — a few of them have been simply popping out of their eggs — so we had somewhat little bit of an issue with infections,” an organisation serving to to take care of the birds stated. (?: Rodger Bosch/AFP/Getty Pictures)

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