People save the newborn giraffe from drowning
On Earth, there are still few places where people can live in harmony with such beautiful wildlife.
Despite the fact that many species are close to extinction and the list of endangered species is greater than ever.
A special bond is created by respect, trust, and caring. And people are aware that they must act if a helpless animal is in distress.
Another example is the young giraffe that was saved from drowning in Kenya.
Unknown circumstances led to a baby giraffe becoming trapped in the middle of Kenya’s Uaso Nyiro river.
Additionally, crocodiles live in this swift river, which presents another challenge for the defenseless animal in addition to the powerful currents.
The young person’s future appeared to be predetermined as a result. Nevertheless, help arrived from an unexpected place.
When the frightened giraffe was heard, several wildlife rangers and locals hurried to help her.
After a few hours, the animal was spared because of the courage of these kind people.
Fortunately, one of these kind individuals posted some pictures of the rescue on the internet, enabling others to show their appreciation.
Recent designation of endangered status by the International Union for Conservation of Nature applies to some giraffe species (IUCN).
One of these is the Masai giraffe.
They are a subspecies that roams the areas of Kenya and Tanzania, and in the last thirty years, their numbers have drastically decreased, with just 35,000 of them still existing in the wild.