There are a few countries in the World where people still realize how important it is to cohabit with animals. Thus, thousands of species are nearly extinct. In those remote places people care about the nature and its inhabitants and when a defenseless animal needs help, people are well aware that they must assist them. Another example is the rescue operation of a baby giraffe that was rescued by the locals in Africa.
A young giraffe became imprisoned in the midst of a river for unspecified reasons. The flowing river is also full of alligators as if the poor baby’s fight against the rip currents wasn’t challenging enough already. The animal’s destiny seemed to be set. Nevertheless, the help came when it was least expected.
Locals heard the frightened giraffe and hurried to assist her. Because of the bravery and kindness of these gentlemen, the animal was preserved.
It was a fantastic rescue operation. That was a brave and passionate display of our nature, a priceless part of our legacy.
Lately, certain giraffe type have been classified as almost extinct. They include the Masai giraffe. They are a type that lives in Kenya, and over the past 30 years, fewer of them have been seen.