I blame Lewis Carroll for This is my human costume Im really a Flamingo shirt making me expect them to break into a game of croquet suddenly with those poor flamingos…Say what you want about America and the American foreign policy, I still think it’s a great nation and its people are caring and selfless. I’m grateful to these wonderful rescuers for making sure flamingos are safe. Everyone that is wondering about the glass windows – buildings in hurricane prone areas of Florida have storm shutters that are installed over the windows. Protecting Birds, in myanmaar peoples are slaughtered, alive peoples are thrown in to fire. Thousands has been killed. World must notice this cruelity. So how are they going to feed the animals? What if enclosures blow over and tigers, rhinos, elephants escape. Dolphins, penguins are in contaminated stale water as humans won’t be there to care for them or feed them. Then what! What a shame. I wish humans could leave all animals in their own habitat and we wouldn’t have to worry about this. A wild animal would know what to do in the wild. Sadly they don’t stand a chance. Those people concerned about the windows, they will likely put storm shutters on them after they’ve safely moved all the animals, don’t worry. Be thankful they’re doing their best to save each animal. Zoo Miami staff is the greatest… they have been working none stop for the safety of the animals… they know what their doing…instead of negativity… please offer prayers for the ones that are there giving the 100%! Good job Zoo Miami…Poor babies. Bet they’re freaking out being hoarded into one spot so they can get a hold of them. Glad they’re being taken care of. Hope the shelter holds up! I pray all the creatures will be safe in the concrete buildings . I hope that zoo will not be flooded as the water may rise …. may God protect these animals and to millions of people in the Florida areas and same goes for Georgia and the Carolinas areas . God Bless everyone and prayers are with you this time. 13 years and 700miles is quite a Long fly for freedom, now it might go back to captivity… poor flamingo. First, this bird is doing what it is mean to do, fly with freedom. I’m surprised it hasn’t been labelled as an illegal, given the state of affairs in the US..BBC.
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Allow the bird to exercise its right of freedom of movement. It has survived 13 yrs on its own. Fugitive?! That bird is MEANT to fly free AND 700 miles away from its cage. It’s where it OUGHT by right to be. Free. Could you imagine the look on the BBC journalist’s face who was just given orders to write about a flamingo who has been on the lam from a zoo for the past 13 years? This is a great story. I love how it’s written. The tales bird “492” could tell! Tanzania to Wichita to Texas and beyond….Why do we humans think we have the right to cage animals for spectator sport anyway? No fugitive flamingo. The bird has right to be free; let the bird alone. Some 13 years later, who knows what happened to your flamingo.
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