Staff at Drusillas Zoo in Alfriston, England play songs with classical tunes such as Barry White’s “Walrus of Love” in the Chilean flamingos habitat to stimulate their mating behavior. Their efforts have been paid off by the birth of a flamingo, Metro reported.”The birth of the baby flamingos is great news for us,” said Sue Woodgate, manager of the Drusillas zoo.
The number of Chilean flamingos in the wild is decreasing over time due to water pollution, the shrinking area of wetlands and human activity near their breeding sites. Therefore, raising flamingos in protected areas and zoos is one of the effective ways to protect them. Drusillas Zoo has been working on ways to increase the number of flamingos since 2009, after noticing they did not seem interested in mating. But only here they have the opportunity to enjoy the first results….
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