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A Bird Caught In A Plastic Ring Has Been Finally Rescued

  • Author:Megan
  • Source:China Daily
  • Release on:2018-06-15
An Indian wildlife official said on 13th that the bird is now rescued, which was stuck in a plastic ring and sparked a heated discussion among netizens.

This week, a photo uploaded by Bird-watching fan Manuki Nayar quickly became popular and got a lot of attention in India's Bird-lovers forum, in this photo, a black-necked stork's beak was caught in a plastic ring. This photo was filmed by the Derry on the night of Thursday in the city of Gurgaon, near the capital city of Delhi.

Bird lovers and wildlife officials then struggled to find the injured black-necked stork and finally found it on 13th and sent it to the nearest rescue station for treatment. Fortunately, the Black-necked stork was no hindrance to the lack of water and the inability to eat at least seven days, the Assyrian said.

The wetland where the 5-inch male Black-necked stork is an important habitat for birds, fish and other wildlife, but according to the Indian government, it is not officially protected. Other bird lovers say that while the wetland has attracted hundreds of migratory birds, such as storks, flamingos and herons, they are being discarded at random by nearby bottle manufacturing factory.

Sounier Tanvo, a wildlife inspector in Haryana, said, "The stork is particularly clever." It's easy to remove a plastic ring from its mouth because it's exhausted when it's caught. Ambulance crews and staff at Sutan National Park think they should be put back in nature as soon as possible.

If plastic bottle users and bottle making plants don't throw away their trash at will, there will be no such cruel thing. As a plastic bottle making plant faced to global consumer, we have an obligation to be environmentally friendly.