Brave people risked their lives to rescue a drowning baby giraffe

There are some areas on Earth where people still understand how to perfectly cohabit with such amazing creatures, despite the fact that many species are on the verge of extinction and the list of endangered species is greater than ever.

a unique connection built on regard, confidence, and care. And whenever a helpless animal is in need, humans are aware that they must intervene. Another example is the baby giraffe that was saved in Kenya from drowning.

A young giraffe from Kenya became caught in the middle of the Uaso Nyiro River for unidentified reasons. The flowing river is also teeming with crocodiles, as if the hapless creature’s struggle against the strong currents wasn’t difficult enough already.

The little one’s fate therefore appeared to be set. However, the assistance came from the least expected place.

Locals and wildlife rangers heard the frightened giraffe and hurried to help her. After a couple of hours, the animal was spared thanks to the bravery and goodness of these gentlemen.

Thankfully, one of these kind people posted some pictures of the rescue online, so people to show the appreciation.

“Marvelous rescue mission, congrats great friend of samburu wildlife Mr Baba Sue and team,” someone wrote. While another added: “Wow! What a show of courage and passion for wildlife – our precious heritage.”

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recently labeled three giraffe species endangered. They include the Masai giraffe.

They are a subspecies that wander the regions of Kenya and Tanzania, and in the last thirty years, their numbers have decreased to just 35,000 remaining in the wild.