- Orphaned kangaroos were rescued by a couple during the Australian bushfire
- The couple identified as Gary and Julie Willis came to the rescue of the animals after many animals were killed by the bushfire
- About 60 other animals are also living in the couple's home
A couple identified as Gary and Julie Willis have shown to the world that animals should never be neglected in times of trouble.
The couple melted hearts as they cohabited with kangaroos amid Australian bushfire, India Times reports.
Legit.ng gathers that since September 2019, Australia's bushfire has killed 33 people and an estimated 1 billion native animals.
The couple opened their home for about 60 other animals, whose habitat were destroyed by a raging fire near their home in Veltaliba, a small community in New South Wales.
In other news, a woman identified as Rajani Shetty has re-established the fact that there are people around the world who will risk their lives to save animals.
Shetty, who is from Mangalore, India, risked her life and climbed down a 30ft deep well to rescue a stray dog that fell inside the well.
The dog fell into the well after a fight with other street dogs and spent the night there.
Meanwhile, a video has emerged of Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum calling out his camels by name.
In the video posted by Sheikh Hamdan on his official Instagram page, the prince is seen calling two of his camels, Fares and Emaar.
Only Fares answered at first and stuck his head into the window of the car, Sheikh Hamdan told the animal to get Emaar and the latter galloped to get her.
When Fares approached the car with Emaar, Sheikh Hamdan said: “Emaar come here, come here, come here."
While both camels were at the window, the crown prince fed them with snacks, after which the animals kissed his face and chin and departed.
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