2-year-old girl recorded on camera spending time with clan of hyenas
- A two-year-old girl developed a liking for hyenas after her parents bought her a cuddly toy hyena while she was a baby
- Kiki plays a lot with them and even goes to the extent of cuddling the wild animals
- Her dad is a wildlife filmmaker in Sango Wildlife Conservancy in Zimbabwe
A young girl has been captured on camera getting cosy with a clan of hyenas without fear.
The two-year-old has befriended a clan of hyenas and enjoys playing around with the family.
In the video shared on Facebook, the young girl identified as Kiki is seen holding a stick as she jokes around with the wild animals.
According to the video, the two-year-old developed a liking for the animals after her parents bought her a cuddly toy hyena while she was a baby.
The little angel treats the hyenas as her pets and they can be seen following her from behind as she walks with her father.
Kiki plays a lot with them and even goes to the extent of cuddling the wild animals.
The hyenas can be seen running away from her as she walks towards them with a small stick.
According to Daily Mail, her dad is a wildlife filmmaker in Sango Wildlife Conservancy in Zimbabwe.
The father identified as Kim is usually confident that they will not attack him because he does not feed them and only comes to him for love and affection.
In other news, it appears that monkeys also know how to enjoy their lives if the appropriate facilities to do so are provided for them.
Two monkeys in Thailand decided to take advantage of the coronavirus lockdown in the country and visited a hotel to relax with swimming.
In a video, the primates took advantage of the lack of tourists at the hotel located in Pattaya and had the facility to themselves.
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One of the workers of the institution captured the moment.
The coronavirus pandemic has caught the tourist business in Thailand, which has closed many hotels.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian dog trainer identified as Idowu Abiodun said dogs could be trained to detect those infected with the deadly coronavirus.
Idowu stated this during an interview with Legit TV, in which he said dogs could be trained to smell an odour peculiar to those infected with the disease.
He said: "If that odour can be stabilised, you understand, and for a dog to quantify his smell in odour - trust me, a dog can lead you to COVID-19 patients and carriers."
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