Canindia News

Oz bushfires: Baby Koalas’ new mom win Twitter hearts

New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANS) A video of a vixen feeding baby Koalas in Australia has gone viral on the social media. Twitter is in love with the beautiful video and are calling it “humanity”.

It all started after a Twitter user Adarsh Hegde @adarshhgd shared the video with the caption: “A Fox allows itself to feed Koala Babies in Australia. In #AustraliaBushfires babies have lost their mothers & many mother animals have lost their little ones. This is a fine example of Humanity (sic.).”

The 30-second video shows a vixen standing calmly in the wild, while a group of baby Koalas taking feed from the lactating mother.

Twitter is in awe of the video and the social media is flooded with their reactions.

A user @DhirRahat wrote: “Let’s call it ‘Animality’ … Humanity has lost its meaning now a days.

“Another Amit Porwal wrote: “Seems animal kingdom is getting more sensible as human race get inclined towards stupidity !!!”

“Funny how animals can get along better than humans…” read one post, on which Sushma Shaw remarked: “They know better how to help each other in need rather than us human.”

–IANS

saurav/in

YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN

Dua Lipa set to bring virtual ‘Studio 2054’ gig to India

CIEDITOR-TWINKLE

#Justice4Nikita trends as Bollywood comes together for ‘Love Jihad’ victim Nikita Tomar

CIEDITOR-TWINKLE

Kapil Dev: India cricket legend stable after heart surgery

CIEDITOR

Indian composer Atif Afzal set to make music for BBC project

CIEDITOR-TWINKLE

Eros Now issues apology for Navratri posters as #BoycottErosNow trends on Twitter

CIEDITOR-TWINKLE

Punjab to resume normal OPD services from Oct 19

Crops on 67,864 hectares of land damaged due to rains in Andhra

India’s merchandise exports rise by 6% in September

Aamir Khan on Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb: Wish it was releasing in theatres

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

Stay up to date with the latest news and exclusive offers directly in your inbox