A flock of rare Andean flamingos laid eggs for the first time since 2003 due to record high temperatures.Due to record high temperatures a flock of rare Andean flamingos laid eggs for the first time since 2003.
Representatives of the organization in the reserve of the British Gloucestershire announced that on Friday, six exotic birds for the first time in 15 years was postponed nine eggs, all of which, however, was barren.
It was at that time, the temperature in Europe started to reach record levels – and reminded the creature of hot, humid summers in their natural habitat.
Environmentalists said that replaced the Andean Flamingo eggs to egg their “close relatives”, the Chilean Flamingo and the mother and father birds could watch as the Chicks hatch, and then continue to nurture them.
According to WWF, mothers Flamingo was given a few of these eggs, “to encourage other birds to postpone more eggs, one of which can be fertilized”.