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Pictures of the strong relationship between the zoo manager and its residents

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 the daily lives of billions of people around the world. Indeed, many of us found ourselves locked in our homes with sometimes the only opportunity to go out to go shopping or to go to work.

Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram

In these unprecedented conditions, it is difficult to take your mind off things and find time to recharge your batteries. However, thanks to their professional activity, some are much more fortunate than others. This is the case of Chad Staples, the guardian (now director) of Mogo Wildlife Park, an animal park located on the Australian coast, east of the capital Canberra. And for good reason, if the place remained closed to the public for several months, it was able to take advantage of the residents throughout the most restrictive period linked to the spread of Covid-19. During these unique moments, he wanted to share photos on social networks so that as many people as possible can enjoy the animals in their homes and thus give a little happiness to everyone.

Unconditional love for animals

And the images do not only present their responsibilities and daily tasks, in reality, they especially allow us to get to know animals that we might not otherwise meet and to realize the incredible complicity they develop with the humans who care for them. Whether it is with giraffes, rhinos, lions, red pandas, koalas or even kangaroos, Chad lives a particularly touching love that is felt very well through the pictures. They have something to warm the heart in these difficult times.

Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram

“My career started as an occasional zookeeper, then full-time for 5 years, then moved to education at the zoo for 3 years, then to the conservation of species and the latter’s collections and now I am director of the zoo. ‘a zoo for 6 years and the second for about 12 months. Today I manage two collections, one is the largest collection of Australian animals in the world at a park called Featherdale in Sydney, and the second is a collection of endangered species from around the world about 4 hours south of Sydney called Mogo. There is no typical day when working with animals, my whole day, my week, my month, my year, my life is making sure they have everything they need ” explained Chad at our colleagues from Bored Panda.

It’s just beautiful, isn’t it?

Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram
Credit: zookeeper_chad / Instagram

Source: Bored Panda

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