SEAGULL Carrying Discarded Face Mask Sparks Attention

SEAGULL Carrying Discarded Face Mask Sparks Attention

Photo: The Daily Sun

A disturbing photo of a seagull carrying a disposable face mask in its beak has sparked attention online.

According to The Daily Sun, it spawned concerns about responsible waste management amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nick, a 52-year-old resident of Weston-super-Mare, noticed the bird with a face mask on a beach while cycling.

“I just started to notice all these face masks discarded everywhere,” Nick said in an interview.

He explained that he clicked some pictures of the discarded face masks and suddenly, he saw the seagull.

Businessman Dhanraj Nathwani and Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda reposted the photo on Twitter.

Nathwani said people need to be careful while discarding the waste so that that COVID-19 does not spread further.

“The mask that masks the human face, Also shows our character as a species when it comes off,” said Nanda.

Meanwhile, an extraordinary bird found at a park turned out to as a regular seagull dyed with electric blue paint.

According to various reports, onlookers at a car park in Carlisle saw the bird they taught was tropical.

They immediately alerted England’s Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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