An old video of a man saving a bird’s life has resurfaced on the Internet. The man in the video found a Kookaburra bird struggling to breathe after it hit the glass wall and fell into the pool.
The video was recorded in 2017 and once again went viral on social media. In the viral video, the man can be seen performing CPR on the bird’s feathered chest and tried to revive the bird.
The man tried his best to save the life of the kingfisher who was pulled out of the pool. The bird remained motionless when the man was giving CPR. The man’s son got worried as his father’s efforts were useless as the bird is not responding to the treatment. However, the man kept on trying to save the bird.
After a few seconds, he found the idea of using an air compressor. He then put the nozzle in the bird’s beak and finally, the kookaburra opened its wings and got ready to fly.
Due to the efforts of the man, the bird’s life got saved. In a beautiful ending to the story, the bird became fried with the man who saved her life. Reportedly, the bird visited his yard every day.
The man named the kookaburra George.
The video was originally posted by The Epoch Times and now it has been shared by an IFS Officer Sandeep Tripathi on his Twitter account.
Touching story of humane love to bring back life of a Kookaburra bird..— Sandeep Tripathi, IFS (@sandeepifs) June 8, 2021
The bird in gratitude becomes his friend"George"
Such a beautiful saga of love n care.@moefcc @ForestDeptt @pccfodisha @susantananda3 @ParveenKaswan pic.twitter.com/MoZio85qyJ
“Touching story of humane love to bring back the life of a Kookaburra bird.. The bird in gratitude becomes his friend ‘George’ Such a beautiful saga of love n care (sic),” Tripathi wrote in the caption.
Netizens hailed the man for his kindness towards the bird. Internet has been filled with various comments.
Check out how Twitterati reacted:
So so touching...thanks a ton saved precious life of mother nature— Ajay Kumar Sharma (@ajaykrsharma038) June 9, 2021
Good presence of mind 👏— Prashant Panchal (@Prashan93615697) June 8, 2021
That's great to hear.... Just as if we are replicating the above story all over again👍🏻— Sandeep Tripathi, IFS (@sandeepifs) June 8, 2021
Am salute this Man 🙏🙏🙏🙏— Vikas parashar (@vpshop2) June 8, 2021
A heart touching story indeed. The bird's got a new life, thanks to his friend— Shrabani Banerjee (@bani23b) June 8, 2021
This is really humane ...— Neeraj Kumar (@guddunk) June 8, 2021
Meanwhile, the video has been viewed over 23k times and received 1,817 likes and over 300 retweets on the micro-blogging site.