Yang beda jangan disama2kan, yang sama jangan dibeda2kan. Karena Tuhan menciptakan kita semua berbeda satu dengan yang lain untuk saling melengkapi dan menjadikan kehidupan ini jadi indah dan bewarna. 🖤🖤🖤 #MBtraveljournal
Sitting on my hand, about to eat his berry is the Hornbill at the Jurong Bird Park. I know that there’s always so much talk about whether or not such places should exist, but imo having a sanctuary where so many different species of animals are rescued and given good - actually GREAT - lives is such an amazing thing! They’re well looked after, not kept in cages, given a home that’s so close to what they would be in naturally too. What’s more? Their life expectancies are longer than usual because their food and shelter are so well provided for. I think it’s beautiful that so many of them have been saved and given another chance to live ♥️
My Cinderella dreams are made out of talking to birds more than they are gowns and a Prince Charming 🤷🏽♀️😂 Home to Lories and Lorikeets 😍 Favourite exhibition at Jurong Bird Park, this one ☝🏽I walked out with both my eyes and completely poop free people whut!
Catch a glimpse of the shoebill bird in the flesh, or should we say feathers.
The rare bird made its return to Jurong Bird Park after an 11-year-old male and a 17-year-old female were flown in from Qatar last month. The last specimen at the park died in 2015.
Bird fact: There are currently only 5,000 to 8,000 shoebills left in the wild.
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