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The Russian zoo sent two peacocks to the war in Ukraine – media

Photo: Social networks of Lipetsk Zoo

Russian invaders “in a difficult battle situation” should be “inspired by the beauty of birds,” zoo workers believe.

The zoo of the city of Lipetsk (Russia) sent two peacocks to the war in Ukraine as “humanitarian aid,” reports the Echo radio station website with a reference to the zoo’s official page on the social network Vkontakte (banned in Ukraine ).

“Judging by the message on the institution’s VKontakte page, the application came from the fighters themselves, who “in difficult combat situations are inspired by the beauty of birds.” 252nd motorized rifle regiment,” the message said.

The zoo also posted a video of thanks from the military. The latter, in turn, said that an aviary for birds is being built on the territory of the camp.

We remind you that it was previously reported that in the Tambov region of the Russian Federation, gypsies stole the latest Orlan-10 drone from the “second world army” and took it to be sold for scrap.

Russian kindergartens were forced to collect humanitarian aid for the occupiers

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Source: korrespondent

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