Man saved huge condor's life and grateful bird gave an incredible 'thank you' to its savior

Rebelander Basilan
Oct 02, 2018
11:34 A.M.
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A man named Della Gaspera saved a condor's life, and the huge creature returned to thank him.

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Fortunately, there was somebody that captured the whole thing on video and posted it to Facebook. As individuals found the clip of the "condor cuddle," it rapidly became famous online.

Della, from Argentina, lives on a ranch and is extremely acquainted with animals and feathered creatures, as reported by We Love Animals.

At some point, when he was working the property, he saw a winged creature that was unmistakably injured. Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the video below.

Source: Facebook/FM DaLe! Venado Tuerto

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When he looked nearer, he realized it was a condor. The bird had somehow dropped out of his nest and harmed its leg.

Della didn't wait. He immediately furnished it with the proper care and sustenance.

What's more, he never stopped thinking that it would in the long run recuperate.

Source: Facebook/FM DaLe! Venado Tuerto

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Della knew the condor would recover it's strength and have the capacity to fly and be free once more.

Despite the fact that it's uncommon for a man and a bird to end up companions, that's exactly what occurred.

Della would have never thought in a million years that he would safeguard a condor one day. Or on the other hand that the bird would demonstrate a stunning way of expressing gratitude toward him for his assistance.

Source: Facebook/FM DaLe! Venado Tuerto

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The blessed man got the opportunity to be "kissed" and "snuggled" by this enormous condor.

Condor is the basic name for two types of New World vultures, each in a monotypic variety - the Andean condor and the California condor.

They are the biggest flying land birds in the Western Hemisphere.

Sexual development and rearing conduct don't show up in the condor until five or six years old.

They may live for five decades or more, and mate for life.

The world's oldest condor passed away at 100 in the Jardin d'Essai du Hamma in Algiers.

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