Yuvraj Singh Shares A Video Of Swan ‘cleaning’ Plastic Waste

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Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter to post a video of a swan cleaning tattered bits of plastics; he captioned the video as 'heartbreaking'

Written By Varsha Chavan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, on Saturday took to Twitter to post a video of a swan cleaning tattered bits of plastics with its bill. In his tweet, Yuvraj Singh said that the video is heartbreaking to see the bird suffer. He also requested the people to learn from the innocent bird and find a way to eliminate the use of Plastic. The video has now left many sad and worried.

Yuvraj Singh shared the video using the hashtags #StopOceanPlasticPollution and #ClimateChangeIsReal. See the video here:

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The netizens have also reacted to the video shared by Yuvraj. Since being shared, the video has gathered about 23,000 views. It has also collected over 4,500 likes and close to 900 retweets.

Monkey uses dried up leaves to save water

Earlier, an obedient monkey has recently compelled people around the world to think about a question, "Who is the real animal?" Save water, and don’t waste our resources, is a quote used quite often by people around us, but only a few follow it in their daily lives. A Twitter user, Niharika Singh Panjeta, recently shared a video on her Twitter handle in which a monkey can be seen drinking water from an open pipe and then tries tightly closing it with dried leaves kept nearby, soon after it quenches its thirst. A simple video with a great message, in the video the monkey can be seen acting responsibly and also reminded us of our own. 

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