This State Is Covering Reindeer Antlers in Reflective Paint to Prevent Car Accidents

Driving at night in an area where wild animals pass through can be very menacing. Sometimes drivers don’t notice them and that can cause fatal accidents. Especially at night where everything is dark and rarely lights are put on the highway. However, Finland has come with a solution. Since many reindeer die almost 4,000 per year, thus causing more than $18 million in damages there. So it was the right time to find a way to save the poor reindeers.

The solution is very simple yet seems to be working out. By spraying the animals with reflective paint so any type of driver can spot them in the dark. While their horns and their fur glow like starlights.

The spray first has been tested on fur but because they wanted 360degree visibility they also added the glowing spray on the reindeer’s antlers too. The association pointed out in one of their interviews that this solution has aroused interest worldwide making it one of the best campaigns abroad. They said, “There are some problems with the durability and utility, but the product development continues.”

Nonetheless, there might be issues but certainly, this is one of the best ideas in this department so far. Now scroll down to see how they implemented the idea. And to see some cute pics of reindeers roaming around at night with their glowing antlers above their head.

More info check:  Reindeer Herder’s Association

1.They spray the animals with reflective paint so any type of driver can spot them in the dark.

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Same Crocodile, Same Place 15 Years Apart- Steve Irwin’s Son Recreates His Father’s Most Iconic Photo

We are living in a world that nothing is guaranteed forever. due to extreme pollution and global warming and harmful thing happening the earth is becoming a big mess. Not only for humans but also for animals. They have been massively going on extinct and unprotected by human harm and evilness.

Nonetheless, the rates of extinction that are currently taking place are actually comparable to the rates that took place when dinosaurs were wiped off of the face of the planet.

However, there is still a ray of hope when it comes to people who actually care about other beings except themselves.

I bet Everyone knows the late, great Steve Irwin. He left behind an incredible legacy. He was a crocodile hunter with a heart of gold. Now, his loved ones are doing their best to carry on the tradition. His children Robert and Bindi have continued their conservation efforts. Irwin’s wife Terri is also heavily involved.

1. Steve Irwin was a crocodile hunter and an activist for wild animal rights.

The Irwin family at the Australia Zoo in June 2006: (L-R) Robert, Terri, Steve, and Bindi
Photo: Australia Zoo via Getty Images

When we remember steve we see that all he ever wanted was that all the animals in the Australian Zoo where he used to work to be treated with the utmost respect. If these animals are not given the chance to hunt down moving prey, they are more likely to become extinct. That’s why the efforts of trained handlers are important. Without their assistance, the crocodiles are unable to feed in the proper manner.

His son Murray made a recreation photo like his father did but 15 years after a very iconic photo of his father feeding the same crocodile. Now, Robert is the one who is responsible for his welfare. The Instagram post went viral and was liked by every animal lover out there. And Robert hopes he can shed light to everyone about animal rights welfare.

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