Dubai crown prince leaves luxury car for birds to build nest on it

Dubai crown prince leaves luxury car for birds to build nest on it

- The crown prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, stopped using his Mercedes-Benz G Wagon car to ensure the safety of two birds and their eggs

- In a video that has gone viral, the birds could be seen building their nest and hatching their eggs on the car

- Sheikh Mohammed's reason for his action was to ensure that the birds and the eggs were not disturbed

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The crown prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has shown the world that it costs nothing to be kind and compassionate to animals.

Sheik Mohammed stopped using his Mercedes-Benz G Wagon car because birds built a nest and hatched their eggs on it.

The crown prince stopped using the car so as to ensure that the birds and the eggs were not disturbed.

In a video that has gone viral on social media, two birds preparing to be parents could be seen building a nest on the car.

The video also showed the mother bird hatching its eggs and welcoming its chicks.

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Dubai crown prince leaves luxury car for birds to build nest on it

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Photo credit: The National
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Red tape was placed around the vehicle to ensure the safety of the birds and their eggs.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a video emerged of Dubai Crown Prince calling out his camels by name.

In the video posted by Sheikh Hamdan on his official Instagram page, the prince is seen calling two of his camels, Fares, and Emaar.

Only Fares answered at first and stuck his head into the window of the car, Sheikh Hamdan told the animal to get Emaar and the latter galloped to get her.

When Fares approached the car with Emaar, Sheikh Hamdan said: “Emaar come here, come here, come here."

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The eye-popping video was sighted by YEN on the twitter page of a lady identified as Yaa Melanin who was surprised by the incident and decided to share the footage.

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