MADRID (Reuters) – Rivers of red flames sprang up on the Spanish island of Lapama, leaving thousands stranded on the island after thousands of people were displaced.
Some animal protection agencies are trying to save the animals left behind on Lapama Island.
In the process, a scientist rescued stray birds from the island’s streets and moved them to safety.
Chickens abandoned on La Palma being rescued by scientist pic.twitter.com/Ns150KTFau
– Mary Sutton Greeley (uckLucky_finds) October 9, 2021
The owner of the chickens was forced to leave the house, but when he moved to a safe place, he could not take the pets with him, so the chickens began to roam the streets in search of food.
Spain: Volcanic Rage Could Not Cool, Horror Videos Revealed
It should be noted that the rage of the volcano that erupted in Spain two weeks ago has not cooled down yet, scary videos have also come to light.
ERUPTION: Timelapse footage shows rivers of lava pouring out of Spain’s La Palma volcano.
– ABC News (@ABC) October 8, 2021
Since the eruption on September 19, 6,000 people have been displaced, while millions of acres have been affected.
This makeshift shelter in La Palma, Spain, is housing hundreds of homeless pets after their owners were forced to flee the Cumbre Vieja volcano pic.twitter.com/ZbZTwMaG7n
– Reuters (eReuters) October 8, 2021
Rivers of lava flowed from the volcano, destroying more than 800 buildings. The island of La Pama, with a population of about 83,000, is one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean.