Tango and Tampo Cygnets
Meet Tango and Tampo These two young cygnets were admitted to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital as orphans. Tango and Tampo’s parents decided they wanted more cygnets so they were trying to scare these two away to start all over again. These cygnets still can’t fly and once swans decide they want their young to leave they sometimes attack and can even drown them! Luckily for these two they were rescued and are now going to spend the next two to three months in Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s Waterbird Rehabilitation facility until they are old enough to be released back into the wild. These two are not missing their harsh parents one bit, they are enjoying this safe environment to grow in along with the great food! Hopefully when they grow Tango and Tampo will be kinder to their own cygnets!
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