This biggest herd of horses adopt a lost and helpless penguin into their group and gives one big heart

The penguin became separated from its group and ended up alone on the icy ground of the Falkland Islands.

According to the Daily Mail, only these horses decided to intervene and assist the disoriented bird in a heartwarming scene involving the most unlikely of friendships.

This biggest herd of horses adopt a lost and helpless penguin into their group and gives one big heart

Sarah Crofts, a wildlife photographer and member of the Falkland Conservation group, captured the moments.

The cute photos were taken at the Cape Pembrokeshire Nature Reserve.

And I can’t think of anything more touching than the horses’ noses brushing up against the bird’s beak.

“At first, the herd approached the penguin slowly and with their heads low, allowing them to examine him at eye level.”

This biggest herd of horses adopt a lost and helpless penguin into their group and gives one big heart

“But it didn’t take long for the horses to gain confidence, and soon they were nosed to beak; it was a lovely moment,” she added.

The horses had the impression that the penguin was alone and scared.

As a result, they’ve done everything they can to protect him and make him feel at ease.

Even if it appeared to be more of a game at first, the horses eventually keep their gaze fixed on the bird, just as parents do with their children.

This biggest herd of horses adopt a lost and helpless penguin into their group and gives one big heart

“The horses were genuinely interested in the penguin, and it seemed to turn into a game for them, where they’d check him out one by one and then flee.”

“After a while, it was as if the horses didn’t want to let go of the penguins,” Sarah observed.

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