Flamingos take refuge in the bathroom before the passage of hurricane 'Ian' |  Photo

A group of flamingos took refuge in a bathroom before the passage of hurricane ‘Ian’, which hit Florida, United States, with force.

In social networks, the photograph that shows the birds inside a toilet at Sunken Gardens botanic garden from Saint Petersburg.

It was the botanical garden itself that shared the beautiful image where the flamingos are observed safely.

Our animals are safe with staff on site to see them through the storm. The flamingos are having a hurricane party in the bathroom; eat, drink and dance. Stay safe out there!

Hurricane ‘Ian’ made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast on Wednesday as one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the continental United States, transforming balnearios in disaster areas with catastrophic floods and winds.

have been reported at least 25 dead in Florida.

About 10,000 people have not been located, said Kevin Guthrie, director of the state’s Division of Emergency Management, but many were likely in shelters or without power.

About 1.8 million Florida homes and businesses were still without power Friday, according to PowerOutage.us.


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