The Sceptic Tank was more than a little puzzled when this picture dropped into our inbox. It seemed to suggest giraffes are now being hired to build wind turbines. Sure, they're tall, but are they really up to the job?
It all got slightly more confusing when we saw that a lemur had been recruited to the project too. What on earth could he bring to the table? Crackers?
But lo and behold, after putting in a few calls, we discovered that two rather nifty wind turbines have been installed by Triodos Bank at Africa Alive! wildlife park in Kessingland, near Lowestoft.
The Sceptic Tank can't help but applaud our furry friends and only hopes that they can teach the Common Nimby a thing or two.
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