Dream Job Alert: You Could Get Paid to Look After Flamingos All Day

Who doesn’t love flamingos? With their lovely pink hue and graceful long legs, flamingos are some of the most beautiful birds on the planet. It’s no wonder that a brand-new resort in the Bahamas is set to receive a whole flock of them this spring — much to its human guests’ delight. And now, that resort is interested in hiring someone to look after these incoming flamingos. (Heck, we’d do that for free!)

The resort, called Baha Mar, is looking for a superstar “Chief Flamingo Officer” to take care of the gorgeous animals — in an even more gorgeous setting. Of course, it goes without saying that the Bahamas has some unbeatable views of the beach. But the flamingos’ new residence will up the ante even further; they’re going to live in a “Flamingo Mansion,” with both indoor and outdoor spaces to roam around and explore. Imagine getting the chance to see that every day after waking up in the morning! If you get this “CFO” position, you’ll also get a unique opportunity to teach resort guests all about the pretty-in-pink creatures.

It sounds like a dream come true to us! But if you want this dream to become your reality, you should know that a lot of experience is needed for the role. You need a zoology degree and at least five years of experience caring for and working with exotic birds in order to be considered.

If you have what it takes, visit Baha Mar’s website to apply today. But you better hurry; the applications are only open until February 28.

Next, learn how looking at pretty nature photos can help improve your body image in the video below:

h/t Delish

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