British zoo is in the stomach with scolding parrots

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In the absence of visitors, the five red-tailed parrots had lit each other in their enclosure during their quarantine. The reaction of the zoo employees, who couldn’t hold back their laughter, only made matters worse. Soon the birds also started to laugh after scolding.

Regular pub with old men

It’s not uncommon for parrots to take over certain words, but with the five scolding animals put together, “it’s starting to look like an old man’s favorite bar where everyone curses and laughs,” Steve Nichols, manager of the zoo, told Lincolnshire Live. “As caretakers we always find it funny.”

When the zoo reopened its doors after the corona break, the cheeky parrots were put back on display to the public in hopes of blessing. But it did not take long for the visitors to the park to suffer.

Vulgariteiten

“After twenty minutes we were already told that someone had been called names,” says Nichols. “Then the next group of people got vulgarities around the ears. One young girl in particular was beaten.” It is not known what swear words the parrots used.

To avoid a repeat of the scenario, the coarse-beaked birds were placed in a separate cage, out of sight of visitors. After all, a group of children would come by at the weekend. Nichols: “Hopefully they will learn better language. We will release them later in separate enclosures. It’s less bad if one of them is swearing instead of a small group.”





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