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Parrots Get Removed From Public View At A Wildlife Park After Teaching Each Other How To Swear During Quarantine

Parrots Get Removed From Public View At A Wildlife Park After Teaching Each Other How To Swear During Quarantine 4

Parrots are fascinating because of their ability to speak and mimic voices. However, this can get them in trouble if they learn the wrong words! Five African grey parrots that were adopted by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park were removed from public view and separated after they started swearing at customers. Luckily, everyone saw the humor in the situation and nobody was offended.

The zoo adopted the parrots (Billy, Elsie, Eric, Jade, and Tyson) in mid-August. However, the newcomers began encouraging each other to swear and something had to be done before things got out of hand (or is that wing?).

Steve Nichols, the CEO of Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, told Bored Panda that the parrots are doing very well after being separated and fit in very quickly as highly social creatures. Read on for the rest of Nichols’ insights about the birds.

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Five parrots began swearing at customers, so they were separated and removed from public view. Luckily, nobody felt offended

Parrots Get Removed From Public View At A Wildlife Park After Teaching Each Other How To Swear During Quarantine

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