Zoo Officials Remove Swearing PARROTS From U.K. Wildlife Park

Zoo Officials Remove Swearing PARROTS From U.K. Wildlife Park

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Authorities at a zoo in the United Kingdom had to put a group of parrots back into isolation.

The reason? They all started swearing at customers after coming out of quarantine.

According to tabloid newspaper The Daily Mirror, they put five African grey parrots into a room together upon adoption.

“Every now and then you’ll get one that swears and it’s always funny,” said Steve Nichols, CEO at the Friskney park.

Nichols noted, however, that the parrots quarantined together left a room “full of swearing birds.”

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Just within 20 minutes of them being on display to the public, there were already reports of the birds swearing at a customer.

Although some found it amusing, zoo officials worried because a group of children will visit the park soon.

They have decided to place them in an off-shore enclosure in the hopes they would be influenced by other parrots to behave more appropriately.

Nichols explained that African grey parrots are particularly adept at “learning vocalizations from all sorts of noises.”

They will eventually release the five birds into separate areas so they cannot encourage each other to swear.

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