Bronx Zoo Peacock

May 11, 2011 by staff 

Bronx Zoo PeacckBronx Zoo Peacck, If you are an animal who hates being trapped in a cage, maybe you should consider a move to the Bronx Zoo, as it does not seem to keep a close eye on your zoo animals there. Another resident of the Bronx Zoo escaped from the facility this week. The fugitive peahen has been on the run from Monday – and to tease more employees Bronx Zoo, the kettle has Twitter clues to his whereabouts on Twitter.

Three workers tried to catch the bird (free) on Tuesday, but failed miserably as the bird flew away and hid in some tall grass. After another failed attempt to capture the bird, the turkey flew again and disappeared. The kettle is now probably wandering the streets of New York. The Bronx Zoo officials say that peaccks are harmless to humans, but caution the public about harassment or the bird – if you do can scare him and prolong his return to the zoo.

Birds of bright feathers are not caged at the Bronx Zoo and are free to explore the premises. Sometimes it is vague, but usually find their way back. “Let’s get over time,” said zoo curator of ornithology Nancy Clum the New York Daily News.

But according to @ BronxZooPeacck, Clum will have to wait long for the return of birds. “That is what it seems, madam!” The bird “Twitter” in response to the declaration of Clum. Yes, like the cobra fellow residents of the Bronx Zoo, the kettle now has a Twitter account to “document” their big city adventure – with funny insults to the Bronx Zoo officials can not seem to get it. According to @ BronxZoosCobra, the animals were away together, but fortunately for New Yorkers, the Egyptian cobra is never done.
Peahen The Bronx Zoo has only been on the run for three days and has already gained a huge following on Twitter (2,471 followers at the time of writing). Although it still has a long way to go to catch up with its predecessor, the smart social networking, the bird may be taking charge of the Bronx Zoo is a slivering for money very soon. “For the record: I did a better job of escaping from the zoo. Iactuallyleft #,” ingenious bird tweet.

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