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Does anyone know what type of bird this is?






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Very cute I must say. How did he even get in it?
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Haha cute! I imagine on a warm day it could be a nice place to sit!

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It is the rare and elusive dogbird.
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It is the rare and elusive dogbird.

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Does anyone know what type of bird this is????????









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Why, it's a rare mutation of the dogbird!
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Why, it's a rare mutation of the dogbird!

And its a darn cute dogbird too!





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it's the Pineuahua Bird found only in this specific tree located in Beverly Hills... lol it's elusive and likes to also hide in peoples bags for extra warmth.

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it's the Pineuahua Bird found only in this specific tree located in Beverly Hills... lol it's elusive and likes to also hide in peoples bags for extra warmth.

I want one of these new fangled pineuahua birds.... I bet it makes some interesting sounds and calls. I wonder how messy they are in their cage?

I would hate to see their morning poop.





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I would but I have too many animals, to be afraid of poop...

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