Zoo Forced To Separate Parrots Because They Love Swearing At Visitors

Parrots are rather interesting birds. Perhaps you’ve seen them on videos; at times, they can get outrageous with what they say.

It’s one thing to see it on the video, but it’s quite another when you see it in person. Nobody knows this better than the zookeepers at a London zoo.

Photo: Facebook/Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

It seems as if a group of five parrots was in the habit of swearing at the zoo visitors. As shared on Facebook, when one would start, they would all jump in, and it just continued to get worse and worse.

Eventually, things got so bad that the zoo had to remove the parrots because they set a bad example for the children, according to CBS News. This may seem strange to some people, but you need to get the right perspective.

When parrots talk, they can be adorable, but when they are swearing, it gets out of hand. These parrots were suddenly turning a fun experience at the zoo into something outrageous, and they just continued to get worse and worse.

Photo: Facebook/Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Not only were the parrots cursing at each other, but they were also slurring the people walking by as well. Eventually, it went from being funny to being ridiculous, so they had to remove the parrots from being out in public.

Eventually, the birds were not only separated from each other but they were taken from public display. The management didn’t have any other option, so they were placed in different parts of the park.

Photo: Facebook/Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Billy, Eric, Jade, Elsie, and Tyson are the parrots who had the potty mouths. They were part of a colony of gray parrots, and they came to the Lincolnshire Wildlife Center in 2020.

After they began cursing at the people, it was a fun time for most. People needed to have a laugh, especially considering the year they were having in 2020.

Eventually, they decided it was best to take the birds and put them in a different location. Hopefully, they’ll get their act cleaned up.

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