. Sweary parrots become unlikely stars at a British zoo ($#@%!) « JO LEE MAGAZINE

WVIA.ORG – Now the family friendly animal park is trying a new plan it hopes will tame the parrots’ salty language. It’s integrating them into a larger flock, where they will “hopefully learn all the nicer sounds and words,” Steve Nichols, the park’s CEO, told NPR. But for now, the profane parrots know no bounds. Consider how Nichols describes the video link he set up this week. He was preparing to speak with a BBC program, after interest in the park’s African grey parrots spiked a few days ago. “The parrot behind me was making quite obscene noises” during the TV segment, Nichols said in a video update on Facebook.

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