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Exotic Bird Turns Out to Be Seagull Covered In Curry

What exotic species is this?


You read that right folks! Thinking it was a lucky find, a poor seagull was found covered in curry powder.

A group of people found a orange bird along the side of the road, thinking they had just come across an exotic species. Someone decided to call Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital, who is known for their work with all kinds of wildlife. 

Upon coming in contact with the special bird, the hospital said on their Facebook page:

This is one of the strangest casualty circumstances we have seen in a while! When they called to say they had picked up an orange bird, we had no idea what to expect – and would never have guessed at this!

He had somehow gotten himself covered in curry or turmeric! It was all over his feathers, preventing him from flying properly. We have no idea how he got into this predicament but thankfully, apart from the vibrant colour and pungent smell, he was healthy.

He is now looking much better and should be able to go for release very soon! As we say, we never know what will come through our doors next!

In the meantime we’ve decided to name him Vinny the Vindaloo.

The poor little guy just found himself in a messy situation. But thanks to the wonderful people who called to get him checked out Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital for giving him a bath and taking great care of him, Vinny is back to his old self and can return to his home out in the wild.

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