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Baby bird had two heads, three beaks

 
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"A woman in the US made an unusual discovery in her yard - a deformed baby cardinal with two heads and three beaks.

April Britt says she found the bird near the base of a tree Monday and returned it to its nest."

[link to www.stuff.co.nz]

I expect we are going to see more and more of this in the near future.
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Original link with pictures:
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06/02/2012 10:29 PM
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Not all that unusual at all.

The mother threw it out of the nest because it was deformed.

All you guys have never been to the old time fairs with the freak shows have you?

People are getting SO ignorant of the real world

It is called a birth defect and was from a problem with a double yoke egg which are very common
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Not all that unusual at all.

The mother threw it out of the nest because it was deformed.

All you guys have never been to the old time fairs with the freak shows have you?

People are getting SO ignorant of the real world

It is called a birth defect and was from a problem with a double yoke egg which are very common
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Yes she did. And you are ignorant to presume. Or do you prefer to keep your head in the sand like so many from your country?
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Deformities and infirmities are seen from periodically and they typically do not survive the winter a sad fact, and in spite of all attempts to provide food and water many most shun all of your best intentions.

Mother birds tend to raise whatever hatches from eggs in her nest which is why starlings survive as they are a parasitic bird and do not raise their young instead they lay their eggs in other birds nests and while some reject the intruder most do not.

If the woman feeds the birds more than likely, it will continue to stay in the area however, I have never been lucky enough to have a Northern Cardinal eat from my hand however, Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice are far more friendly and trusting.
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
It's called witch brooming and it is a mutation from radionuclides.

I raise chickens and even double yolks do not do this!

Double yolk chicks stay separated, they usually die during hatching because they are too crowded, one chick will accidentally tear the air membrane in the shell and cause them both to drown in the egg fluids.
Siamese twins in nature are exceedingly rare in ALL species.
3 beaks on 2 heads is WITCH BROOMING!

Unfortunately lots of sheep won't believe this until their grandkids and great grandkids are born with 2 heads, 4 faces , 8 noses, 16 arms and legs and 48 fingers and toes.

Witch brooming always in most cases multiplies the smaller appendages more times.
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Deformities and infirmities are seen from periodically and they typically do not survive the winter a sad fact, and in spite of all attempts to provide food and water many most shun all of your best intentions.

Mother birds tend to raise whatever hatches from eggs in her nest which is why starlings survive as they are a parasitic bird and do not raise their young instead they lay their eggs in other birds nests and while some reject the intruder most do not.

If the woman feeds the birds more than likely, it will continue to stay in the area however, I have never been lucky enough to have a Northern Cardinal eat from my hand however, Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice are far more friendly and trusting.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


That was interesting. I did not know starlings did that. Thanks for that info Silverpatriot. hf
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
It's called witch brooming and it is a mutation from radionuclides.

I raise chickens and even double yolks do not do this!

Double yolk chicks stay separated, they usually die during hatching because they are too crowded, one chick will accidentally tear the air membrane in the shell and cause them both to drown in the egg fluids.
Siamese twins in nature are exceedingly rare in ALL species.
3 beaks on 2 heads is WITCH BROOMING!

Unfortunately lots of sheep won't believe this until their grandkids and great grandkids are born with 2 heads, 4 faces , 8 noses, 16 arms and legs and 48 fingers and toes.

Witch brooming always in most cases multiplies the smaller appendages more times.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9231012


Always in most cases

You have less than a fucking clue what you are talking about.

Take one of your fertile double yoke eggs and shake it a good amount before the embryos start and put it back in the nest or incubator and tell me what hatches you dipshit.
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[link to www.ebaumsworld.com]

It is called parasitic twinning
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Deformities and infirmities are seen from periodically and they typically do not survive the winter a sad fact, and in spite of all attempts to provide food and water many most shun all of your best intentions.

Mother birds tend to raise whatever hatches from eggs in her nest which is why starlings survive as they are a parasitic bird and do not raise their young instead they lay their eggs in other birds nests and while some reject the intruder most do not.

If the woman feeds the birds more than likely, it will continue to stay in the area however, I have never been lucky enough to have a Northern Cardinal eat from my hand however, Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice are far more friendly and trusting.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


I have seen starlings at work nesting in the same spot every year and they are the hardest working birds for their young that I ve seen. They raise their own and both parents care for the eggs and non stop feeding once hatched
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Your petty arguments are just that - petty. this is an unusual event and deserves notice. only time will tell if there becomes a growing trend of this, and that will only be detected sooner the more people document.

thanks for the post OP.
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Your petty arguments are just that - petty. this is an unusual event and deserves notice. only time will tell if there becomes a growing trend of this, and that will only be detected sooner the more people document.

thanks for the post OP.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6289134


You people really need to get out more

Seriously

You are so far removed from reality it is sickening
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Your petty arguments are just that - petty. this is an unusual event and deserves notice. only time will tell if there becomes a growing trend of this, and that will only be detected sooner the more people document.

thanks for the post OP.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6289134


You people really need to get out more

Seriously

You are so far removed from reality it is sickening
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17077072


And yet you feel the need to be here in this forum with us, just to tell us this. Wow!

How ever would we have gone through life without your incredibly valuable insight ac? worship

Thank you so much for educating our intellects with your brilliant insight.

Sarcastic enough for you to get it? Or should I add more?

Don't have anything useful to add to the conversation but Ad Homien attacks, then don't bother posting on the thread. Plenty of others in the forum.
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
bump hf
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Monsanto?
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Deformities and infirmities are seen from periodically and they typically do not survive the winter a sad fact, and in spite of all attempts to provide food and water many most shun all of your best intentions.

Mother birds tend to raise whatever hatches from eggs in her nest which is why starlings survive as they are a parasitic bird and do not raise their young instead they lay their eggs in other birds nests and while some reject the intruder most do not.

If the woman feeds the birds more than likely, it will continue to stay in the area however, I have never been lucky enough to have a Northern Cardinal eat from my hand however, Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice are far more friendly and trusting.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


Hmm, did anyone read the article? Adults and baby birds were gone from the nest. The lady didn't feed it, it left, somewhere.
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Could be. Could be a naturally occurring defect. OR could be from radiation effects.
Certainly it is something we need to keep an eye and an ear out on, for more reports of similar. Imo anyway.
This 'reality' is a holographic simulation. It exists only in your mind, but all your senses tell you otherwise. It is a prison controlled and created by the annunaki, but the walls are falling and people are waking. Thread: Hello Gods and Goddesses (Page 140)
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not new, not necessarily fatal, surely strange.
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Conjoined twins have nothing to do with deformed birds with two heads and three beaks. Except to say that it is a deformity certainly, and one has to feel compassion for the girls.
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Conjoined twins have nothing to do with deformed birds with two heads and three beaks. Except to say that it is a deformity certainly, and one has to feel compassion for the girls.
 Quoting: ~Una~


Yes they do but you stubbornly refuse to actually do any research to find that out.

RADIATION!!!!!! EARTH CHANGES!!!!!!! NIBIRU COMING!!!!!

You're cute

And SO DUMB
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Not all that unusual at all.

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exactly.
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Conjoined twins have nothing to do with deformed birds with two heads and three beaks. Except to say that it is a deformity certainly, and one has to feel compassion for the girls.
 Quoting: ~Una~


Yes they do but you stubbornly refuse to actually do any research to find that out.

RADIATION!!!!!! EARTH CHANGES!!!!!!! NIBIRU COMING!!!!!

You're cute

And SO DUMB
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sbus

ya fucking moron
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Conjoined twins have nothing to do with deformed birds with two heads and three beaks. Except to say that it is a deformity certainly, and one has to feel compassion for the girls.
 Quoting: ~Una~


Yes they do but you stubbornly refuse to actually do any research to find that out.

RADIATION!!!!!! EARTH CHANGES!!!!!!! NIBIRU COMING!!!!!

You're cute

And SO DUMB
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17077072


sbus

ya fucking moron
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So you agree with my moronic presentation of fact laugh
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Conjoined twins have nothing to do with deformed birds with two heads and three beaks. Except to say that it is a deformity certainly, and one has to feel compassion for the girls.
 Quoting: ~Una~


Yes they do but you stubbornly refuse to actually do any research to find that out.

RADIATION!!!!!! EARTH CHANGES!!!!!!! NIBIRU COMING!!!!!

You're cute

And SO DUMB
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17077072


Aw a baby troll... you are sooo cute. Can I keep you and play with you from time to time? kiss
This 'reality' is a holographic simulation. It exists only in your mind, but all your senses tell you otherwise. It is a prison controlled and created by the annunaki, but the walls are falling and people are waking. Thread: Hello Gods and Goddesses (Page 140)
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Re: Baby bird had two heads, three beaks
Deformities and infirmities are seen from periodically and they typically do not survive the winter a sad fact, and in spite of all attempts to provide food and water many most shun all of your best intentions.

Mother birds tend to raise whatever hatches from eggs in her nest which is why starlings survive as they are a parasitic bird and do not raise their young instead they lay their eggs in other birds nests and while some reject the intruder most do not.

If the woman feeds the birds more than likely, it will continue to stay in the area however, I have never been lucky enough to have a Northern Cardinal eat from my hand however, Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice are far more friendly and trusting.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


That was interesting. I did not know starlings did that. Thanks for that info Silverpatriot. hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11859877


My apologies for my error it is the Brown Cowbird that are parasitic while starlings are an invasive species and take over homes built by woodpeckers.
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