Lewandowsky’s (r)Egret

Dull grey plumage married with bizarre mannerisms identify this otherwise undistinguished bird.

Prone to indecipherable squawking, it has been caught in the wild ecstatically replying to the echo of it’s own calls.

Fossil records show that the (r)Egret has gradually evolved a longer and more flexible neck, perhaps in response to furious attempts to recurse up it’s own cloaca.

Recent observations indicate that it is a migratory species, in one case taking flight for thousands of miles and coming to rest in comfort in South-West England, prompting speculation it had fouled it’s previous nest.


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