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Watch viral: Bird whistling several times before letting out puff of smoke

Watch viral: Bird whistling several times before letting out puff of smoke

Watch viral: Bird whistling several times before letting out puff of smoke

Watch viral: Bird whistling several times before letting out puff of smoke

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  • It showed a beautiful white bird whistling several times before letting out a puff of smoke.
  • The video has been seen more than 280,000 times and liked more than 10,000 people.
  • People on the Internet were amazed by how the bird looked and how it could smoke.
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On social media, a video of a rare “smoking bird” that is both beautiful and rare is going viral. Twitter user, posted the video to Twitter. It showed a beautiful white bird with a green-blue head and neck whistling several times before letting out a puff of smoke.
“Popularly called the smoking bird – such a beauty! Wonder what it’s actually called!” user wrote the post’s caption, which has now been seen more than 280,000 times and liked more than 10,000 times.

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People on the internet said that the bird was a Bare-throated bellbird, which lives mostly in Brazil.

People on the Internet were just amazed by how the bird looked and how it could smoke. “By the way, it’s the Bare-Throated Bellbird. The shrill end of its calls sounds like a bell, which is how it got its name,” one user wrote. “Wow! Amazing and hard to believe, “another person.

A third said, “The bird doesn’t really smoke, but when it’s cold, hot air comes out of its mouth.” A fourth person said, “Oh my God, this is so unbelievable, I can’t even imagine it. It’s beyond words!”

In other bird news, a video of a Bowerbird making sounds like children playing went viral on the internet last month. Buitengebieden posted the video on Twitter. The 56-second video showed how a Bowerbird can imitate sounds or sounds of other species that it has heard.

More than 1.7 million people watched the video, and more than 4,000 people liked it. People on social media were amazed by how well the bird could imitate sounds.

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