Florida distributes anti-vulture kits to protect visitors' cars12/31/2012
Bizarre behavior isn't reserved for humans in Florida. Vultures, those creepy-looking birds that circle over cadavers, have traded in picking over corpses for plucking off windshield wipers and other assorted rubberized automotive parts in Florida's Everglades. Officials have tried squirting them with water guns and hanging dead ones in the trees to teach them a lesson, but the real-life angry birds continue to cause massive damage, sparking parks to distribute anti-vulture kits to visitors. Want to leave with your sunroof seals and wipers? Grab a free tarp and bungee cords on your way into the park and cover your vehicle while heading off to admire their more elegant-looking cousins. Ahh ... could it be a case of bird-brained jealousy? [Source]
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