#171 – Sealed

Are pigeons attracted by sight or smell? If you put a photograph of a piece of bread on the ground would they fly down thinking it was the real deal? It certainly works on humans and advertisements that look like a folded $20 bill.

Today’s Biff is held up.

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5 thoughts on “#171 – Sealed”

  1. Azkyroth says:

    The amusing thing is, this is actually semi-plausible, albeit more for crows than pigeons – there’s at least one species of crow that’s taken to hopping down while cars are stopped at an intersection and placing nuts in front of the tires so the cars will crack them.

  2. Baughbe says:

    Crows are smart. They have mad problem solving skilz. And you will never see one run for public office, apply for a management position or run a talk show.

  3. zeldadude says:

    on top of that, they can smoke themselves ceal by running the butt of a cigarette through their wings!

  4. Slogra says:

    Certain species of birds such as some ravens pass the “mirror test” while human infants fail said test. Birds are serious business, man.

  5. reynard61 says:

    Somewhere there’s video of a swallow or other small bird that figured out how to open an automated door by flying in front of the motion sensor. Who’s the “birdbrain” now?

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