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Black swan couple refuse to eat after five eggs stolen [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-2-10 16:38:03 |Display all floors
Two black swans have stopped eating for four days after five of their eggs were suspected stolen from a scenic spot in Taian City, East China's Shandong Province, local media reported.

On Feb. 1, a keeper discovered that the birds were in a distressed state, stretching their long necks, making loud sounds and being more aggressive. Further scrutiny showed that five eggs were missing, said Li Yaming, a manager at the scenic spot.

A surveillance video at the site showed that two tourists, one man and one woman, were near the black swans for approximately half an hour, and seemed to motion toward the eggs after taking photographs.

Li said the tourists are suspected of stealing the eggs.

Swans are under second class animal protection in China. And people who stole the eggs face at least 3 years' imprisonment.


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Post time 2017-2-11 11:50:22 |Display all floors
so sad
The darkest hour is that before the dawn.

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Post time 2017-2-11 12:22:31 |Display all floors
This post was edited by pnp at 2017-2-11 12:25

Shame on the thieves!  They picked the pockets of many at railway stations during spring festival, and now even stole swan eggs.  Since they are captured in bidro, lets hope they get caught soon and return eggs to rightful owners.

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Post time 2017-2-12 01:06:30 |Display all floors
just find them , send them into prison

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Post time 2017-2-12 01:30:58 |Display all floors
Terrible there are some scumbags about

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