Albuquerque Zoo Peacock Attacks Child 2013
It’s true an Albuquerque Zoo Peacock attacked a child over the weekend. The child sustained mild injuries leaving a cut above the eye and requiring a couple of stitches. The Peacock accused of the attack will be separated during Spring mating season because of this unfortunate incident.
During breeding season there is a lot of testosterone in the air and Albuquerque Zoo visitors should stay several feet away from the free roaming birds to prevent further encounters / attacks between humans and the Peacocks.
While at the Albuquerque Zoo Debbie and I enjoyed this gorgeous Peacock as he strutted his stuff with hopes of alluring a Peahen’s attention. We witnessed several beautiful and magnificent performances by the boys. Did you know that Peacocks actually make a rustling sound with their open plumed feathers and shake their booty to draw the Peahens attention? Peacocks are interesting as well as beautiful but keep your distance and don’t become a victim.
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Please enjoy our cool YouTube showcasing the Peacocks at the Albuquerque Zoo made especially for you.