Hey guys! Are you ready to GUESS?! Let’s check the answers to the last episode:
Native animals wouldn’t be poisoned. Because the poison was found in native plants, and Australia’s native animals are tolerant to the poison.
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A new traffic reporter is earning fans for its unique ability to get a bird’s eye view of the city’s traffic. You know what? The ability to get a bird’s eye view comes quite naturally to this reporter, because the reporter is actually a bird!
A photogenic seagull has taken up a perch near a traffic camera above London’s Brunswick Road. And its photo was posted to TfL Traffic News with the caption, “Happy Monday…”
Transport for London (TfL) is “a local government organisation responsible for most aspects of London’s transport system”, according to its website.
Then the account posted a photo of the bird once again early Tuesday morning with the caption, “Guess who’s back?!”
Actually, the public started paying attention to the organization’s new traffic reporter on Wednesday, when TfL posted a 11-second long video of the bird. “Due to popular demand, a quick update from our reporter just north of the Blackwall Tunnel…..”
The third tweet garnered more than 30,000 retweets and 82,000 likes. Apparently, the bird finally realized its dream of being an on-camera traffic reporter.
People say that, “the early bird gets the worm, but the persistent seagull apparently gets something even better: Viral Internet fame.”
So how to get a true bird’s eye view of traffic? No one is more suited to the task than an actual bird.
Here comes today’s GUESS!
What would happen or what would the bird do after being a “big star”?
This is an open-ended question.
Feel free to use your imagination to have a guess!
Interesting comments will be picked up in the next episode!