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Someone spotted a bird with a ‘durian-face’ in a Singapore golf course

today11 November 2020


When you think you’ve seen it all, think again.

Not too long ago, a rare albino turtle was rescued in India. What caught everyone’s attention was the fact that it was yellow, almost resembling melted cheese.

But it seems there isn’t a shortage of wonderfully-bizarre yellow creatures out there.

Over in Singapore, Facebook user Eddie Chung came across this beautiful bird at a golf course in Changi.

IMAGE: Eddie Chung / Facebook

On November 10, Chung posted a series of photos of the bird…

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