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Pigeons lose toes because of human hair

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Meh.

Increase in density of hairdressers as causal to loosing toes... Pushing that a bit, if they could find the hair in the areas of the toes that are affected/lost, perhaps.

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It's true then that the Pigeon conservation society backed by Ms J Corbyn is introducing a private members bill to make it compulsory for everyone to have shaved heads in public.

 

 

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I would say it’s more down to infection, toes caught in between objects such as brickwork, cracked tiles, or in anti bird netting etc. The fact they spend the night knee deep in their own **** won’t help either! It won’t help them grow back. 

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Pigeons in areas where there is a higher density of hair salons had less toes because of the hair....hmmmm.  Did the researchers consider that where there are hair salons there is a greater density of sharp scissors?

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I think that's a bit like the study showing the correlation between eating ice cream and shark attacks.  

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