Using a Strip of Paper To Give Birds Funny Eyes Is Ingenious – Design You Trust

Using a Strip of Paper To Give Birds Funny Eyes Is Ingenious

Meet Kahori Fuji, a beautiful cockatiel from Japan that has gathered a decent following on Instagram thanks to funny shenanigans like these featured below.

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