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Encouraged by Stingray, Australian Parakeets are turning deadly

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8 September 2006


A deadly parakeet about to attack, on the finger of its next victim.

PERTH, New Zealand -- Encouraged by the bold actions of the stingray that killed Steve Irwin, other Australian wildlife is turning deadly. This morning in cities from Perth to Sydney, 112 have been found dead, killed by Austrailian budgerigars--commonly known as parakeets in the civilized world.

"Our boomarangs are useless against these critters", said Bruce, a member of the Australian army. "These mates can simply fly away from us."

People are warned not to understimate the cute, fluffy blue and green creatures. They are cold, methodical killers. And after the news got out about Steve Irwin, the parakeets mobilized and prepared a strategy to take back Australia for themselves.

"They start by landing on your head and pooping in your eyes to blind you", said Sheila Mathilda, a spokesperson for the Australian Broadcasting Association. "Then they poke your eyes out, and bite through your carotid artery."

Once you're dead, they rummage through your house looking for seeds to eat.

The UnNews news team caught up with a blood-covered budgie who just finished off a fresh victim. When asked, "why did you do it", the parakeet replied "Awwwk! Pretty Bird! Polly wants a cracker--and to kill lots of people."

Australians are cautioned to stay at home and not interact with any native flora, fauna, or aboriginal citizens.

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