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Woman Thinks She's Found ‘Proof’ That Birds Are Battery Powered Drones

Anish Vij

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Woman Thinks She's Found ‘Proof’ That Birds Are Battery Powered Drones

A woman has joked that she's found proof that birds a drones rather than real animals. Watch her reveal the evidence below:


The video, posted by @cirruslyyesterday, was captioned - 'the cars of the sky'. It has received 8 million views, 2 million likes and over 20,000 comments only after being up for one day.

In the clip, the TikToker writes: "I finally found proof that birds are battery powered drones."

Whilst looking up at the sky in amazement, it shows one seagull appearing to sit on another seagull that was flying.

Credit: TikTok/@cirruslyyesterday
Credit: TikTok/@cirruslyyesterday

Users were quick to show their amusement of the footage.

One was referring to The Titanic and said: "wow rose and jack looking diff in here."

Others seemed to believe that this actually was 'proof' that birds are battery powered drones.

This could be because the bird seemed to be flying on a seagull that didn't seem to move, almost like it was electrically operated...or controlled by someone else.

One user was convinced and said: "I've been saying birds aren't real for years and nobody believes me."

Another response seemed to add fuel to the fire saying: "The reason they sit on electricity wires is to charge their batteries."

On Twitter there is an account dedicated to the idea that the U.S. Government replace birds with identical drone replicas 'designed to spy on the American Public'.

With 67,000 followers, @birdsarentreal, is actually a group of people that are said to have been founded in 1976.

They host live seminars on what is called 'Birds Aren't Real Truth Tour', with tickets available on their membership scheme.

Membership ranges from £4 or £8 a month, with varying benefits such as 'Extended Birds Aren't Real Documentary Video Content' and 'Voting on movement strategy and operations'.

Although, if you're really into this stuff, you can get a 'Founding Father' membership that costs a whopping £1,359 per month.

Members of this package get a: "Birds Aren't Real Billboard with your face on it and flights/hotels/photoshoot to and from location."

Unfortunately, this deal doesn't apply to any bird-robot fans outside of the US.

Featured Image Credit: Pexels/Photo Bay

Topics: Viral, US News

Anish Vij
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