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Sunday 22 October 2017

Corbeaux flock near Mexican Embassy


Around nine am this morning, a flock of vultures, locally known as corbeaux, were seen hovering over and sitting on the roof of geo-intelligence organisation, FUGRO Trinidad, in St. Clair. The flock was in plain view of drivers and pedestrians.

A security guard from a nearby building told Newsday that the flock of corbeaux was attracted to the carcass of a dog that was knocked down Sunday night, near the corner of Hayes Street and Elizabeth Street, St. Clair. When asked about the situation, FUGRO Trinidad told Newsday that they were “unaware” of the birds and they would have their technical supervisor investigate the matter.


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