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Adorable Naked Bird Becomes Internet Sensation

She looks like she's ready to be roasted, but cute little lovebird Rhea has stolen the hearts of her legion of social media followers. The bald bird, who suffers with a viral disease called Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease, was rescued in July by Back Bay Veterinary Clinic in Boston, Massachusetts. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
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