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The starlings singing the flown geese recognize their master

A stolen mountain starling has identified its owner at a local poultry market.

The owner of this flute is Mr. Wang. The flute was stolen by Mr. Hu and sold at a poultry market for 600 yuan on July 1, 2011. However, the flute was not singing to entertain anyone at the time.

The next day, Mr. Wang recognized his bird and offered to buy it back. To prove his ownership, Wang spoke to the bird.

As a result, the bird responded with a goose sound. He can imitate geese, Wang says, because he has two geese at home.

Ten days later, Hu was arrested for stealing birds.

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