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VIDEO: Watch These Zebra Finches "Help" With Homework

And by "help," we mean "not help."

Jessica Pineda

In college, my lovebird loved to chew up my books and my classmates' papers whenever I wasn't looking (so sneaky). So I feel for this person trying to do their homework ... while also being amazed that even these tamed zebra finches can't help getting into the homework business. (Also, pen tips are usually made from brass, steel or tungsten carbide, which aren't toxic to birds. To be safe though, you shouldn't let your bird chew on pens however.)

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Posted: January 13, 2015, 12:30 p.m. PDT

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