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    You get SO many adult pigeons in london....where are all the little ones!?! They seem to just pop up that big! There probably is a really simple aswer to this and i'll feel pretty silly. But someone, please tell me!!
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    Ever heard of the following word:
    Nest.
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    In their natural habitat, my beard.
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    Pigeons.
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    (Original post by tface)
    Ever heard of the following word:
    Nest.
    yea obviously, but they don't all stay in there until they are fully grown!
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    Karl Pilkington, is that you?
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    haha you sound like a pigeon pedo!
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    They are rats, then one day they grow wings and become sky rats instead!
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    This is a baby pigeon I think.




    They then evolve into this.

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    (Original post by Vintage05)
    yea obviously, but they don't all stay in there until they are fully grown!
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    But i just googled baby pigeons...and they are not cute!
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    why do they fly on each others backs?
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    (Original post by Vintage05)
    yea obviously, but they don't all stay in there until they are fully grown!
    They stay in the nest until they have their adult feathers. Thus they just look like regular pigeons by the time you see them.
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    (Original post by When will I know?)
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    But i just googled baby pigeons...and they are not cute!
    I just googled 'baby pigeon' and came across this:



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    (Original post by ellakrystina)
    I just googled 'baby pigeon' and came across this:



    Lol..now thats cute :yep:

    I want a unicorn pigeon
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    I've seen baby pigeons, I like animals but these guys are not the cutest thing on earth, and they make a **** load of noise.
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    actually i have seen baby pigeons.. the mother follows them around its quite a cute sight!

    once i found a baby pigeon in my garden, but my parents told me to leave it because its parents would be close, but its stayed there for 2 days so we decided to look after it we let it go when it could fly
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    You never see them because they don't leave the nest until there near enough fully grown, they just look like little baby chickens.
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    OMG iv always thought about this !!
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    I've seen loads. But that was because I used to work with them at my college. Your not missing much they aint the cutest of chicks!...

    I think they nest in the trees or on top of buildings only start to see them obviously when they are fledging the nest!
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    Lol, what a strange thought to have. The world is full of strangeness.
 
 
 
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