Drug-Addicted Parrots Create Nuisance for India’s Opium Cultivators - Reports | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Drug-Addicted Parrots Create Nuisance for India’s Opium Cultivators - Reports

Licensed opium farmers in the state of Madhya Pradesh are facing the menace of drug-addicted parakeets right at the time when crops are at the stage of ripening, the ANI news agency reports.

The farmers are still reeling from damages to their standing crops arising from adverse weather conditions. Now they are being forced to contend with addicted parrots stealing their produce.

These parrots hover over fields from day to night, and when an opportunity presents itself, they suck out the opium sap from the crops. Some brazen bird even pluck off poppy pods and fly away with them, causing permanent loss to farmers.

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