Two-by-two: Flamingos evacuate zoo in perfect formation as parrots find shelter from Irma on 22nd floor of Florida hotel

Two-by-two: Flamingos evacuate zoo in perfect formation as parrots find shelter from Irma on 22nd floor of Florida hotelThe exotic birds in a Miami zoo appeared to know a storm was coming. A video shows flamingos strutting in line to their hurricane shelter before Irma struck: Flamingos moved to safety as Hurricane Irma approaches 00:22 The flock walked two-by-two to safety indoors to wait out the storm which has hit Florida. In their secure room Credit:  REUTERS Another woman, Laura Aguiar, shared a picture on Facebook of a strange sight she saw outside her hotel window. Seemingly knowing a storm was coming, two parrots took roost on the 22nd floor of her hotel. The parrots were peeking in her window Credit: Laura Aguiar  Animals have been sheltering in strange places all over Florida. One woman shared a picture her friend took of some flamingos he was sheltering in his laundry room in Key West: A friend in #KeyWest is sheltering some flamingoes in his laundry room! pic.twitter.com/CJW9pul5j2— Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan (@cheryltan88) September 10, 2017 According to the poster on Twitter, the flamingos pictured were from a nearby butterfly conservatory. The pair of birds huddled in the corner as they waited out the storm. Hurricane Irma | Key articles  



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