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Birds leg is to the back. does not pull it in. looks very much in pain. was fin half an hour ago. looks like the bird is hyperventelating and theres a liquid coming from his mouth. its a spotted thick knee bird

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Sounds like it should either see a vet or have animal controll come take a look at it.

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