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These Birds Dance to Rap Better Than You

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January 9, 2014
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Summary:
These albatross might be better dancers than any of us. Buzz60's Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) took some footage provided by the US Fish and Wildlife Service of albatross birds moving around at Midway, part of The Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, and mashed it up with some funky music.


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