Sunday, October 30, 2005

What do you think?

On the TV3 evening news in New Zealand on Friday evening of the 28th October, the following story was told accompanied by film coverage.

In November 2004, the remains of an unidentified New Zealand World war 1 soldier was brought back to NZ from a War Cemetery in France. On rememberance day 2004, the remains were reinterred on the site of the Cenotaph in Wellington, creating the tomb of the unknown NZ warrior. After the tomb was completed - a male Quail ( the bird)- arrived at the tomb staying close by until Anzac Day on the 25th April 2005-( A special day of rememberance for Australians and New Zealanders.) A short while later after all the ceremonial rememberances were completed the bird returned to the tomb where it remains to this day? Television film footage showed the bird sitting pressed up against the tomb.

Just strange how can this be explained?

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