The June 5, 1995, the biologist and curator of the Museum of Natural History in Rotterdam, Kees Moeliker, opened the monument to the “Day of the Dead Duck”, by way of a funeral that celebrates homosexual necrophilia in ducks and as symbol awareness of the enormous number of bird deaths worldwide caused by shocks in glass buildings. Currently, duck preserved in the museum in a small wooden box. Moeliker, pointed to the crack above the window, where the duck found his death, which was driven by another duck homosexual preferences. For this discovery Kees received the Ig Nobel Prize in 2003. He also released a text in front of the monument, which describes how the duck ended. Peculiar or not, this scientific discovery is relevant to show the behavior of birds and Kees Moeliker only can explain most of the animal world in the City of Ideas 2013.
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