Pigeons Spotted Riding the BART Train

Posted by Big Rat on Campus on Oct 6, 2016 in Rat News | Subscribe

Pigeons commuting on BART

Sometimes riding the San Francisco Bay Area’s public transit can be like entering a zoo, what with the pet rats, snakes, parrots, and iguanas… so, so many iguanas.

But lately some animals showed up unaccompanied by human escorts—two pigeons, perched on a BART seat as if calmly awaiting their stop. Redditor axearm posted this photo of their commute on Wednesday (but did not respond to a request for the time and location).

It’s unknown how the birds boarded the train; pigeons are common in some BART stations, perched like plump gargoyles on high ledges while pooping on the platform. They wouldn’t be the first to travel by train, as evident in this footage of another pigeon in Toronto:

Article source: http://www.citylab.com/commute/2016/10/pigeons-take-a-ride-on-the-bart-train/503096/

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