Meet the world’s first dancing pelican: Bird named Percy stuns tourists with incredible moves

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Uplifting footage has been captured of an impressive rescued pelican dubbed the ‘world’s first dancing pelican’ executing flawless pirouettes in return for food. Bob Humphries filmed the large female bird named Percy on October 18 from tourist vessel Kalgan Queen, as it twirled around in front of amazed sightseers in the water at Emu Point in Western Australia. The video showed Percy gliding above the water as it flapped its massive black and white wings.

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Western Australia, covering the entire western third of the country, is made up mostly of the arid Outback. Its population is concentrated in its fertile southwest corner, home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside capital, Perth. In the far north, the Kimberley region is home to ancient Aboriginal rock art, the Bungle Bungle sandstone domes and Broome, with Cable Beach camels and a pearling industry.

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