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Two magpies are stuck in the small gap between a shipping container and a building in the UK  — this sounds like a job for Wildlife Aid. Simon and Lawrie have their work cut out for them with this one, so it's time to put their skills to the test. After a few clever maneuvers, these birds are flying free again.

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