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OstrichCopter: The Latest In Dead Animal Helicopters [VIDEO]

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Sure “Orvillecopter” the Cat-copter was fun, but making a dead cat into a helicopter is kids stuff when some dude is stuffing giant dinosaur like birds and sending them into the neighborhood sky.

Sunday 28th July 2013, in the Netherlands this massive dead ostrich became the first flightless bird to take, well flight I guess. Bart Jansen and technical engineer Arjen Beltman seem to have an ambition like no other. Some people want to paint something very pretty and others would like to invent something to help better our world. Not Bart Jansen and Arjen Beltman, they want to take dead animals and turn them into toys!

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