STICKING THEIR NECKS OUT

From THIS IS SOMERSET:

Bishop’s Palace, Wells, has long been home to a pair of swans who stretch their necks to ring a bell by the gatehouse when they want to be fed. When one disappeared last year there was sadness throughout the city. But a new pair was brought in from Wales last week, and they have already learned to call for dinner.

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  1. Of course, if it was those brilliant Caledonian Crows, they would have reconfigured the bell into New Wells Extra-Large Collider (which finds the sub-Higgs-Boson . . . AND brings them food!)