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    #1

    exprestion or idiom?

    Hi friends have you ever heard of "ticky bird" ? Maybe it's an exprestion or sth. like that... Pls let me know,if you know .
    thax in advance

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    #2

    Re: exprestion or idiom?

    A ticky bird, or more properly a tick bird or oxpecker, is a bird that sits on a rhinoceros's back, eating ticks. It's a symbiotic relationship between the bird and the beast, meaning each party benefits.

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