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A trio of schoolboys aged between five and eight-years-old reportedly kicked a flamingo to death after pelting it with stones at a zoo in the Czech Republic.
The youngsters reportedly climbed over the fence of the Jihlava Zoo before launching their attack on the flock of American flamingos.
Zoo spokesman Martin Malac told Czech media that the boys expressed no regret for what they had done to the birds.
After the child suspects refused to speak with investigators, they were arrested
The dead flamingo was a male, who had survived floods at a zoo in Prague in 2002, before he was hastily transferred to the Jihlava Zoo. A father of eight, he was valued at about £1,700.