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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Two peacocks who wandered away from the Philadelphia Zoo have been found as they continue to search for one other missing bird.

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The zoo says the two peacocks were located and safely collected near the equestrian center in Fairmount Park on Friday morning thanks to a tip from a good Samaritan.

“A very helpful passerby saw the peacocks, contacted the zoo and remained at the site until our team’s arrival,” the zoo said in a statement.

Credit: Philadelphia Zoo

The zoo says the birds appear healthy, but a little hungry, and have been examined by the veterinary staff. They are currently being housed behind-the-scenes.

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Credit: Philadelphia Zoo

One peacock still remains missing. One other peacock was found dead, most likely hit by a vehicle.

The peacocks escaped from the zoo on Wednesday night and wandered the Schuylkill Expressway.

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The peacocks are known for roaming freely around the Philadelphia Zoo.