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African Grey

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 20-01-2018

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They form large groups. Choose a large tree and there they meet. Nests Most parrots nest in tree holes, but some species use termite mounds, cracks in the rock or tunnels built in landfills. The gray parrot parrot or Argentina, also called monk parakeet, builds a large nest made of sticks in the tops of the trees as protected in the palm of Entre Rios. Most species breed in pairs, with some exceptions, such as Argentina aforementioned gray parrot, which nests in communal nests. Females of the parrots are put between two and five eggs and chicks are born very undeveloped, naked and blind.

Features The parrot imitates speech human, thanks to the shape of its fleshy tongue. Unlike other birds, parrot's tongue is round, fleshy and very shaky ground. It is used with great skill to remove the seeds and grains, their main food source, as well as leaves and fruit. In the group of parrots, the tongue is longer and ends with bristles like a brush, through which suck the nectar and pollen from flowers. The parrot is a great imitator, but … do not understand what he says. And have a good memory.

You know what sounds to imitate when hungry or when someone comes. But he does not understand or know the meaning of what it imitates. The ability of many parrots to mimic human speech and other sounds is one of the reasons for their popularity as pets. The best imitator is the African Grey parrot or a bird about 30 cm long, with gray plumage, except the tail, which is red.

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