Einstein and Alex – Redefining Parrots

Not that we haven’t heard of talking 

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macaws and parrots, but having the ability is one thing, and breaking the limit is another. Some recent videos of parrots are really amusing and a pleasant experience to watch them talk, make sounds, and even analyze logically.Happy

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