Talking Parrot.

At the Knoxville Zoo, meet Einstein, an African grey parrot. He celebrated his 30th birthday last week by showcasing some of his incredible impressions.

It’s amusing how the bird announces his name in a high-pitched voice before saying “I’m a star” in his lowest voice.

My grandparents used to have a parrot like this, and when no one was around, I’d occasionally catch him singing my grandmother’s favorite songs.

I’m still perplexed as to how a parrot with no mouth can whistle… It’s OK to talk, but… Whistle?? Logic is defeated by this Parrot.

I’d rather deal with a talking parrot than a wailing baby, but now that there are no more parrots to play with, I despise everyone. the treat is given after every task because it is a way of training an animal by making it understand that he’ll get a treat after every task, that’s why it does that, Thank you for like and share.

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