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why do parrot speaks

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Anonymous

Parrots and related species of birds speak because they are more social than most species of birds in that they accept human companionship more readily than most species of birds and in that alone and as part of their very nature of being very social and the simple fact that their tongues have more dexterity than most bird species ; they are better able to imitate their "companion", but even so... they tend only to "talk" if they have A LOT of human companionship much more than that with other birds.

It is also a misunderstanding to think they are communicating with you. Most birds have no clue what the meaning of the words are. They are merely mocking as learned by having heard the words umpteen times before they even begin to repeat them.

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Do birds like being in a cage?

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Do you like being caged? I personally do not, unless I am caging myself, ie. locking myself in my bedroom or house in order to avoid other living things. What if you were to be caged like some people cage an animal in their own urin and feces, with no love or snuggles feeling like you are a complete and utter failer, how would you feel?

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Can birds recognize their owners?

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Yvette S.

Yes, birds can definitely recognize their owners. Research on many different kinds of birds has shown that they recognize people who treat them well versus people who don't, and they behave very differently with both. They can also recognize different voices....Read More

Which birds make the best pets for beginners?

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Trevor P.

I've had birds for years, and some are definitely easier to take care of than others. If you're new to birds, and want something low-maintenance, I'd recommend parakeets, parrotlets and canaries. If you're looking for a pet for your kid, I'd recommend canaries, because they are bright colors and perfectly happy to sing all day. ...Read More
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