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Pelicans, woodpeckers, and parrots have very different diets that require a beak adapted to the job.
Look at most of the smartest animals on the planet, like monkeys, elephants, parrots, and hyenas, and you’ll see that they live in complex, rather than simple, social systems.
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So if a parrot is able to tell us the color of different objects, that does not necessarily show that the parrot understands the meanings of those words.
He stooped to knot up his long, wet hair, and the parrot fluttered to his shoulder.
Hephzibah seldom spoke; perhaps, like the parrot in the story, she thought the more.
All the parrot tribe in Brazil is beautiful: but neither parrots nor parroquets talk well.
He has been teasing my parrot in its cage, and has plucked so many of its feathers that it now looks like a beaked rat.
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One large gray parrot had learned her name, and would call out, "Good-morning, Susan!"
In her right hand she carried a cake; and the first thing the parrot said as she went towards him was, "Polly wants a cake."
She laughed still more when the parrot took a piece of cake in his claw, and ate it, bit by bit, as nicely as she could herself.

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