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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-10-2010, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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Crying Parrot

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This parrot cries just like a human child.




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Oh that is so weird!!!





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I know.I think it would be unnerving too!




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lol, my aunts bird did that for a long time after my cousin was born, we all thought it was hilarious, but she sure didnt! she said she would wake up at 4am thinking the baby was crying, and it was jus the bird wanting breakfast! They sure are smart lil things, caught on quick, nothing brings a parent running faster than the sound of a baby crying! Some birds are too smart for there own good..
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Oh my gosh!! That's nuts!!


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i don't think it would be that unnerving, parrots mimic sounds really quickly, just like the telephone, accents, and songs they can cry as well. It isn't sad. It would drive ya nuts having something crying all the time though baby crying gets on mama's nerves quick because you can't stop a happy parrot that is bawling.

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I know parrots mimic everything and it is not sad,that is not what I meant.I meant in the middle of the night if it started crying like that it would be unnerving!




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