A talking parrot

Parrots can learn well and have high literacy skills. You probably already know that parrots are the birds with the best memory in the world.


Parrots can use words based on objects and locations.

And they can solve problems and use objects to solve them.

Some scientists claim that parrots’ brains are the same as those of a 4-year-old.


One of the main reasons parrots are famous is their ability to imitate human voices.

Not only can they learn and imitate the sounds of animals, but they can also imitate the sounds of the environment and the words of people.

African gray parrot parakeet Amazon parrots and macaw parrots are the best vocal mimics.

African gray parrots can not only imitate and understand more than 100 words.

Not all parrots can fly. Kakapo, the world’s largest parrot species, cannot fly.

But it can jump well to move over plants, so it is convenient for searching for food.

Sadly, this parrot, which is more than 2 feet in size and weighs about 9 pounds, has become one of the rarest birds in the world.

Parrots are birds that can eat using their hands, just like people.

Because parrots have 4 toes called zygodactyl feet.

Parrots have 2 front toes and 2 back toes, so they can support themselves with one leg and eat with the other.

Therefore, like people use their hands to pick up things, Putting food directly into the mouth makes eating easier.

The lifespan of parrots varies depending on their species. But some roosters outlive their masters.

In terms of size, small parrots are between 15 and 20 years old. Medium-sized parrots live between 25 and 30 years, and large parrots live up to 100 years.

A cockatoo named Cookie was the oldest living parrot on record and was 83 years old when he died in 2016.