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The parrots are a unique species. There are numerous species, distinguished by color, size, and temperament. The birds easily recognizable by their robust and hooked beak and colorful plumage.
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Distinctive features of all parrots are the curved beak used to open fruits and seeds. The upper jaw melted entirely with the skull, the upright body position, the fingers of the legs, which are four and are divided into pairs, one facing forward and one backward.
The fingers are used to grasp the food and to hold firmly to the branches of the trees. The legs are short and have strong, hook-shaped nails.
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These birds are very long-lived and have very showy and colorful plumage. The beak not only helps the animal to swallow food but also smoothes the fur, eliminates parasites, or builds a nest in the bark of trees.
The beak is also used as a tool of attack and defense, is very strong and resistant. The tongue is red and short and is used by the bird to identify the food.
Another peculiarity of the parrot is the neck that can rotate 360 degrees. The eyes are round with a black pupil and iris that can take on shades of yellow, orange, and brick.
In nature, parrots feed on berries, seeds, leaves, roots, and fruits. From time to time they also eat some insects.
Parrots are a massive family of birds and can be distinguished mainly in three leading families: the Cacatuidae, Loridae, and Psittacidae.
The first family consists of 21 species and several subspecies. They are huge parrots, with a stocky body and short spatula-shaped tail.
A peculiar characteristic of the Noctuidae is the tuft on the head that the bird can raise when it feels threatened or, in turn, wants to intimidate.
These parrots are native to Australia, the Pacific Islands, and Southeast Asia, such as the Philippines, Sulawesi, Moluccas, and Solomons.
Cacatuidae in nature feeds on seeds and fresh fruit. It is a long-lived species, and when both parents reproduce, they hatch eggs in the nests they build in the trunks of trees.
To the Loridae family belong about fifty-five species of parrots, all skilled flyers. A short tail characterizes these parrots in the shape of a dustpan.
These parrots have a tongue structured in such a way as to allow them to collect nectar and pollen from the flowers.
They live mainly in Oceania and in particular in Australia, the Philippines, Fiji, New Guinea, and the Moluccas and Solomon Islands. They have a very aggressive character.