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Parrot

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

A parrot is a kind of bird.

A picture of a Green Parrot.
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A picture of a Green Parrot.

Birds of the parrot family can be found in most of the warm parts of the world, such as India, southeast Asia and west Africa, with one species, now extinct, in the United States (the Carolina Parakeet). But the biggest number of parrot species come from Oceania, South America, and Central America. They are often kept as pets.

All parrots have a curved beak and four toes on each foot. Two toes face forward and two toes face back. Some parrots live up to 80 years. Many parrots can imitate human speech.

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