African gray

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Synonyms for African gray

commonly domesticated grey parrot with red-and-black tail and white face

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African Grey Parrots are extremely intelligent birds.
Key words: aquaporin, AQP, cerebrospinal fluid, CSF, hydrocephalus, avian, African grey parrot, Psittacus erithacus
Answer: Feather plucking is a common phenomenon seen in African Grey parrots.
Max, our very special African Grey parrot, flew away last Tuesday and has not been seen since.
The 40-year-old, of Mossley Hill, who is on his journey with his African Grey parrot Finley, filmed the storm - and it was only after viewing the footage he discovered how close he was to being struck.
The African Grey parrot is found in the primary and secondary rainforest of West and Central Africa.
Besides this different kinds of birds like chukar partridge, Himalayan monal, rainbow lorrakeet, mountain lories, blue crested parakeet, paradise parrot, golden parrot, blue and yellow Macao, scarlet macaw, African grey parrot etc would also be included.
Appealing for the return of the birds, police said: "The African Grey parrot has one leg, swears a lot and has a catchphrase of 'what's it to you?
MEET Rhubarb, an African Grey Parrot, who often entertains the shoppers at Colne Valley Garden Centre.
Wright lost her mother at a very young age, and to cope, she found comfort in an African Grey Parrot and today is an expert on the species.
Carina Archbold said the seven-year-old African grey parrot, George, which is grey with a red tail, and the dog, Ruby, a longhaired Chihuahua, were stolen from her house in Clonsilla, near Swords, Co Dublin.
Teuscher cared for many dogs and cats, and during the last 17 years of his life raised an African Grey Parrot named Calvin who flew into Teuscher's yard one August day.
Q DEAR Pet Psychic, my African Grey parrot Charlie refuses to go back in his cage when I let him out.
But it was no snarling rottweiler that confronted the villains -it was Matilda, an African grey parrot which said: 'Hello, who are you?
This exquisitely rendered triptych composed of the repeated giant image of an African grey parrot sitting among white-and-purple cymbidium orchids is a kind of avian homage to Monet's Rouen Cathedral paintings.
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