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@Kobecraft2
Kobecraft
7 days ago
@NatGeo Third
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@AngieRavelo_20
Angie Ravelo
7 days ago
@NatGeo Please, #HelpUs to show the international community that at this moment in Colombia the state forces are massacring the people in the streets, there is documented evidence of six days of terror #SOSColombiaEnDictadura #NosEstanMasacrando
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@SandArmyhorses
Tanya Vudler Casale
7 days ago
@NatGeo Very interesting.
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@eveh107
Evelyn Ho💙
7 days ago
@NatGeo Parrots are highly adaptable to communicating with peers. Even human beings from different countries and speak different languages could learn to live together. Unless there's behavioral change or lower reproductive rate among the mixed captive and wild flock.
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@imnehu14
Neha Sharma
7 days ago
@NatGeo They may get adapted to new vocalizations too 🐦
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@blla_drmnte
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7 days ago
@NatGeo Well yeah all the birds there only speak Spanish 😆😁
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@Nurjehan8
Nurjehan
7 days ago
@NatGeo Maybe their kin may think they are foreigners.
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@MeenaArjune
Meena Arjune
7 days ago
@NatGeo This is old news for me Nat Geo. We have them in Guyana, South America and my neighbor's parrot was "cat calling" me just like a human. I thought was her staff but I learnt it was her parrot!🤣
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