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How do parrots protect themselves?

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How do parrots protect themselves?

Parrots:

Parrots are flying birds that fall under the order Psittaciformes, and they are found generally in tropical locales. Their digits are arranged in a specific pattern called zygodactyl, with two digits arranged at the front of the foot and two at the back.

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Parrots can protect themselves in several ways. First, they will try to fly away to escape from danger, and they will often do this in large flocks of...

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Parrot Adaptations: Lesson for Kids

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