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Parakeet

A parakeet is any one of a large number of small to medium-sized species of parrot, in multiple genera, that generally have long tail feathers. Older spellings still sometimes encountered are paroquet or paraquet.

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Let the bodies hit the floor.

Contributed by Kandi Smith

Break it down Rosie... break it d o w n! Lol crazy bird dances to Gungnam Style!!

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awe :)

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hahaha

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Beautiful

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My sister has a parakeet she took off the hands of a man who could no longer take care of it. The man said he was sitting outside his house is Baltimore one day when the parakeet landed on his shoulder. The parakeet is now in our ouse and often imitates car alarms, police sirens, and jack hammers. It's definitely spent it's time in the city. At least I no longer have to drive 45 minutes to get a taste of the city life.

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HAHAH wtf

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This forum is useful as well.

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This is a useful forum.

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this bird is cute

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