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A ray of hope for the world's heaviest parrot

This funny-looking bird has just had a record-breaking breeding season. That's good news considering it's one of the most endangered birds in the world.

04/21/2019 6:37 AM
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  • Carsten J.
    08/22/2019 19:48

    This one

  • Sabrina L.
    06/20/2019 05:42

    kakapo!

  • Mike G.
    06/20/2019 03:54

    älska namnet!

  • Virgilio Z.
    06/20/2019 03:17

    beautiful bird...

  • Sami L.
    06/19/2019 23:53

    awesome

  • Muneera F.
    06/19/2019 07:13

    @ this is you and your fascination with birds

  • Larry J.
    06/18/2019 17:19

    They should have open season on all non native animals in New Zealand to battle the danger.

  • Obong A.
    06/18/2019 15:07

    Ah. You don’t know how grateful I am to watch wildlife documentaries without the idiotic climate change shenanigan BS in it. Awesome.

  • Arnel C.
    06/18/2019 12:07

    All chinese people always eat all kind of animals,

  • Colleen C.
    06/17/2019 20:50

    So nice to hear for once that numbers of certain species are actually rising as all we hear all to sadly is numbers decreasing of species all over the world of both birds and animals ,Beautiful birds indeed ❤️

  • Meer H.
    06/17/2019 03:34

    100 years? Thats a long time to complain to God for not giving him wings to fly

  • Lisa W.
    06/16/2019 12:16

    tdt

  • Dindo L.
    06/16/2019 11:45

    It refuses to be extinct😂😂

  • Michael G.
    06/15/2019 12:36

    Mates once every 5 years - sounds like a lot of married couples I know

  • Timon C.
    06/15/2019 08:16

    der Kakapo :D

  • Lam H.
    06/12/2019 12:43

    the bird I told u last time u rmb?

  • Véronique H.
    06/12/2019 11:37

    I am not sure you should talk about them.

  • Verity P.
    06/11/2019 07:22

    ❤️❤️❤️

  • Matthew M.
    06/10/2019 23:26

    how incredible would it be if all the non flying birds meet and sang together.

  • Bob J.
    06/10/2019 22:06

    only local plants? I guess they haven't really developed their import export technology yet.