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article imageBrazilian blue parrot makes a comeback

By RobotGod     Jul 18, 2007 in World
The Lear's Macaw has come back from the brink of extinction. They recently counted more then 750 of them in a survey. That is more then ten times what the numbers were in the 1980's.
Great story. The macaw has bright blue feathers and yellow areas around it's beak and eyes. It eats licuri palm nuts and nests in sandstone cliffs.
It is amazing that these beautiful creatures have come back after almost vanishing.
I believe that these birds, much like Dolphins are far smarter then we know. If we could talk to them we would learn a great deal.
Let's just hope that Al Gore doesn't feel the need to eat it now.
That is one beautiful bird. Stay away Gore!
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