That was truly amazing!I couldn't believe the chainsaw...it brought tears to my eyes.Un-freakin'-believable.
My speakers have broken. The bird should do sign language. no fair! getting them back today...I hope
how weird. love your blog--found you through blogaboutnowt.
Gorgeous! But am I the only one who finds it really sad that this bird is mimicking the chainsaws that will eventually (probably) lead to the loss of his natural habitat? Morbid, I know...
That is amazing. There's a caged exotic bird of some sort at a florists we go to in Italy. The way he says ciao is so human that the first time I heard it I couldn't believe it was the bird.
Its my favourite pastime Candy. I keep talking to them all the time. I discuss things with my cat, tell him about my frustrations.
i prefer birds that keep their mouths shut and just lie there!ok if they occasianaly wriggle.top film though. i wish david attenbrough was my grandad!
p.s. the above was intended as a joke only! i hate it when they wriggle.
Aah le god david attenborough. The BBC licence fee is worth it for moments like these alone. Thanx Pippa
Isn't this the most amazing video. I love Attenborough too, I have a couple of his nature books and they are incredible. What a bird this guy is huh? And what strange feathers he has for showing off to the ladies. I too found it both hilarious and sad that the bird made a chainsaw noise...yikes! But he is so clever and we all know what a turn on the sound of a chain saw is!Maybe he is like the "ladies man" on SNL...continental able to speak many languages...? Or Kevin kline in Fish Called Wanda, remember how jamie Lee liked it when he spoke "Italian"...um "spagetti, linguini"
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