Shagged by a rare parrot | Last Chance To See – BBC

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In New Zealand the travellers make their way through one of the most dramatic landscapes in the world. They are on a journey to find the last remaining kakapo, a fat, flightless parrot which, when threatened with attack, adopts a strategy of standing very still indeed.

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  1. This is Sirocco! He imprinted on humans (oops) and has never mated with a female kakapo. He is the specie's ambassador. (please correct me if this is wrong!)

  2. I agree with you 100%! You have, most certainly, been “had” by very “friendly” green parrot…….again!! I’ve no doubt HE enjoyed it, how was it for you this second time?

  3. Was then Darwin wrong in saying in survival of fittest?? Man, this bird had gumption of humping man’s head, what more proof do we need to proof fitness😂😂😂😂

  4. The whole time, while smacking both cheeks vigorously, the parrot was yelling:
    Who's your birdy!? 🐥

    The man:
    No Bird, noo! I'm not bilingual 😭

    🤣🤣

  5. Still one of the best Things out there. 💚🤣💚He was really going for it!
    And the Sound!
    Looking forward for further sucessfull Matingseasons for this wonderfull Birds.

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