Longest Living Parrot?

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The longest living parrot is Charlie the Curser which is 108 years old. It belongs to the species of blue and yellow macaw which usually lives up to 60 years. Charlie lives at Heathfield Nurseries, a pet sanctuary in Surrey in the United Kingdom.
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The title of oldest parrot is also much disputed. Some favour Charlie, a blue
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Parrots can live in rain forests, and the Grey parrot lives in West Africa, along the Ivory Coast. They usually stay in the forests, but can live in the mountains. Look here for more
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1. Prepare your parrot for the trip by giving it stress reduction vitamins a week before the trip. Ornabac is highly suggested. You can add this high B-complex vitamin into its feed
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