What are the most expensive talking pet birds – what are the talking pet birds

       Myna, parrot, etc

       Parrot is the parrot (scientific name: Psittaciformes) numerous plumage, love to call birds. It is a typical climber with two toes forward and two toes backward. It is suitable for grasping. It has a strong beak and can eat hard shelled fruit. It has bright feathers and is often kept as a pet. They are more appreciated and loved by people for their beautiful feathers and good at learning human language skills. It is distributed in warm, subtropical and tropical areas. There are many species, including 2 families, 82 genera and 358 species. It is mainly distributed in tropical forests.

       parrot.

       Parrot is the parrot (scientific name: Psittaciformes) numerous plumage, love to call birds. It is a typical climber with two toes forward and two toes backward. It is suitable for grasping. It has a strong beak and can eat hard shelled fruit. It has bright feathers and is often kept as a pet. They are more appreciated and loved by people for their beautiful feathers and good at learning human language skills. There are 358 species, 82 genera and 2 families, which is one of the largest families of ornithidae. It is mainly distributed in tropical forests.

       However, the price of myna is higher than that of myna, followed by myna Linnaeus, followed by myna domestica and black collared starling, and then silky starling, whose ability to learn English is not as good as that of myna, but it is more sticky. In addition, jays, crows, blue magpies, and even crows can learn to speak. It depends on whether you want to raise them… Parrot family, even the most common budgerigar can speak, but must be taught from childhood, adult is not able to learn

       No matter what kind of bird, we should teach it well! I don’t buy a talking bird

       Rhinoceros (also known as “Toucan”), worth $5000 – $10000

       British bulldog, worth $2000 – $5000

       Snow macaque, worth $3500

       Squirrel monkey, $4000

       White bellied macaque, worth $6000

       Savannah cats are worth $4000 – $10000

       Blue and purple Macaw (also known as “Purple Blue Macaw”), worth $6500-12000

       White bearded macaque, worth $7000 – $10000

       Palm Cockatoo (also known as “palm Batan”) is worth $16000

       White lion cub, blue variety, yellow necked Amazon Parrot, worth $20000

       Worth $138000

       Net spot albino tiger python, worth $15000

       Striped ball python, worth $10000

       Lavender albino python [female], worth $20000

       Gala, worth $800 – $30000

       Chimpanzees, worth $60000 – $65000

       Antler beetle (also known as “spade beetle”, “spade beetle”, “spade beetle”) is worth $89000

       White dragon fish, worth $315000

       The most expensive cat is Bengal cat. The first-class kitten can be sold for more than 10000, and there are also quite a few 560000 kittens

       The most expensive dog, Tibetan mastiff, is an endangered animal comparable to the giant panda

       The most expensive Python blue blood (green tree python blue variation) belongs to the variation of green tree python, which is non-toxic: in the rainforests of Indonesia, New Guinea and Australia, the snake is densely covered with blue spots, and the blue spots increase and expand after each skin peeling. The adult snake sells for nearly $400000.

       The most expensive mink Machel black eye is about 8000 to 10000.

       The most expensive mouse this joke is that Mickey Mouse, chinchilla mouse is the most expensive

       Palm Cockatoo – worth $16000

       The Palm Cockatoo is black or smoky grey with a visible red dot on top of its head. The face is like a Macaw, so it is also called “coconut King Kong”. It is 55 to 60 cm (22 inches to 24 inches) tall and weighs between 910 and 1200 grams. The Palm Cockatoo was first discovered in gemelin by German scientists in 1788. The average price of a Palm Cockatoo is $16000.

       8¡£ Hyacinth Macaw – worth $14000

       With an average price of $14000, hyacinth macaws are not only the world’s largest parrot species, but also the world’s largest flying parrot. This parrot is native to eastern and Central South America. However, as family pets, because they are very popular, the places where their human activities are frequent are on the verge of extinction. Hyacinth macaws have a very strong beak that is used to eat food such as seeds and other hard nuts. The beaks of these birds are so strong that they can even have a coconut shell. Besides these, parrots also eat vegetables and fruits. For pet owners, they often feed parrot pine nuts.

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