Parrots are the imitators of the pet world. It has brought people a lot of joy and even helped people cure mental diseases. People love these beautiful birds and even regard them as a symbol of wisdom.

The most important thing about keeping a pet is definitely the food. Let's take a look at the dietary taboos of parrots.

1. Vegetables and fruits that contain a lot of water should not be eaten, such as spinach, celery, tomatoes, pears, cherries, peaches, and other foods, which can cause diarrhea if consumed.

2. Don't feed them fruit pits. Some fruit pits contain cyanide, which can lead to death in severe cases.

3. Salt food should not be fed to parrots because parrots cannot metabolize salt. Excess salt can cause extreme thirst, dehydration, kidney failure, and even kidney failure and death.

4. Onion products should not be fed to parrots.

They contain thiosulfate. If the parrot eats too much, it can cause diarrhea and, in severe cases, hemolytic anemia. Eventually, due to a lack of oxygen, the internal organs will die.

5. You can't just feed sunflower seeds.

In general, parrots like to eat sunflower seeds, and most of their bird friends eat them as their only food.

They did not know that this behavior would reduce the parrot's enjoyment and feeding ability.

Interesting knowledge about parrots.

1. Parrots' ventriloquism is truly remarkable among birds.

African grey parrots produce nearly 200 different sounds. A budgie named Parker also recorded the highest number of words ever recorded by a bird imitating a human voice - 1,728 words.

2. Parrots also have a high IQ, equivalent to a five or six-year-old child.

A parrot named Alex can recognize more than 100 different objects, actions, and colors just by speaking. He can also recognize the materials from which certain objects are made.

3. Parrots can see ultraviolet light, but humans can go blind from too much ultraviolet light.

4. Parrots have very sensitive tongues with bones in them and can manipulate objects like human fingers.

5. They're also the only birds that can pick up food and put it in their mouths with their feet, and they're both left-handed.

6. It also has a very strange diet and sometimes likes to eat dirt.

Because it is said to aid digestion and detoxification. Curious alpine parrots whose favorite hobby is breaking car wipers and eating the rubber off them.

7. They are the oldest of birds.

The average life span for small parrots is 7 to 20 years, and for medium and large parrots is 30 to 60 years, with some medium parrots living to around 80 years and one Amazon parrot named James living to 105 years.

They are more appreciated and loved for their beautiful feathers and good language skills.