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 Why Do African Greys Mostly Use Their Left Foot?

Answer African Greys and foot dominance has not received a great deal of true scientific study. However, it does draw the attention of African Grey owners and inquisitive bird watchers. Most information a... Read More »
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Why do sisters mostly get along with their sisters' husbands and will be glad to see their sisters happy with their husbands but same sisters mostly trouble their brothers' wives and jealous of them?

The generalization implied in this question is over broad. While some sisters may be jealous of their brothers' wives others are not and get along with them very well. People get jealous for many r... Read More »
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How to Hand Raise African Greys?

African Grey parrots are intelligent, social birds who bond strongly with one or more people. An African Grey can live up to 70 years and learn thousands of words, phrases and trained actions. Alth... Read More »
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How often do African greys lay eggs?

In the wild, African grey parrots breed once or twice a year, laying two to three eggs with each clutch. As a pet, these parrots are often stimulated by environmental conditions, such as too many h... Read More »
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Natural Habitats of African Greys?

There are two different species of the African grey parrot: the Congo African grey parrot and the Timneh African grey parrot. Each has their own distinct physical and personality traits, according ... Read More »
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