island Greece in NW Cyclades; chief town Kea area 67 square miles (174 square kilometers)
Variants of KEA
Kea or ancient Ce·os\ˈsē-ˌäs\
Large, stocky parrot (Nestor notabilis, subfamily Nestorinae) of New Zealand. It lives in mountain habitats and is known for its curious and playful character. However, the kea occasionally tears into sheep carcasses to get at the fat around the kidneys; sometimes it attacks live sheep.