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Active cables haven't been affected, so there has been no loss of service (as of yet) due to cockatoo attacks; the ends of cables carrying active traffic are protected by a plastic cages.
Caesar, an umbrella cockatoo, is especially social.
Spider monkeys, cockatoos, African cranes, peacocks, and, yes, bunnies.
Featuring animal prints such as tigers and cockatoos, the 100% silk garments were inspired by exotic destinations, and look just as chic with a bikini as when worn as a matched, printed suit.
Large wanted to prove that apes could sense oscillations in music the same as humans, and the same as Snowball the dancing cockatoo, whose head-banging and high-kicking moves gained Youtube fame in the mid-2000s.
The High Freq boasts a dramatic Honduran mahogany body and feathers from Crocker’s cockatoo on the headstock and tailpiece.
In this Miami Herald file photo from 1946, Winston Churchill, sits with Butch the cockatoo, Marco the military macaw, and friends at Parrot Jungle in Pinecrest.
News station CBS2 says the 12-week-old Goffin’s cockatoo was taken Saturday from For Birds Only, a store in Mineola (min-ee-OH’-lah).
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