Is there any lovebird in this world? The answer is really there.
The lovebird is actually not a special bird. It is a special African parrot named Peony Parrot. Because this kind of bird especially likes to show the reason of love, it is also called a couple parrot. According to the shape, body color and distribution range, the whole peony has a total of nine different peony parrots.
These nine different types of peony parrots are basically the same in size, and they weigh approximately one egg. Although peony parrots have been introduced and bred in many countries around the world, nine species of peony parrots are originated in Africa and have a wide distribution. More than a dozen countries including Madagascar, Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda, and Tanzania have active trails of native peony parrots.
Because the peony parrot itself is more intelligent and a symbol of love, humanity has not stopped its cultivation. To date, humans have developed more than one hundred different peony parrots based on the original nine subspecies of peony parrots. These artificially cultivated peony parrots are more beautiful in color and are more advantageous as pets.
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