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Baby Parrot Called Ugliest Bird in the World

Pretty Girl!
MSNBC

You may have heard the term “a face only a mother could love“, well that is not the case for this baby bird.  Nelson, a baby Kea parrot has spent the first month of life in an incubator since his parents gave him “the bird” so to speak at birth and rejected him. 

Nelson has been described as a cross between a roast chicken and an alien according to MSNBC.  Those descriptions will fade as Nelson is expected to grow into a beautiful green feathered friend.  Since he is a parrot, I wonder if he can learn the words “F*** Off”?  That’s what he can say to all the haters!

Future Nelson
MSNBC

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